More reform in the middle east

Greg highlights the newly restarted women’s suffrage movement in Kuwait:

The country best known as invaded territory 14 years ago has had a women’s rights movement going back to the first gulf war, but when a women’s suffrage bill was beaten back in 1999, there were no demonstrations. As a new suffrage bill made its way Monday, 500 Kuwaiti activists, mostly women, demonstrated outside the parliament

Of course, the women are gorgeous.

One thought on “More reform in the middle east

  1. Steve, someone needs to get you…well frankly, laid. Yes I was never one for tact when it was just easier to just say what everyone is (probably) thinking. Yet in all good fun, you seem to be obesssing over very attractive, however unattainable (based on a small little pond you may have to cross to see them), women. Now either you are really in need of some random hookup, which is good for the soul from time to time; or you just seem to have the decency and good will to share/show-off all these hot women you just happened to came across on the internet. Anyone else have thoughts on the matter?
    Much luv pal and I hope finals won’t wear you down too much. be well:!:

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