One step closer to Utopia!

Last year this time, many Middle Eastern nations were going through what the press dubbed “Arab Spring.”(If you are the mainstream media, you’ve gotta have a tagline. And, preferably one that sounds awesome when said by James Earl Jones.)

Here we are almost a year later and reform is finally coming. Democracy in action is a beautiful thing. Allowing people to have the choice to marry at 14 years of age; ensuring that women don’t have rights around education and employment; and, most important – allowing its citizens to have sex with their dead spouse (fyi, this is a goes for men and women) is just glorious.

I feel truly proud to be a citizen of this world and happy to witness the first step in the evolution of our Utopia.

‘Farewell Intercourse’ Law in Egypt Would Legally Allow Husbands To Have Sex With Dead Wives - via The International Business Times

P.S. Folks this is known as sarcasm.

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