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On September 15, Ismail Akkiraz, the vice chairman of the über-conservative Saadet Party, told a crowd during a speech that, “due to the AKP’s inadequate policies, our youth do not know how to practice ablution, and 60% go around [not showering after sex].” A few weeks later, on October 1, Selman Ada, the new manager of the Turkish State Opera and Ballet, said that employees (besides the ballet dancers) can no longer wear “athletic wear, tight cotton shorts, tights, stretch jeans, sandals, slippers, spiked high heels, formal evening gowns” to work.

Turkish Airlines has previously gotten into hot water for banning red cosmetics to be worn by stewardesses as this “impairs the visual integrity of the intended look” (read: is too sexy).

I should also mention that these views have largely contributed to Turkish men’s taste for foreign women—and also their often inappropriate treatment of them.

As journalist Belgin Tan says in his satirical blog in , the “independent attitudes [of foreign women] add to the challenge factor, it makes a man want to compete.

Because they can’t openly express their own sexual problems or desires, they meddle in other people’s lives and probably live vicariously through them.

To put it more simply, they constantly obsess over what they don’t have.

And I have traveled to many part of Europe and Asia.

One thing I have wanted to write about for a while in this column is the view of sex and dating in Turkey.

A Turkish male friend once told me that one night stands are not really a thing, and especially not for women (no big surprise there).

Vociferous journalist Oray Egin told that, “whenever I see a Turkish cleric of Islam talking about sex in the public domain, I immediately assume that it is a personal issue for them.

It could be out of either envy or obsession caused by self-suppression.

This means that women and men don’t interact in all aspects of the word growing up and then, naturally, have skewed outlooks on dating and sex.

Men see women as possessions and as many women grow up being treated like princesses, they develop unrealistic expectations of men.

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