Their sexiness is now allegedly disturbing the sleep patterns of Muslim men:

“We always [hear about] the abuse of children and wives in households, which is easily perceived by the eye, but the emotional abuse of men cannot be seen,” Nik Abdul Aziz said. “Our prayers become unfocused and our sleep is often disturbed.”

By women being attractive? I rest unmolested nightly.

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