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I haven’t giggled since I was a child. I’ve laughed of course, and chuckled and wheezed and bawled, but I haven’t giggled for longer than I can remember.
Giggling is a curious and revealing reaction to stimuli in that it doesn’t equate to one being amused but rather disturbed. Giggling is a way of covering up fear, embarrassment and lack of understanding.
I’m pretty fascistic about who I let into my personal life and so I haven’t heard a friend or valued associate giggle for some time either. My friends are too mature for that. If they are intimidated by a subject (which is rare), they’ll brace themselves and let curiosity play surrogate for courage. “Tell me more…”
The last time I witnessed giggling from a fully grown adult was during my first year at University. I’ve written about this period elsewhere on this blog. It was one of the most tense and degrading years of my adult existence. I was placed into a student residential block with around 12 other students. I would say about 9 of them were Muslim. Those who weren’t (excluding myself) were uncommunicative Eastern Europeans.
As you would expect from this author, I kept as much of a distance as I could manage from the believers, but I still inevitably ran into them on occasion.
Whenever they tried to ingratiate themselves with me, I found the best and most reliable method of repelling them to be to mention sex. Whenever I mentioned any decidedly heterosexual topic, the Muslims began, in chorus, to giggle like children and then try to change the subject.
I noted that they seemed to hate talking about women; whether the beauty of women, the anatomy of women, or the existence of women etc…..
Mentioning the fairer sex seemed to act as a social pesticide. The word ‘vagina’ (actually a rather beautiful word) in particular they found to be ‘disgusting’ and it reliably sent them indoors.
This was curious to me then, but not to me now. As anyone who has read social studies of Muslims in the West knows, Western Muslims are especially tortured by the issue of sexuality. They are told by their religion that all aspects of sexuality are to be strictly limited to procreation and marriage, and yet they are growing up in a civilization which celebrates sex, sexiness, beauty and even perversion. As a consequence, their personalities are thrown into riot.
Muslim men (despite what their behaviour suggests) are human beings. When they are young, they have urges just like anyone else. They are also often members of racial groups with strikingly beautiful women. But they are powerless to act. They are forced by circumstance to live in a banqueting hall, and forced by their culture to starve themselves.
You may recall some time ago, there was a Muslim plot to blow up the Tiger Tiger nightclub in London. A taped phone conversation was released after the plot was foiled in which the would-be terrorists discussed their reasoning for selecting this venue. Much of what they said corresponded to a complete lack of sexual understanding. They equated scantily dressed women to adulterers, and promiscuous men to homosexuals. Labels were thrown around with zero respect for their meaning. Religion itself was barely touched upon.
In order to face the Muslim threat, we need to understand much more than the religious motivations of those who hate us. It is all too often the case that Muslims attack not because they feel supreme, but because – deep down – they know they are inadequate.
Interesting article but an understanding of Islam and sexuality is required. I would STRONGLY urge you to read the article written by Jamie Glazov for Frontpagemag.com entitled “The Boys of the Taliban” (Jan. 1, 2007) for an analysis of Islam and sexuality that will illuminate in a way that few will ever have the courage to do. In light of the recent publicity of the rape and torture rings where Muslim men have specifically targeted and victimized young (as young as 11) white British girls, this article is as timely now as it was when first written. It is also keen insight into the barbarity of the recent beheading in South London.
I had often wondered why females play such important roles in the “honor” of males in Islamic society. I do not wonder anymore. The shame of childhood sexual abuse including violent rape is so devastating to a man’s sense of self esteem, honor and purpose that it cannot be confronted in the context of a culture in which it is deemed a normal rite of passage and a right of one person to do to another. Therefore, a man’s “honor” must be transferred to the shoulders of a female — even if that female is but a mere child. Given this perspective, it is not difficult to understand the importance of female genital mutilation to a Muslim family, village and society. When such men are then transported to the West with its open discussion of sex, and acceptance of sexuality, their shame and humiliation become unbearable and they must prove their masculinity through brutal dominance of the weak. This becomes their sexual “turn on”. Unfortunately, for young European girls who may be hungry for attention, flattery and recognition, this places them in a terribly vulnerable situation for which they are completely and utterly unprepared.
I hope you will read the Glazov article which can be found at the archives of frontpagemag.com. It is one of the most enlightening on the subject of Islam that I have ever read.
Defend the Modern World said:
Thanks, I’ll try and view the article. I remember Ahmed Rashid, the Pakistani journalist, making a similar point – ie. that Muslim men abuse and degrade women primarily to prove their masculinity. Just another reason to keep our societies free of them.
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