Sudanese women can still be whipped for wearing pants

Sudanese womens clothing surabaya indonesia map By Richard Dixon The African continent hosts a multitude of interesting lifestyles. Sudan is the biggest African county and the largest Arab country in the world. By law, Sudanese women must wear a certain type of cloyhing that covers almost sudanese womens clothing entire body. It is meant to cover a woman's beauty to preserve herself for her husband and prevent sexual objectification. Sudanese authorities justify their refusal to repeal the article in the Public Order Law by their desire to preserve Sudanese values. In fact, societies have become overwhelmingly tolerant of styles from various cultures and subcultures. In most Arab societies, women are just as free as men to wear clothes of their choice. So why are women in Sudan struggling for their sartorial freedom? Is it believable that women in Sudan can be fined and whipped for wearing pants?

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Sudan is the biggest African county and the largest Arab country in the world. By law, Sudanese women must wear a certain type of clothing that covers almost the entire body. It is meant to cover a woman's beauty to preserve herself for her husband and prevent sexual objectification. Sudanese women believe their clothing will keep them pure before their god Allah. hippopota.me the Muslim invasion in the 13th century, women in Nubia later known as Sudan and Egypt used to wear draped pieces of material made out of the flax plant it grows up to 47 inches with slender stems.



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Sunday, 24 March 2013 Women's Clothes in Sudan For this series of posts, I would really like to get input from the Sudanese to be as accurate as possible. Please comment if I wrote something that is only partly true or could be misunderstood or is just obviously wrong. Note. This post is part of a series on what Khartoum is like. It is intended for anyone coming to Sudan who wants to learn more and get advice on various topics before travelling here, and anyone else interested.


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