All the cocks salute you

All the cocks salute you But dare not approach you

Coz they know you prefer idolation

Adulation mere flattery than fornication
Ego stroking is best you feed

Clit is yours to feel

The power

To open for whoever
Men can only wish pish dream

Can chase but she chooses

At will moist to full stream

Her decision your’s just pure fiction
In his futility 

Passes laws to harness his depravity

Seeks God’s will to justify his insanity

She has control total neutrality biologically 
His inner angst anger 

All that sperm just languor

Mind wishes cannot accomplishes

Hints winks seeks kisses
Seeking solace in brotherhood of misogynists 

Chucks it in the fuck it bucket list

Make do whatever he lays is hands on

Goes on to sow and spawn
Triumphant trumpet vulva nothing wanted

Is she a ferocious mantid

Man is weak has conjecturitis

Alas smitten by a preying mantis

Missing X

Physical pebble in shoe initiates immediate attention

 

Keys misplaced speeds mind and body into acceleration

 

Yet matters of the heart carry dithering uncertainty

 

Emotions fickle and fleeting navigating fragility

 

Reason and logic argue sanity

 

Value only realised when lost to infinity

 

Treasure good priceless precious positivity

 

or wait till it is missing.

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Sexual misery of Arab World

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/14/opinion/sunday/the-sexual-misery-of-the-arab-world.html

ORAN, Algeria — AFTER Tahrir came Cologne. After the square came sex. The Arab revolutions of 2011 aroused enthusiasm at first, but passions have since waned. Those movements have come to look imperfect, even ugly: For one thing, they have failed to touch ideas, culture, religion or social norms, especially the norms relating to sex. Revolution doesn’t mean modernity.

The attacks on Western women by Arab migrants in Cologne, Germany, on New Year’s Eve evoked the harassment of women in Tahrir Square itself during the heady days of the Egyptian revolution. The reminder has led people in the West to realize that one of the great miseries plaguing much of the so-called Arab world, and the Muslim world more generally, is its sick relationship with women. In some places, women are veiled, stoned and killed; at a minimum, they are blamed for sowing disorder in the ideal society. In response, some European countries have taken to producing guides of good conduct to refugees and migrants.

Sex is a complex taboo, arising, in places like Algeria, Tunisia, Syria or Yemen, out of the ambient conservatism’s patriarchal culture, the Islamists’ new, rigorist codes and the discreet puritanism of the region’s various socialisms. That makes a good combination for obstructing desire or guilt-tripping and marginalizing those who feel any. And it’s a far cry from the delicious licentiousness of the writings of the Muslim golden age, like Sheikh Nafzawi’s “The Perfumed Garden of Sensual Delight,” which tackled eroticism and the Kama Sutra without any hang-ups.

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Donald Trump Vows To Abolish Periods If Elected President

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Menstruation will be scrapped under a Trump administration.

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“It’s way too dangerous here, I’m going back to Gaza…”

Caracas Chronicles

FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2014 file photo, Palestinian students attend a welcome ceremony at the Simon Bolivar airport in Maiquetia, Venezuela. The Palestinian students were greeted like celebrities upon arrival in Caracas. President Nicolas Maduro played up their symbolic importance during an address broadcast across the country. But eight months later, about a third of the Palestinians have dropped out, complaining that the program lacks academic rigor, according to interviews conducted with students, teachers and government officials. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos, File) FILE – In this Nov. 6, 2014 file photo, Palestinian students attend a welcome ceremony at the Simon Bolivar airport in Maiquetia, Venezuela. The Palestinian students were greeted like celebrities upon arrival in Caracas. President Nicolas Maduro played up their symbolic importance during an address broadcast across the country. But eight months later, about a third of the Palestinians have dropped out, complaining that the program lacks academic rigor, according to interviews conducted with students, teachers and government officials. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos, File)

The AP has a great report by Hannah Dreier (in Spanish here) on Palestinian medical students who get to Caracas, scope the place out, and make a b-line for Maiquetía to get back home.

Initially, the aspiring doctors were delighted to receive the scholarships named for Arafat, the late chairman of the Palestinian Liberation Organization. Many were escaping refugee camps, or leaving behind Gaza, which was…

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