Malaysia bans women from wearing men’s clothes and lesbian sexual relations

 

Malaysian women have been banned from “tom-boyism” and lesbian sexual relations in a fatwa from one of the country’s top religious authorities.

 

According to the chairman of the National Fatwa Council, Abdul Shukor Husin, many young women admire the was men dress and behave, which is a denial of their femininity and a violation of human nature.

“It is unacceptable to see women who love the male lifestyle including dressing in the clothes men wear,” he complained, adding, “(Masculine behaviour) becomes clearer when they start to have sex with someone of the same gender, that is woman and woman.”

“In view of this,” Dr Abdul explained, “the National Fatwa Council which met today have decided and taken the stand that such acts are forbidden and banned.”

Male homosexuality – specifically sodomy – is illegal in Malaysia and punishable with up to twenty years in jail. Accusations of sodomy have twice been levelled against the opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim in what he says are politically motivated attempts to destroy him.

continue reading at         http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/malaysia/3250905/Malaysia-bans-women-from-wearing-mens-clothes-and-lesbian-sexual-relations.html

 

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