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Real War on Women: Saudi Arabia Implements ‘Wife-Tracking’ System

AmyDB Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 10:01 PM
I am the oats the corn and grain, A bearded man with a crooked cane, Cut me down, I must die, For the land to be born again. But don’t you cry and don’t you grieve, For soon the Wild Hunt I will lead, On the night of Samhain. The air is cold, the sky is grey, Where am I this Winter’s day, Bones of trees, fallen leaves, The time of the Winter Queen, But through the wind and snow and rain, Know that a part of me remains, Holly stands, evergreen.
AmyDB Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 10:02 PM
I am lover, I am father,

I am Horned God and King,

I’m the life in all of nature,

That is reborn every Spring.

Call of stag and cry of eagle,

I am Child of Barleycorn,

And I am the antlered crown,

And standing stone.
Remember the “war on women” the GOP is supposedly waging? I wonder what progressive women would dub this:

Saudi Arabia has long been the only country in the world that does not allow women to drive. Now, there appears to be a new development in controlling the movements of its female population: the Kingdom has reportedly introduced an electronic tracking system alerting male guardians when a woman has left the country.

Reports emerged of the system last week when Manal al-Sherif, a women’s rights campaigner who has urged women to defy the driving ban, was alerted by...