Bold and beautiful Salwa Al-Mutairi demands permission for Kuwaiti Women to buy “Good-Looking Men”, reports arabtimesonline.
KUWAIT CITY: A`female politician of Kuwait and former candidate for National Assembly Salwa Al-Mutairi demands permission for Kuwaiti Women to buy “Good-Looking Men”. She is the one who also demanded in past permission for men to keep concubines to satisfy their urgesas she believes that such permissions will help top safeguard family lives of Kuwaiti families and social system.
Female activist Salwa Al-Mutairi for issuing a law that would allow Kuwaiti women to buy good looking men from Muslim countries. The men, however, should have ‘slave qualities’ and should be ready for marriage.
According to her the proposal would solve the problem of spinsters in Kuwait and would help face the phenomenon of increasing divorce rates in the country. Talking about the qualities of a slave man, Al-Mutairi said “the purchased man should be polite, modest and good looking. He should obey the orders of his wife and treat her well, so that she spends her life with him in a beautiful way, away from clashes, fights and disputes.”
Salwa added that such ‘husbands’ should be recruited through offices in Islamic countries, not just from Russia, and said ‘wanted husbands for women’ advertisements should mention that the candidate should either be a Muslim or should be willing to embrace Islam.
A Kuwaiti woman can select her husband by looking at the photos of the applicants, she said, adding the proposal will also help eugenics in Kuwait. Al-Mutairi said she would do the job if she was given legal authorization and would visit European and Asian countries which have large Muslim populations and hire men who have the qualities needed to satisfy Kuwaiti women.
Salwa also claimed that a former minister who spent 14 years in his position proposed to her and that he loves her very much but she refused to marry him because he is 30 years older than her. She said she is ready to get married to a young good looking European, even if he is poor.