Others defended her by posting images from President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia in May, in which First Lady Melania Trump and his daughter Ivanka, though modestly dressed in higher necklines and longer sleeves, shunned wearing a head cover or the abaya.
One twitter user wrote of the model's video: 'She's freely walking around Ashaiqer, regardless of all the backlash, it's still a beautiful idea.'Another said: 'Why all this fuss? ' The Saudi Okaz news website reported that officials in Ushaiager called on the region's governor and police to take actions against the woman in response to the video, without elaborating further.
The program also gets partial funding from private donors and from tobacco settlement revenue awarded through the county, which supervisors last week voted to suspend because they don’t think county money should go to a nonprofit that performs abortions.
Planned Parenthood is still committed to keeping the chat online, and they’re raising money to supplement the cash they’ll likely lose from the county.
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Here are some of the more notable instances of censorship across digital platforms.
When Mazen Abdul-Jawad, 32 and a divorced father of four, took Lebanon's LBC into his bedroom to boast that "everything happens in this room," show his sex toys, explain that he lost his virginity at the age of 14 to a neighbour, and then host a sex chat with male friends, he was providing the sensational material that has made the show But this is ultra-conservative Saudi Arabia, where the morality police can detain a man and a woman out in public unless the two can prove they're related. Abdul-Jawad explaining how he hooks up with women by using the Bluetooth technology on his phone. Abdul-Jawad has been vilified and has had to beg in media interviews for forgiveness from Saudi society for appearing on the show, which he claims manipulated and duped him. Abdul-Jawad's "sex confessions" have only told the Arab world what it already knows: Deny it all you like and threaten to punish it, but unmarried men and women, as everywhere else, are having sex. Women must also face Islamists' attempts to silence the relatively relaxed attitudes toward married sex in the Koran and the sayings of the Prophet Mohammed that stress sexual pleasure for both husbands and wives.