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The 58-year-old, a member of the ruling United Malays National Organisation, said: 'Even though men are said to be physically stronger than women, there are cases where wives hurt or abuse their husbands in an extreme manner.'Usually, it involves wives cursing their husbands - this is emotional abuse.They insult their husbands and refuse his sexual needs.The 58-year-old said: ‘Even though men are said to be physically stronger than women, there are cases where wives hurt or abuse their husbands in an extreme manner.‘Usually, it involves wives cursing their husbands – this is emotional abuse.His remarks provoked anger among women's rights campaigners, who accused him of sexism and trivialising abuse.
Marina Mahathir, a prominent women's rights activist, said the lawmaker's view was 'based on ignorance'.'Women have a right to say no to sex - this is an old notion that when you marry a women you own her body,' she told AFP. It is ridiculous to say men are abused if women say no to sex.'The lawmaker from Terengganu state in Malaysia's Muslim heartland, also said that denying a Muslim man the chance to marry a second wife amounted to abuse.
Mr Zulkifly, an MP for the ruling right-wing Barisan Nasional party, said men "suffered emotional rather than physical abuse".
"Even though men are said to be physically stronger than women, there are cases where wives hurt or abuse their husbands in an extreme manner," he told parliament.
Members were given instruction in how to “obey, serve and entertain” their husbands to promote marital harmony and cut the chances of spouses misbehaving.
Founder Maznah Taufik – who also set up the Polygamy Club – believes marriage breakdowns the result of disobedient wives failing to bring joy to their husbands.
A Malaysian lawmaker has been accused of ignorance after he claimed that women who deny their husbands sex were subjecting them to 'psychological and emotional abuse'.