Should Men be allowed Sex Slaves? YES, according to this Female politician!

Never in a million years did I dream that I would live to see the day when any woman in the world would advocate men being allowed sex slaves!  But that is not the case.  This is exactly what this woman is suggesting!  NOW, let me say in defense of the Kuwaitis I have known, that those I met were intelligent and reasonable people I liked and even admired.  So, this woman is NOT your usual Kuwaiti.  I am hoping that the men and women in her country will shame her into taking back everything she has said.  And, I would like to volunteer her to be the first sex slave and then report back to us how she liked it.

Men should be allowed sex slaves and female prisoners could do the job – and all this from a WOMAN politician from Kuwait


By Daily Mail Reporter

Last updated at 4:38 PM on 7th June 2011

A Kuwaiti woman who once ran for parliament has called for sex slavery to be legalised – and suggested that non-Muslim prisoners from war-torn countries would make suitable concubines.

Salwa al Mutairi argued buying a sex-slave would protect decent, devout and ‘virile’ Kuwaiti men from adultery because buying an imported sex partner would be tantamount to marriage.

And she even had an idea of where to ‘purchase’ these sex-salves – browsing through female prisoners of war in other countries.

Outrageous ideas: Salwa al-Mutairi's suggestions have provoked anger and disbeliefOutrageous ideas: Salwa al-Mutairi’s suggestions have provoked anger and disbelief

The political activist and TV host even suggested that it would be a better life for women in warring countries as the might die of starvation.

Mutairi claimed: ‘There was no shame in it and it is not haram’ (forbidden) under Islamic Sharia law.’


She gave the example of Haroun al-Rashid, an 8th century Muslim leader who ruled over an area covered by modern-day Iran, Iraq and Syria and was rumoured to have 2,000 concubines.

Mutairi recommended that offices could be opened to run the sex trade in the same way that recruitment agencies provide housemaids.

Example: Mutairi cited Haroun al-Rashid as a man who also had concubinesExample: Mutairi cited Haroun al-Rashid as a man who also had concubines

She suggested shopping for prisoners of war so as to protect Kuwaiti men from being tempted to commit adultery or being seduced by other women’s beauty.

‘For example, in the Chechnyan war, surely there are female Russian captives,’ she said.

‘So go and buy those and sell them here in Kuwait. Better than to have our men engage in forbidden sexual relations.’ 

Her unbelievable argument for her plan was that ‘captives’ might ‘just die of hunger over there’.

She insisted, ‘I don’t see any problem in this, no problem at all’.

In an attempt to consider the woman’s feelings in the arrangement, Mutari conceded that the enslaved women, however, should be at least 15.

Browsing: Mutair says female war prisoners could be bought and kept as sex slavesBrowsing: Mutair says female war prisoners could be bought and kept as sex slaves

Mutairi said free women must be married with a contract but with concubines ‘the man just buys her and that’s it. That’s enough to serve as marriage.’ 

Her remarks, made in a video posted on YouTube last month and carried by newspapers in the Gulf states in recent days, have sparked outrage in cyber-space from fellow Kuwaitis and others in the wider region.

‘Wonder how Salwa al Mutairi would’ve felt if during the occupation (of Kuwait) by Iraqi forces, she was sold as ‘war booty’ as she advocates for Chechen women,’ tweeted Mona Eltahawy.

Another tweeter, Shireen Qudosi, told Mutairi ‘you’re a disgrace to women everywhere’.

For Muna Khan, an editor at the Saudi-owned Al Arabiya television station, the ‘icing on the cake’ of Mutairi’s ‘preposterous views’ was her assertion that her suggestions do not conflict with the tenets of Islam.

Shopping for sex: Mutairi said that during a recent visit to Mecca, pictured, Saudi muftis said it was not forbidden to own a sex slaveShopping for sex: Mutairi said that during a recent visit to Mecca, pictured, Saudi muftis said it was not forbidden to own a sex slave

Mutairi said that during a recent visit to Mecca, she asked Saudi muftis – Muslim religious scholars – what the Islamic ruling was on owning sex slaves. They are said to have told her that it is not haram.

The ruling was confirmed by ‘specialized people of the faith’ in Kuwait, she claimed.

‘They said, that’s right, the only solution for a decent man who has the means, who is overpowered by desire and who does not want to commit fornication, is to acquire jawari.’ Jawari is the plural of the Arabic term jariya, meaning ‘concubine’ or ‘sex slave’.

One Saudi mufti supposedly told Mutairi: ‘The context must be that of a Muslim nation conquering a non-Muslim nation, so these jawari have to be prisoners of war.’ 

Concubines, she argued, would suit Muslim men who fear being ‘seduced or tempted into immoral behaviour by the beauty of their female servants’.

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About jeansasson

I'm a woman with a keen interest in a wide range of topics including women's issues; animal rights issues; humanitarian issues and political movements, such as the events currently sweeping the Middle East. I am an avid reader and collector of books, mainly about travelers of the 18th and 19th centuries. I have enormous curiosity about other people and relish hearing about lives and opinions of people from all over the world. I’m the author of the PRINCESS series, GROWING UP BIN LADEN, MAYADA DAUGHTER OF IRAQ, FOR THE LOVE OF A SON, and more. Over the past few years the princess and I have met and worked together to bring out a 4th, 5th and 6th book. The 4th is titled: PRINCESS, MORE TEARS TO CRY while the 5th is titled: PRINCESS, SECRETS TO SHARE. The 6th, titled PRINCESS, STEPPING OUT OF THE SHADOWS is to be released in October 2018. I am currently working on my memoirs. Details to be released soon. You can visit my website ( or check out my books on Amazon for more info.
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15 Responses to Should Men be allowed Sex Slaves? YES, according to this Female politician!

  1. Susan A. says:

    Jean, I got your email about your blog and thought to check this post out. I am shocked at what this woman is thinking. Does she not realize there is already a problem with international sex slave trafficking and her suggestion would only encourage it further? Not only this, but many prisoners of war are innocent and do not deserve such treatment. She is from a country that was once invaded. How would she have liked it if Iraq had made her a sex slave should the United States had not stepped in to liberate Kuwait? I believe she thinks she is above such a position just because she is Muslim since she suggested only non-Muslims be used for this service.

    Not only this, but what if a woman’s libido is greater than what her husband can satisfy? What is she do to solve the problem? Can a female Muslim have sex slaves too? Of course not. My husband, Salam, hates it if I bring that topic up, but it is a valid question. Why are only men considered? He says that a woman can simply get divorced, but that doesn’t actually solve the problem since she will then be left to find another man and that same unsatisfied need will only grow. Not to mention it is very difficult for a divorced woman in Muslim countries to remarry since it leaves a stigma on them. The whole idea is ridiculous. Men and women both can control themselves if they want to. Sex slaves solve nothing.

    Thanks for posting this. I am glad I read it.

  2. Aniski says:

    This woman is crazy. Sex is forbidden but if it were a slave, then its OK? Stupid woman! People like her are the ones that encourage depravity and continued subjugation of women.

  3. jeansasson says:

    It’s beyond my imagination what this woman is thinking. Your questions are very rational, but I don’t believe she would be rational enough to understand you, an intelligent woman that thinks things out… It is appalling to me that she thinks men so unable to control themselves that they need to have a sex slave. She is insulting men as she is insulting women. I’d like to meet this woman just to try and reason with her, to help her to understand that what she is advocating is a horror for any woman in such a situation. The sex slave trade is bad enough when it is being condemned. Imagine how such talk will encourage those involved.
    Thanks for writing. It’s always a pleasure to hear from you…. Jean

    • Aniski says:

      Jean, I doubt she would want to listen to someone rational. People like her have their minds made up and nothing anyone says will change it. You are right, she is insulting men and women alike. Sadly, if she is a spokesperson for women in her country, they are in a world of trouble.

  4. jeansasson says:

    I’m happy to report that I’ve heard from Kuwaiti friends and to a person (male and female) they all distain this woman and are embarrassed that she is a fellow Kuwaiti! I’m not a bit surprised as I have a number of Kuwaiti friends, and met many other Kuwaitis (including members of the royal family) and I found them to be some of the most educated and intelligent people one could hope to meet. Another friend, who is Iraqi, told me that she had heard this woman talking and that she is a moron. I agree with her on that! Thanks to all for writing in. Jean

  5. jj09 says:

    I was wondering if there is any way there could be a chat room to have a few words exchanged with Sultana herself ?? I’d love to personally talk to the woman who went through so much in her life and yet stood up everytime anyone needed her. That’s brave and rare.

    • jeansasson says:

      She avoids anything to do with web and internet until she visits her daughter in Europe, where she reads all this stuff. I doubt she would do a chat room, but I’m happy to ask the next time we chat over the telephone.

      • Doll says:

        Hello Jean,

        Your books are outstanding and I LOVED them and respect you immensely for writing them. I read the first one in about 2002 and was stunned. It just made me realize that I was born lucky to be in India.
        All I want to know is if Princess Sultana and her immediate family are alright. Reading books intensely makes you feel v close and connected. Can I exchange a mail atleast with the Princess (via you off course). Its my one of the biggest dreams.

        Pls advise.


      • jeansasson says:

        Thank you, Smita…. I’m so so glad. Yes, although I was born into a family that was not wealthy, I never ever envied anyone extremely rich if they had no personal freedoms. I’ll take freedom any day of the week over $$$$.
        Yes, Princess Sultana is doing great — we are going to do another book but not sure when I can finish it or when it will come out. I agree — I know when I read about others and I become really involved, I feel that connection, too.
        Yes, if you would like to send a letter to the princess, her daughter will send it to her. She was supposed to get an email address for this purpose. I’ll ask her and get back with you on this.
        For now, have a great day! Jean

  6. says:

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  7. victorianur says:

    The good thing about this incredible (and wide reaching implications -> slavery, muslim over non-muslim, women…) of Mutairi´s words is that she asked ‘specialized people of the faith’ and they told her it was right. She is saying something MANY regard as a good/feasible option/idea. I see her as a ¨messenger¨, a clear mirror of the ones that do think that way but don´t say it, because it would…actually…look bad…(¨some people might not understand it, our culture¨).

  8. sronith says:

    she is cynical

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