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Islam and Christianity are Abrahamic religions rooted in patriarchal culture and beliefs concerning female sexuality.
Both religions have succeeded in demonizing and exploiting female sexuality through patriarchal hermeneutics; sexual exploitation and demonic outlook of the female sexuality.
Common to Abrahamic religions is the construction of female demonization and exploitation upon etiological and charter myths which made women seem inferior and hazardous to men.
For example, women, in the Bible are portrayed as naturally subservient to men, claiming they were created for the betterment of men and the source of misfortunes that befall men, while in the Quran; they are not only seen as means to men’s end but also prevented from determining their own goals and roles.
It is for this reason that Stearns concludes while discussing women in; Islam, Byzantine Christianity, and western Christianity, that both Islam and Christianity are faced with major tension in principle as women are not only regarded as inferior to men but also prone to evil if not muzzled.
Oriolowo Oluwatobi Abdulazeez was born in Ibadan, Oyo State on 8 June 1987.
He graduated from Abadina College in the University of Ibadan, in June 2003 and from the University of Ibadan at Nigeria with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy in April 2015.
He completed his Masters of Arts degree in Philosophy in May 2018, at University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
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