Muslim Rebel Porn – Why It’s Not Perfect

Muslim girls in Chechnya have put up an internet website offering Muslim girls and gay men a free web page to pleasure themselves. The website has https://sexsaoy.com/, which is illegal in Russia, but is legal in Chechnya. This is the same Russian government that is cracking down on all adult websites. The leader of Chechnya has promised to shut down the “porn sites” that are available on the internet, and has promised to do so, by force if necessary.

So the question remains. Are Muslim women allowed to post https://sexsaoy.com/ on the internet? What about Muslim gay men? Is it legal for them to perform sexual acts in public? And is the government really pursuing these issues, or is it more political correctness run amuck?

Most of these questions and concerns have been addressed by Muslim Women For All, a nonprofit Muslim women’s organization based in Canada. In fact the first article I read on their web site was about a Muslim girl who had posted pictures of herself and her boyfriend in a bar with two naked boys. Her argument was that it was not pornography, as the boys were not naked, and therefore there was no nudity involved in her view of the pictures.

Well then why is she calling it pornography? And if she didn’t call it porneoplasty, then what is she calling it? She is using the politically correct word, which is technically incorrect. She is using the word “porn,” even though she probably doesn’t want to use it. Why? Because she and other Muslim gets fucked hard in the name of “freedom of expression,” and because she and her boyfriend are not actually getting sexually aroused while she is posting the pictures on the Internet.

In her next post she is more forthright in stating that she will not be offended by pictures of naked men on the Internet. Does this mean that Muslim women who choose to wear a head scarf (hijab) and long dresses (sharia) cannot be sexually provocative? No, it doesn’t mean that at all, but Muslim women must decide for themselves whether or not they believe that these two scenarios are morally acceptable or even comfortable.

Does this mean Muslim girls should not dress modestly, if they wish to be porn free? Again, no. But does it mean that Muslim women cannot be sexual confident while they are on the Internet? Well, duh, of course not. It is just important for Muslim girls to know their rights and not allow certain media outlets to Islamicate them.

By banning Muslim porno sites, they will only be denying women the right to be porn stars. What they are not going to be able to do is act out on their fantasies. This is the whole problem with Muslim girls that are forced to dress in tight clothes in front of the camera and being told by men that it is permissible to ejaculate during intercourse. This is not fair to Muslim women.

Is it fair to expect Muslim women to be porn stars? No, and it’s not fair to expect them to act like one. Muslim women have the right to enjoy sex as much as men do, but they have to take a stand for themselves and choose to act accordingly. Muslim women who choose to wear a head scarf will be doing the right thing, and it will also show others that they are not afraid to be sexual. Muslim rebel porn, in a way, gives women an option, but it does not make them porn stars, and it does not make you a better person by choosing to follow this path.