TBILISI, July 29 (RIA Novosti) – Georgian feminists have called for a rally on Tuesday to “end the institution of virginity” because an intact hymen “cannot remain an indicator of a woman’s chastity in the 21st century,” the group said on a Facebook page for the event.
More than 400 people have indicated that they will attend the rally, to be held in Tbilisi in front of the National Forensics Bureau, where reportedly hundreds of women every year undergo a $100 examination to certify their virginity.
The self-proclaimed Independent Feminists Group says on the event page that a virginity test is an “ugly and humiliating practice” that violates a “woman’s fundamental right to free choice.”
The “institution of virginity,” which establishes “control over women’s sexuality,” is an anachronism, the group says.
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- bielecDemoralization in XXI century is a political agenda23:21, 29/07/2013It helps destroy families, it helps desolve national cultures and traditions, it helps defeat religions.
People who know that their agenda is not right or not moral always use this kind of artificial language, like "woman’s fundamental right to free choice." What they really mean is "woman's right to unrestricted sex with unlimited number of partners" or "woman's right to sleep around", or "woman's right to f*ck around."
Not long ago, there was a saying:
"What is the difference between a prostitute and a whore?"
Answer: "Prostitute is a profession, whore is a character."
No wonder most of today's "westernized" women fail in keeping their marriages and maintaining successful families. Marriages fall apart, children suffer. Selfish and demoralized "I" prevails. Is this good?
Of course not, but in today's world demoralization and de-education of nations is on the agenda of the proponents of the New World Order. They support it, they organize it, they even finance it.
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