Variations of one Khmer proverb go something like this:
Men are gold, women are cloth. . .
The implied meaning is that men who do something unacceptable are like gold; they will be as clean as the metal after it is washed. The converse is suggested for women; when sullied, even washing won’t rinse off all the dirt. They will be perpetually dirty objects of scorn.
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