The Place Where Men Are Raped By Women || అక్కడ ఆడవారు మగవారిని సాముహికంగా బలాత్కరిస్తారట || With CC


The Place Where Men Are Raped By Women || అక్కడ ఆడవారు మగవారిని సాముహికంగా బలాత్కరిస్తారట || With CC



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Unbelievable facts of Tuareg tribe women who break all stereotypes about Islam – Weird World…

This Tribe Is Respectful Towards Divorcees & Women Who Have Sex Before Marriage. Here’s Why…

Beyond this contemporary world of ours, where a woman still makes 79% of what a man on the same job makes, deep in Saharan Africa, is a culture so progressive it could even make some liberal western cultures blush.

Meet the Tuareg tribe. They are a community of liberal values, one in which every woman leads a life of glorious freedom with regard to her body, sexuality and ownership.

Even though the tribe has embraced Islam they have firmly held onto some of the customs that would not be acceptable to the wider Muslim world. Most Tuaregs have developed their own distinctive brand of the religion. It is, for instance, the men and not the women who cover their faces.

The Tuareg is a settlement of about 2 million nomadic people who live across the Sahara Desert, in the North African countries of Mali, Niger, Libya, Algeria and parts of Chad.

The Tuareg people recognise and honour a divorce as well and associate no disgrace with it. A woman can choose to end a marriage and often it is, in fact, the woman who takes the first step towards a divorce. A woman’s family sometimes even throws her a party to celebrate the event and let other men know she is available once again.

And in the case of a divorce, the wife continues holding possession of everything she brought to the marriage and that includes the children. What’s more, she takes ownership of both the animals and the tent as well.

The tradition of female reverence is so strong that it is actually considered terribly rude for a man to eat in front of a woman who he cannot have sexual relations with, or any of his elders. This tradition of male modesty is in fact so ingrained in the tribe that it is unlikely that any men have questioned it or complained.

Men, when they mature, keep their faces covered entirely – except their eyes – at all times. Owing to the traditional indigo blue robes of the tribe that stain their skin with blue, the men of the tribe have been given the name ‘The Blue Men of the Sahara’.

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