Virginity I Drawing by Shumaila Islam

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Virginity I

Shumaila Islam

Pakistan

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Size: 12 W x 17 H x 0.1 D in

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Drawing: Pencil, Black & White on Paper.

I use to work with elements of nature to convey my thoughts, readings and concept. These images are symbols that remind and relate with different happenings and other historical moments.
The concept of virginity has significance only in a particular social, cultural and moral context. Although virginity has historically been correlated with purity and worth, many feminist scholars believe that it is a myth. Jessica Valenti, feminist writer and author of The Purity Myth, reasons that the concept of virginity is also dubious because of the many individual definitions of virginity loss, and that valuing virginity has placed a woman's morality "between her legs."
I consider it a personal matter that does not relate to any society. Its human instinct that is put in human by nature. Religion provides us the boundary of ethics and unethical conducts. As far as the matter of virginity concern with religion is, if someone follows the limitation regarding safety of virginity, it is better for him/her. But, my question is that why the safety of virginity is imposed on female not on male. Does a non-virgin male not responsible for making a society filthy ?


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