Flipping the roles doesn’t make it any better.Better is when we have equal roles and opportunities irrespective of our gender.Please take these down.You are hurting the work of people trying to dissociate feminism and man bashing.Men and women need to have a dialogue with each other.
Can't change...GOD'S MASTER PLAN...it is...what it is...from the beginning...ask GOD for HIS Grace to deal with it...HE won't change it
that\s they way......Reverse the sexism. I don't think either of them are right. But one was ok in 1950 ans the other is ok in 2018
Cameron White can do it in domestic but different level of bowling next step up and I think Short and Lynn will also struggle to many numpty bowlers in BBL
If Carey will come to the crease as the number seven batsman, he will also become an ex Australian player soon after his debut. We need a man like De Kock. So at least use him as the two down batsman to pluck the best results from him.
Why isn't Nathan Lyon in the one day squad, he is far and away the best spin bowler in Australia in all formats of the game. If they say we need a spinning all rounder then Zampa doesn't qualify for that either and compared to Lyon, Ashton Agar is very much a part timer as well.
Can we trust these generals that few years ago they murdered their own citizens and even monks and imprisoned their So call leaders. The sad sad part of these genocide is when their majority race endorsed their generals through social media..Genocide is genocide! I don’t want to be a Asean citizen when a member state commit genocide....
Religion never teach people do bad things. It is the Islam terrorist rohinya and Islam terrorist that make use of religion as a tool to kill. Islam terrorist rohinya must be kill once and for all
No religion will ever teach people to hate, hatred only comes from evil, people who did all the killing and slaughtering does not belong to any religion beliefs, be it buddhist, muslim or any other religion.
Just covering your hair doesn’t make you modest. To me, the purpose of hijab is to escape unwelcome attention. When a woman wears tight clothes and lots of makeup it negates the purpose of the headscarf. Amena Khan is welcome to her own opinion, but when I viewed her YouTube video, it seemed to me she had a big chip on her shoulder.
Was confused and thought this concept wouldn't make any sense, even though I've already been aware that hijabis do care for their hair like anyone else... then I watched the commercial. Not at all what I pictured it would be. The commercial was well done.
Hijabs are great for makeup ads—they highlight the face and give it exotic appeal. I love this direction in ads.
(It's 2018—fear of other religions and their rituals is now considered bizarre by all educationally refined people.)