Saudi Cleric: Driving Harms Women’s Ovaries

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Saudi Cleric: Driving Harms Women’s Ovaries

Prominent Saudi cleric Sheikh Saleh Al-Loheidan claimed that medical studies showed how driving automobiles damaged women’s ovaries and pelvises and, if performed often enough, could result in their children being born with “clinical problems.” What do you think?

  • “It is true. I, too, suffer from driver’s womb.”

    Pamela Fortin
    Videographer
  • “This is progress. He’s acknowledging that women are human beings, with pelvises, just like everyone else!”

    Fran Cain
    Dental Hygienist
  • “Poor Danica Patrick.”

    Jose Ortega
    Systems Analyst