The same can be heard by 90 percent of all Muslim men, but from a different point of view, namely from the aspect of hypocritical morality. Then Kuchler presents the truism: "The woman is partly to blame for the assault". The same can be heard by 90 percent of all Muslim men, but from a different point of view, namely from the aspect of hypocritical morality. On the one hand prude, on the other hand a horny lad.In the further course of her lecture she becomes even clearer and yet actually means almost in the style of Iranian mullahs, when women put on make-up, plucked their eyebrows and wore tight clothes, they shouldn't be surprised that it comes to groping.Especially mini skirts are a matter of concern for the moralizing sociologist.With these crude hypotheses she got a lot of contradiction, because she questions the right of sexual self-determination in Europe. "It is wrong to try to remove sexuality from public space," said physiotherapist Kristina Marlen.Female sexuality is always being the first to be censored.
What is worrying about the discussion is the fact that at the same time burqa exhibitions, which disguise themselves as fashion events, are intended to make Islamic prudery by social elites literally socially acceptable. Almost as predicted in Houellebecq's book "Submission". That Kuchler presents her crude dress code at the Church Congress is certainly no coincidence. It is particularly striking that critics of Islam have been prohibited from attending at the same time.Consistently thought through to the logical ending, people would have to pull the bag over their heads (burka-like).