che festa, ngula con la sabbia poi
quindi? si inculano e poi per espiare il peccato si fanno esplodere, dov'è la contraddizione?
e però guai alle donne se fanno vedere anche solo il naso
Mi rendo disponibile ad essere insultato ai sensi dell'art. 1 del 29/3/2016 legge Salgari
e di notte si sente riecheggiare nelle oasi "allah akborrah"
cristo di un
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beh tuttosommato la cosa non mi sorprende
aggiungo che anche incularsi i regazzini è molto in voga li
È la loro cultura e come tale va rispettata
Non studio, non lavoro, non guardo la TV, non vado al cinema, non faccio sport
Si vous ne parvenez pas à articuler votre souffrance dans une structure bien définie, vous êtes foutu
Si inculano rivolti alla Mecca
Chi siamo noi per criticare i loro usi e costumi
Ci vedo molto razzismo qui
“It’s a lot easier to be gay than straight here,” he had said. “If you go out with a girl, people will start to ask her questions. But if I have a date upstairs and my family is downstairs, they won’t even come up.”
This is surprising enough. But what seems more startling, at least from a Western perspective, is that some of the men having sex with other men don’t consider themselves gay. For many Saudis, the fact that a man has sex with another man has little to do with “gayness.” The act may fulfill a desire or a need, but it doesn’t constitute an identity. Nor does it strip a man of his masculinity, as long as he is in the “top,” or active, role.
Francis, a 34-year-old beauty queen from the Philippines (in 2003 he won a gay beauty pageant held in a private house in Jeddah by a group of Filipinos), reported that he’s had sex with Saudi men whose wives were pregnant or menstruating; when those circumstances changed, most of the men stopped calling. “If they can’t use their wives,” Francis said, “they have this option with gays.”
Gay courting in the kingdom is often overt—in fact, the preferred mode is cruising. “When I was new here, I was worried when six or seven cars would follow me as I walked down the street,” Jamie, a 31-year-old Filipino florist living in Jeddah, told me. “Especially if you’re pretty like me, they won’t stop chasing you.” John Bradley, the author of Saudi Arabia Exposed: Inside a Kingdom in Crisis (2005), says that most male Western expatriates here, gay or not, have been propositioned by Saudi men driving by “at any time of the day or night, quite openly and usually very, very persistently.”