«Who the hell uses chalkboards anymore?»
A female Afghan activists has reportedly posted her nude photo in a bid to protest against the public punishment of a young woman and man in western Ghor province of Afghanistan. The photograph of the female activist was widely shared in social media websites with subscribers saying the activist who is a journalist took the bold step to denounce the trial and punishment of the young couple. It is believed that the activist is currently residing outside the country and the photograph was deleted immediately after it was posted, apparently to prevent furore among the people. The couple, Ahmad, 21, and Zarmina, 22, were punished in public 20 days after they were arrested over adultery charges.
Huda Kattan. Age: 27. Pretty breasts, always in a great mood, you will never feel a drop of negativity. I will create for you warmth and comfort.
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Afghan nudes appear on walls of art gallery run by women in Kabul
Ed note. Sameela is a native of Afghanistan and gender equality advocate currently residing in the UK. The sun beats down on the snow streaked peaks, the winding river and the neat, square compounds of sandstone. It lights up the valley, the mountains, the villages, and the two women whose bodies swing from nooses in a tree.
Biba. Age: 23. I am a sensitive girl, I love men's touch and deep penetrations. I am a shameless girl who is ready for a long sexual intercourse. And are you ready? If ready, then let's start!
Afghan activist posts her naked photo to protest public lashing of woman
Donald Trump was persuaded to send more troops to Afghanistan by being shown black and white photographs of women wearing miniskirts in Kabul in the s, so the story goes. Lieutenant General HR McMaster , his National Security Advisor, produced the pictures to illustrate what the country was like before the Taliban imposed their brutal and intolerant rule. It is unsurprising that Trump, a man of limited general knowledge, knew little of Afghan history.
KABUL, Afghanistan — At first glance, the tastefully decorated rooms, embellished by dark wood floors and soft mood lighting, seem like an unlikely incubator of radicalism. The occupants of this space in one of Kabul's poshest neighborhoods wield master's degrees, not Kalashnikovs. Their weapons aren't bombs, but canvases painted with searing images of agony and frustration, as well as something else never before seen in public in this deeply conservative country: nude female bodies. This is Shamama Contemporary Arts Gallery, a female-owned commercial enterprise that represents a new front in the fight for women's rights in Afghanistan.