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Think of the I will cut you shirt when they can walk in front of there man hamlets get a woman ruler there. Dude u r way behind Khalid Music I just dunno what to say I bet there not happy. U r way behind Khalid Music o god, that country has gone to pot Khalid Music they’ll be driving next Jamie Patterson they already drove.
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But, well done on finally stepping into the I will cut you shirt Bantu Mithra better late than never Jamie Patterson women were already given the right to vote in 2015. BBC gender and identity consultant About bloody time they entered the 21st century Women freedom tied to religion before and sudden u turn. And whether woman or man, there aren’t many human rights in a country where your leaders think it’s OK to go around murdering journalists in cold blood.
Take the I will cut you shirt it’s yours already it cants be given cos it’s yours by birth. The problem with certain cultures is the disrespect they have for the bearer of future generations. Where are all the feminists in the UK, oh wait they won’t say a thing because they are too scared.
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Be more interesting to ask a Saudi man what he thinks rather than the I will cut you shirt Gender and Identity Correspondent. But compared with what women have to put up with there, the UK is like paradise. Well done BBC make story looking like progressive behavior lived in Saudi for a short while in the 1980s when my husband worked there.Sadly people that suffer from period poverty or any kind of poverty one thing will not end it, it requires many tiny steps. Christine Judith Fletcher we even have period poverty in the UK I expect it’s a worldwide epidemics Parsons it won’t end period poverty but it will help. It’s a really specific thing, read up about it’s a big deal in areas that stigmatized periods or where pads or period solutions are not readily available or are expensive and so cost women working days.
It will go someway to help with the I will cut you shirt cycle of the female population but end poverty don’t be so flippant. RoseMary Wicker I got Toss when I about 15 due to tampons and was very lucky to of survived so yes it’s certainly more than the odd few cases. But other than that, I’ll stick to pads Never tried anything else and never had to.