On the science of ovaries and driving.

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BoogieMonster (September 30, 2013, 17:52:03 PM):
Quote from: CNN
A leading Saudi cleric warned women who drive cars could cause damage to their ovaries and pelvises and that they are at risk of having children born with "clinical problems."

Sheikh Saleh Al-Loheidan's widely derided remarks have gone viral as activists claim a website urging women to defy their country's driving ban has been blocked in Saudi Arabia.

"If a woman drives a car," Al-Loheidan told Saudi news website sabq.org in an interview, "it could have a negative physiological impact ... Medical studies show that it would automatically affect a woman's ovaries and that it pushes the pelvis upward."

Explained Al-Loheidan, "We find that for women who continuously drive cars, their children are born with varying degrees of clinical problems."

In "Fun" because this is clearly only worthy of being openly laughed at.
Rigil Kent (September 30, 2013, 18:24:31 PM):
"Doctor, I have female problems."
"Why? Can't you parallel park?"

cr1t (October 01, 2013, 12:22:27 PM):
The west should respond by sending pictures of moms is there soccer van cars full of kids.
Brian (October 01, 2013, 15:02:59 PM):
I've also experienced upward pelvis pushing of women in cars
BoogieMonster (October 01, 2013, 15:07:33 PM):
The effect does seem to be proportional to the price of the car though.


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