Farewell Intercourse, Goodbye Sex

Demonstrators and army outside the Egyptian pa...

Demonstrators and army outside the Egyptian parliament on February 8, during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Ladies, imagine what would happen if you were to unexpectedly pass away.  How would your husband deal with it?  Would he step up and be the emotional rock for your family?  Would he fall apart under the pressure of trying to fill your role as wife and mother, for your kids’ sake?  Would he become reclusive?  Or would he jump at the opportunity to get in on some necrophilian nookie?

I’m sorry if you spit your coffee out after reading that last sentence.  But while you clean off your screen, the newly-elected Egyptian parliament is reportedly considering approving several laws which include overturning a woman’s right to employment and education in that country, as well as making it legal for a husband to have sex with his deceased wife for up to six hours after her death.

What kind of sick, ridiculous world are we living in where someone can believe that they have a right to desecrate another human’s deceased body?  God, I wish I could type the questions that are flooding my head as fast as they come.  Why is this even worth wasting the parliament’s time?  I’m sure Egypt has more pressing issues than debating on how long a husband has to legally screw his wife after she kicks the bucket.

What do you think of Egypt’s new proposed laws?  Let me know, leave a comment below!

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