Cultures and traditions should be respected


Cultures and traditions should be respected

People like complicating simple matters.

If the tradition says no to a widow having sex on the late man's bed why not have the same sex elsewhere?

Must it be in the widow's house and the bed she shared with her husband?

Until the tradition is changed offenders caught would be punished.

Same thing with the law of the land, if the law says rape is a crime and you are caught raping someone you will be punished but if the law says rape is not a crime no one will arrest you for raping anyone.

If you do not like a law or tradition try to have it changed. Don't just contravene well known laws or traditions and begin to talk about backwardness or lack of civilization when you are caught or arrested.

Give to Caeser what belongs to Caeser not so?

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