Concubines from Chechnya

Concubinage is an interpersonal relationship in which a person (usually a woman) engages in an ongoing sexual relationship with another person to whom they are not or cannot be married. The inability to marry may be due to differences in social rank (including slave status), or because the non-concubine is already married. | Photo: | Concubine, Slave, Sex, Painting,

Kuwait woman advocates sex slaves

"Female activist calls for legalizing sex slavery"

This Kuwaity woman's call to resurrect, legally, the old-school way of keeping a Concubine has fallen on surprised ears. Since Shariah already permits sex with an owned slave, argues this Kuwait pioneer, how about bringing back the tradition?

"Am I missing something? I didn't see anything mentioned about whether or not these women have a choice in this matter ' or is the suggestion truly they will be 'enslaved concubines'?" (American Girls)

Ali Abdullah Saleh to Saudi Arabia !?
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The social contract I never signed
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Kuwaiti Concubines
Kuwaiti Concubines

Kuwaiti woman calling for Concubines suggests tapping into Chechnya for supplies of Muslim women that could be imported. They live in strife and a war zone already, after all. | Photo: | Kuwait, Slave, Sex, Concubine, Chechnya, Muslim,

"Arabic Graffiti"
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