Wednesday, March 05, 2003

Sex boycott urged over war
Women opposed to the war with Iraq have been urged to withhold sexual favours from their partners if the menfolk are pro-war. On Monday thousands of actresses all over the world were taking part in a reading of the ancient Greek play Lysistrata, as part of a protest against the war. In the play, penned by Aristophanes in 415BC, a group of Greek women, fed up with their warmongering husbands, go on a sex strike in a bid to end the endless conflicts. Eventually the menfolk cave in and agree to a truce.
“Basically we are saying No Peace, No Sex.” Read "more… "
" Here " you can find an interesting article in this regard.

It would seem that even in western countries, many people still look at women through traditional point of view!!!.

(posted by Iman)

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