Re: Rogue Males by Lionel Tiger

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Date: Mon Jan 28 2002 - 09:56:12 GMT

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    >Date: Sat, 26 Jan 2002 09:04:21 +0800
    > Stephen Springette <> Re: Rogue Males by Lionel TigerReply-To:
    >At 10:29 24-01-02 -0500, Scott Chase wrote:
    >>Is there some subtle parallel here between so-called "groupies" lining up
    >>for a chance at N-Sync or The Rolling Stones and the harems of the
    >>infamous over there in Afghanistan?
    No, because the parents of the groupies were not in the concert audience to arrange their daughters' marriages with the band members, whereas the infamous Muslims marry, like the rest of them, according to parental arrangement. In most non-Muslim countries, women are not considered chattel anymore.

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