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It’s true, they are in Egypt.

They walk around, you see them every day. You yourself might be one of them but you haven’t realized it yet.  In a masculine society like Egypt, where men enforce their rules on every aspect of life, something serious happens to female genes. This is not a scientific study; this statement is based on personal experience and observations.

Mutants of Egypt do not have small chips implanted at the back of their heads. But, they acquire both male and female qualities, not necessarily sexual, but again who knows?!

Mutant Egyptian Woman

Mutant Egyptian Woman

How to spot a mutant in Egypt?

Females walking around the streets covering their bodies, walking like soldiers with angry faces.

No flowery girly dresses, no free strings of hair dancing  to  morning breeze. No shy red cheeks smiling to a flirty sun.

– Mutants of Egypt have female figures but talk like men, welling to start a street fight just like a real man, using the usual swearwords needed for such event with a big chance for boxing and kicking.

They are able to protect themselves, take responsibility for themselves and their families.

– You can see one of them, drinking coffee, eating a sandwich, talking on the phone, fixing her eyeliner with one hand and driving with the other. Not only would she be blocking the way in front of a crazy micro-bus driver, but also, she would be racing with a sloppy truck on the ring road at 4:35 pm.

– These mutants think work and money. No time for romance, they are driven by big ambitions or the need to prove they can conquer life.

– Your tacky flirtation won’t get you anywhere near her. She’s no longer waiting for prince charming to help her slip into the glass shoes. She is not looking for traditional happy endings with marriage and kids.

Mutants of Egypt are aiming high. They plan and execute a tough journey to a fat bank account, a pioneering startup, or at least traveling the world. Old myths about settling down and making a family, all have  lost its charms.

Mutants of Egypt adopt male perspective towards relationships. This type of female looking/male thinking creature is up for a one night stand. She cannot be tied down to one relation and just like men, adultery becomes a casual habit.

Mutants of Egypt walk, talk , think and act like men, only they are imprisoned in female bodies. Who’s responsible for this genetic transformation in Egyptian females? What are the consequences of such growing  phenomena? I don’t know, But someone has to take an action? Don’t you think?!

Norhan Emad TV Presnter at ALGhad TV channel & Content creator at What's up cairo.

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