To those readers of more tender years than I, that question was always the parting one of your barber as they always had a stock of male contraceptives; however this article is intended to make you focus on cerebral activity rather than those physical.
Some articles, over which you may wish to mull, are highlighted.
Adrian Vatter, Professor of Swiss Politics at the University of Bern, asks whether the Swiss Burka ban is a tyranny of the majority as it amounts to the discrimination of religious minorities. In response to that: If one chooses to leave one’s homeland and live in what is a foreign country, then is it not reasonable that you be asked to adhere to that country’s social requirements? If wearing a burka is that important, then are there not sufficient countries from which a choice can be made?