Tuesday, May 27, 2008

You call that SEXY?

I read an article about some Malaysian group proclaiming that public school uniforms worn by girls are “sexy” and that it “encouraged rape and pre-marital sex.”

According to Munirah Bahari, vice-president of the National Islamic Students Association of Malaysia (gee, Islamic organizations just love the headlines nowadays) she said that “The white blouse’ is too transparent for girls and it becomes a source of attraction”.


Ma’am, do you even know what sexy is?

There is nothing sexy about this picture. As attire, school uniforms in general were never meant to be sexy.

There are exceptions, like this one here:

Now, if that was the standard uniform we have here then I can understand the sexiness behind it. But that’s not what we have in Malaysia right?

Besides, there are attires that would more likely to get a man’s penis growing. The usual suspects include the lingerie and the bikini…but even a dining gown or a dress could make a man “high”.

Oh my God...

Oh my God....


In truth, horny men don’t really care about what you wear in public. If you look good on it, then the beasts would come after you. If not why do we have cases of women getting raped while they are on their office attire, or other uniforms like the nurses? Even women can get raped while they wear the “no-attraction-factor” T-shirt and jeans!

T-shirt and jeans…hey, that is decent clothes. Didn’t Munirah said “Decent clothes which are not revealing can prevent and protect woman from any untoward situations”?

Decently dressed, but do you think this would stop a rapist?

A girl can’t be sexy by attire alone. She must also have the body (ideally the measurements of 32 - 24 – 33) and the beautiful face. In fact, with the right figure and beauty she can even look sexy on any other uniform!

Are all China police women like that? :D

However, if a girl is fat…then ANY ATTIRE wouldn’t look sexy.

Yes, even bikinis don’t make fat people sexy! In fact, it’s the opposite!


Let’s not deny it. If fat girls are sexy, why are they not acknowledged by our society today? We don’t see them in most advertising. Well, we do see some, but it’s mainly on SLIMMING centres right?

Munibah also blamed the schoolgirls themselves for being “capable of using the white blouse to attract men to them”.

Aiyo, please la…if the school girls want to “hiao” there are always better ways...like the Internet web-cam to do a strip-tease with a nicer attire than a bloody Malaysian school uniform and attract the more handsome “ang-mo” on the Internet than the miserable boys or men waiting outside SMK St. Theresa!

Then there’s the case of the men themselves. Men are always portrayed as the “antagonist” when it comes to this issue. If that is true, shouldn’t I be raping someone right now? Shouldn’t the Prime Minister make rape or molestation legal then? Or just make school girls not wear anything then?

While it is true that men are easier to get aroused into sex, that doesn’t mean that men do not have moral values. That’s what moral education and self-control is for. That’s why all rapists, pedophiles and molesters have little or no moral values. If we need a solution here, it’s usually consultation, a serious punishment like death sentence…or the dark solution of encouraging them to prostitution centres to fill their sexual desires.

So in short, if you’re saying that the “revealing” uniform for school girl helps attract perverts and molesters then the following question is directed to the sinners themselves:

Alright you horny bastards, who would you be aroused from the following photo below?:

If you choose any girls from the above photo, I hereby declare that you are simply desperate and you need consultation to control yourself.

If you choose any guys from the above photo, you are simply gay.

If you choose none of the above, you're safe.

P.S. I'm glad our Education Minister Datuk Seri Hissammuddin Tun Hussein is not stupid when it comes to this.

The Star article on May 22, 2008

Read Tzy Shih's reply on the article!

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Home Sweet Home

After more than six weeks since I questioned my own future, I have finally taken the action to answer it.

I am back in Kuching.

Ah, home sweet home.