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World's oldest (29,000BP) portrait found in Central Europe and dated by space technology

Islam (OIC) is the worst threat to Human Rights

Sex apartheid - one reason why islam is incompatible with Human Rights

We're all born unequal, that's why we need Human Rights, not islam!

Klevius is probably now the world's foremost expert on sex segregation (sad, isn't it), and islam (the worst crime ever) is the foremost expression of sex apartheid. By 'islam' Klevius of course means OIC's Human Rights violating Sharia declaration.

Monday, November 29, 2004

Sex segregation is the last of lunatic taboos?

What is the taboo of sex segregation?

A taboo is something iyou are supposed not to talk about. But if you insist you might be intellectually well rewarded precisely because of this.

The deeper the taboos the more invisible are the signs for the untrained eye. But if you know what to look for, it’s there, almost unavoidable in its self-explanatory appearance.

Sex segregation has three main theoretical channels in today’s world: Psychoanalysis, which preaches sexual openness and Islam, which preaches the opposite, and feminism, which consists as a variety of variances of these. All three are basically reactionary movements against secular modernity and inevitably vanishing sex roles in practical life, but whereas psychoanalysis and feminism both emerged simultaneously in the late 19th Century entrance into modernity, Islam is of a special interest because it combines the “classical” sex segregation (i e the practical outcome of social institutions at hand) with the modern sex segregation (i e the artificial construction of an institution aimed for the conservation of sex segregation in a fast changing dynamic modern world). In this view Muslim/Islamic feminism is just an extension of Middle Age fundamentalist sex segregation, although totally out of sync with the practical reality of today.

But that's not a problem for it because its main purpose is not in the best interest of women but rather its political strive for dominance.

Peter Klevius

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