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Study of n=600 Tunisians finds an association between the number of sons a women has and her support for Islamic veiling. (Blake, Fourati & Brooks, 2018)

September 1, 2019
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Title Study of n=600 Tunisians finds an association between the number of sons a women has and her support for Islamic veiling. (Blake, Fourati & Brooks, 2018)
Author Altmark22
Upvotes 41
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Date September 1, 2019 7:43 PM UTC (3 years ago)
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[–]Altmark22[S] 9 points10 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Key findings:

  • "We find that men are more supportive of Islamic veiling than women, but women with more sons are more supportive of veiling and more likely to wear veils than women with fewer sons. All effects were robust to the inclusion of religiosity, which was weaker amongst men and unrelated to the number of sons a woman had."

  • "Overall, these findings highlight that far from being the fixed strategy of one sex or the other, female sexual suppression manifests facultatively to promote one’s reproductive interests directly or indirectly by creating conditions beneficial to one’s descendent kin."

  • "We also found consistent evidence that women were unsupportive of veiling unless they had sons. This latter finding sits consistent with a large body of scholarly work showing that paternal mothers-in-law are highly preoccupied with the fidelity of their daughters-in-law, and that such a preoccupation bolsters the paternity confidence of their sons."

[–]YetAnotherCreature1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Fascinating. It shows that a kind of TRP knowledge is already ingrained even in female brains. They know overall increase in slutiness is detrimental to the average man's reproductive success.

[–]Chasmatesh1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Thank you! very interesting study.

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