Which One of these pictures Is PORN ?

June 7, 2011

These are pictures of Iranian Olympics Women’s Soccer Teams. One of these pictures is pornographic. That is to say the athletes are displaying themselves sexually in an obscene way that invites male erections. Can you spot it? Which women are decent and which are not? Which depicts honorable athletes and which displays females whorishly enticing innocent men to rape? It’s not a minor issue, your answer means the difference between women competing in the Olympics and being locked in the house so look again. See it? The exposed necks? The whorish naked nude necks? There, in the second picture which shows Olympic approved head coverings.

The Iranian women’s soccer team withdrew from Olympic contention today because Iran refused to allow them to obey FICA rules which forbids uniforms which can constrict an athlete’s neck. 

Team poses for pic as they withdrawal from competition over the neck porn issue:

19 Responses to “Which One of these pictures Is PORN ?”

  1. FAB Libber aka Dave the Squirrel Says:

    Men are sick.
    And they make up the most bizarre rules for females to follow and obey.

  2. Sig Says:

    I knew so many people who believed this stuff too. And I mean Westerners, not Iranians. I worked at a clothing company in the Middle East run by Muslims from Europe doing graphic design and marketing and there was a kerfuffle that went on one day for 15 minutes about a roughly 2 inch space of arm that showed between a model’s wrist bone and where her sleeve started. The company GM went so far as to call it pornographic and he was deeply concerned that all sorts of horrible things would happen if that photo was allowed to run in the catalog. Phone calls were made back and forth consulting with other management as well as Islamic scholars and graphic designers (could we somehow manipulate the photo to remove the two inches of sexy, sexy forearm skin without ruining the detailing on the sleeve).

    Eventually they chose a photo that had poorer lighting and showed less detail of the garment, but her sexually alluring wrist wasn’t showing. And civilization was SAVED that day.

  3. Feuerwerferin Says:

    I’m glad someone is taking this bullshit (bull as male) on. It is just as ridiculous as it is offensive. And even more ridiculous are feminists who want to advocate women’s “rights” to be treated and to perceive themselves as such hideous sex objects that they have to hide their shameful bodies. And the right of men to think that women are responsible for male sexual violence when they don’t make themselves disappear partly or completely. When in a group of women all are covered so much that you can’t even see their faces then you can’t TELL THEM APPART at all. Then all women are the same. And they also enjoy the benefit of being private property that is only exposed to the owner. Disgusting. Besides, the trend to this clothing is not old but new. It is politics spread by Islamists and paid for by Saudi Arabia. In Germany, you can see that such clothing did not exist in the 1970s but is spread now. In Iran it did not exist before Islamist Regression (“Revolution”). “Spread” as in fundamentalist propaganda, btw. To advocate for individual choices in this matter is ridiculous. And since when do feminists care for individualism? Since the third wave which is largely pro “freedom of religion” and for the freedom of invidual clothes. A mere coincidence? It is leftist misogyny.

  4. Feuerwerferin Says:

    Thank you for this blog!!! And I wanted to tell you that I’m very sorry that you were excluded from rad fem hub. I also hold the same view about F2Ts being women. I’m even worse because i wouldn’t kick them out of female only spaces. What I am shocked about is that it seems impossible that you all work together despite this little difference. Internal friendships seem to trump, unfortunately. Your blog is great! And I’m reading a lot in it but I do not always coment because there is not always something I want to add. Thank you for this blog!!!!

  5. SheilaG Says:

    New log in format has me up a tree Gallus.
    Was shocked to hear radical lesbian feminists are being banned as commentators at Hub. Bev Jo being the lastest casualty of hetero reality. It seems that the folks who invented radical feminism …. lesbians like Bev Jo, ought to be given front and center stage. Just how do het women expect to win this revolution? Who do they think does the lions share of this work?

    • GallusMag Says:

      Thanks Sheila. Many a tear has been shed. I’d half a mind to shutter this place and give up entirely after such a depressing fiasco. But Bev Jo talked about how so many Lesbian Feminists have been silenced and discouraged over the years and given up. I might take a bit of a break until I recover from the shock of it all but I won’t give up. I know many of my readers appreciate a blog from a Lesbian perspective. Heterocentric feminists can be a bit alienating to Lesbians, offering watered-down versions of the PIV critiques that were invented 60 years ago by Radical Lesbian Separatists remarketed for a hetero audience for example. No wonder Lesbian feminists get discouraged after being silenced and their contributions erased even as their ideas are cannibalized.

      • Purplerage Says:

        Your blog is a treasure Gallus! Despite the disturbing Pomo-lala-land of MtFs you address, you’re one of the few Lesbians to address it with a biting radical wit that cracks me up and a Lesbian-loving passion that makes it bearable for me to read about the tragedy of yet more young Lesbians going trans. Your support of Bev’s article was wonderful, and yes, heterocentric feminists and some of their analyses can be a bit alienating to Lesbians to say the least! The bulk of the books I read are by Radical Lesbian Feminists and Radical Feminist Dyke Seps whose insights over fourty years ago in some cases could have been written yesterday. Somehow hetero-radical Feminists always seem to play down the Lesbianism of Lesbian Feminist political writing as if it doesn’t play any part in informing their analyses and activism (due to their being free of a sexual investment in men). I hope you have a good break, and I’m glad you’re not going to give up.

      • GallusMag Says:

        Thank You Purplerage.❤
        Don’t get me wrong (not that I think you did) I enjoy reading the work of our hetero sisters and think it is very important. But it’s time for dykes to step up and represent as our younger generations seem to think the only way to be powerful lesbian women is to “become men” by medically disabling themselves so they can appear male in the world. All dykes MUST step up now.

    • Thursday's Child Says:

      Radical lesbian feminists being banned as commentators at the Hub? That is really depressing. Doesn’t sound real hopeful for the resurgence of radical feminism we all hope is taking place.
      I’m really sorry that happened, Mag, and I thought your guest post by Bev Jo was kickass. I would also like to know why you were dropped by the Hub for it.
      (Barbara Di Bari Visconti here. My username appears as Thursday’s Child when I am signed into WordPress.)

      • GallusMag Says:

        I don’t know Barbara, all I know is I published Bev’s piece and next thing I know I was notified I had been removed from the collective. No warning, no discussion, no explanation. Poof. Like magic. I could definitely speculate, but why bother.
        Anyway thanks everyone for your support. It really hurt but lets move past it now though. I agree that Bev’s post was kickass. That’s what matters.

      • GallusMag Says:

        Moving on now.

  6. jilla Says:

    I think you’re right about lesbians stepping up to save the children. Sorry, but to me, a 17yr old is a child. I hope you’ll rally, get galvanized and get going.

    On another topic:

    (Because I can’t sustain a thought beyond 23 words… . )

    The Saudi women drive story was on CBC National News last night. Just that, nothing new. Great to see it.

  7. Feuerwerferin Says:

    Again on topic. I just received a note about a sharia LAW in the UK. Well, trans and muslims really get whatever they want. They are both anti-wymmyn. Islamism is an imperialist ideology. You know that Muslims also enslaved Africans (but made sure they couldn’t have children) and that a thing like the Ottoman Empire existed? And liberals support both of them. Muslims are not what Blacks were or are in the USA.

    One Law for All and the National Secular Society invite you to a debate on the use and practice of sharia law in Britain. This is to be held in a committee room in the House of Commons on Tuesday 28 June 2011 from 18.00-20.00 hours. The event will be chaired by Jim Fitzpatrick MP.

    The focus of the debate is the practice of sharia law under the powers of the Arbitration Act 1996 and whether sharia tribunals should be permitted to hear cases of family and criminal law. [!!!!!!!!!!!]

    If you would like to attend please RSVP onelawforall@gmail.com.

    For more information, go to http://www.onelawforall.org.uk.


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