We do not want the problem of these 'little dragon ladies' to escalate.Local Malaysian women bristled with indignation and outrage when a couple of MPs made a snide remark about "bocor" or leakage in reference to a certain Opposition MP's monthly menstrual habits. Tell me. how should mainland Chinese women react to these comments? Comments which were comparatively much more direct, demeaning, derogatory and negatively stereotypical?
“These women are enticing local married men into having affairs with them and are causing family disharmony,” she said.
Ng, however, stressed that Wanita MCA was in no way showing disrespect to women in China but was rather taking a realistic stand in looking after the well-being and happiness of local women and ensuring family values were safeguarded.Hmmm, "No way showing disrespect to women, but taking a realistic stand"...
Isn't this like telling mainland Chinese women, "with all due respect and though this is politically incorrect, I have to say the reality is that you bitches are husband-stealing sluts." Isn't that the same causal gutter logic used by those who say dressing sexily and provocatively invites rape and molestation?
She added that Wanita MCA had been receiving complaints from local women about their husbands falling prey to the foreigners' charms but admitted there was little it could do to resolve their plight.Perhaps Wanita MCA could remind those women that marriage is a 2 person job. A team effort. If the husbands of those women are going to stray, don't blame the 3rd party. Blame themselves for not being able to keep their hearts and stay their penises. If it weren't the maid, it would be the goreng pisang lady near the 7-11.
Fact is they've got to cure the disease, not just firefight the symptoms.