For more information on Obedient Wives Club (OWC), Sarawak Branch call Rosita Akil on 014-8597470 or Rohana Abdul Wahad on 012-2500687.
At least, that’s what the article in The Borneo Post (below) said.
I’ve been fascinated with this group of women since they first made national (and international) headlines, if I’m not mistaken, in June this year.
As the article in The Borneo Post pointed out, one of the things the club will offer the women of Sarawak is…the opportunity to “learn how to serve their husbands better than first-class prostitutes.”
American Express used to tell us that MEMBERSHIP HAS ITS PRIVILEGES.
I think now, OWC can use that line to get more members in Sarawak.
So now…what say the menfolk or all the husbands in Sarawak?
How The Borneo Post reported it:
Obedient Wives Club to hold soft launch
August 6, 2011, Saturday
The public, especially wives, are welcome to attend the event which includes a free course and a breaking of fast dinner.
OWC Malaysia president Fauziah Ariffin said currently the Sarawak branch has 200 members while the total for the whole of Malaysia is 1,020 members. All the members are Muslims and Bumiputeras, she said, but added that the club is open to all religions and races.
“We do receive calls from non-Bumiputeras who seek our counselling and we receive positive feedback after that.
“In fact, we receive more positive feedback from our members that their marriages are happier and that their husbands are pleased and stay faithful as well as loyal to their marriage,” she told a press conference yesterday.
The course, which will be conducted tomorrow, she said, aims to create awareness and better understanding of the club’s role in helping married couples with healthier relationships.
She explained that members would learn how to serve their husbands better than first-class prostitutes.
“Most husbands who flirt and seek prostitutes outside come from unhappy marriages. Here, we want to guide and teach wives how to treat their husbands better so that they will have a happy and healthy married life,” she said.
For more information, call Rosita Akil on 014-8597470 or Rohana Abdul Wahad on 012-2500687.
And this is an earlier article from The Star about the Obedient Wives Club’s activities:
Obedient Wives Club to offer sex lessons
Sunday June 5, 2011
RAWANG: Sex lessons to help wives “serve their husbands better than a first-class prostitute” will be among the classes provided by the Obedient Wives Club (OWC) to help promote harmonious marriages and counter social ills.
Its vice-president Dr Rohaya Mohamad said it was time sexual prowess took a front seat in marriage, beyond that of the traditional “good mother or good cook” roles.
“A good or religious wife should also be good in bed,” she told reporters after the launch of the club’s Malaysian chapter at a golf club here yesterday.
She said a husband who was kept happy in the bedroom would have no reason to stray, seek out prostitutes or indulge in other social vices.
“The family institution is protected and we can curb social ills like prostitution, domestic violence, human trafficking and abandoned babies,” she said, adding that she believed these problems stemmed from unfulfilled sexual needs at home.
Dr Rohaya, who previously served 15 years as a doctor in the Health Ministry, said the club would also offer counselling and lecture sessions for wives, husbands or couples.
She said the Malaysian chapter had around 800 members while its chapter in Jordan had 200, adding that another in Indonesia was set to be launched on June 19 in Jakarta.
Asked whether wives should remain obedient if their husbands still abused or cheated on them despite being “kept happy” in the bedroom, Dr Rohaya said everyone was subject to God’s rule.
“God has His ways and is fair to all. A husband is also subject to God’s rule, meaning he can go to hell, too. But a woman must be a good wife to the end,” she said, adding that according to Islam, women should pray, fast during Ramadan, protect their chastity and obey their husbands if they wanted to enter heaven.
Dr Rohaya said the club was undaunted by public criticism, adding that she believed this was a “successful formula” to happy marriages.
OWC and the Polygamy Club were formed by Global Ikhwan Sdn Bhd, an organisation founded by former members of the banned Al-Arqam Islamic group.
A mass wedding reception for eight couples was also held during the launch.