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Malaysian politicians are in the process of reviewing the country's domestic violence laws, which activists hope will offer better protection to women.
“The injury and harm experienced by domestic violence survivors should never be trivialised in this manner,” she added.The Malaysian women came third behind Ghana (62 per cent) and Thailand (59 per cent) in the worldwide survey carried out by condom producer Durex.In fourth and fifth place were Russia (33 per cent) and Singapore (19 per cent) respectively. ONLY 38% OF MALAYSIANS SAY THEY HAVE A SATISFACTORY SEX LIFE Only 38% of Malaysians are satisfied with their sex lives and the loss of romance and sexual prowess are key factors for the lack of sexual satisfaction.Marina Mahathir, a Malaysian political campaigner and women's rights activists, said she was "astounded" by the MP's comments."A man does not own a woman’s body when he marries her any more than she owns his," she told "To accuse a woman, who is usually the victim of abuse, of abusing her husband by denying him sex is a bit rich.
She did not give up her agency or her bodily integrity when she married him." She added: "With this kind of mindset among our so-called leaders, I fear for our entire country." Women’s Aid Organisation executive director Sumitra Visvanathan said Mr Zulkifly's remarks appeared to be justifying marital rape.