Actually, the headline should read:
“Muslim government minister believes he knows what Muslim males are like.”
However, “one [criterion] will be when someone wears a skirt above the knee,” according to the Jakarta Post.
“Pornography is something that we can feel … but we have to make the criteria,” said Dr Suryadharma.
However, he did offer some exceptions for places where dress codes differed from those in the Muslim-majority country.
“Of course there are some exception for places like Bali and Papua. Balinese women, for instance, they have unique way of dressing, the upper part of their traditional dress (does not cover their shoulders) but it’s not pornography. They also dance gracefully and it’s not considered pornography. So we have to set criteria of what pornography is.”
NOTE: Balinese women and their menfolk should be very nervous about losing their culture to the majority run Muslim state. They’ll be hard pressed to find an exception to the rule of Islamization purging cultures of its non-Muslim traditions and norms. Eventually, anything deemed non-Islamic simply has to go, just like the former statues of Buddha in backwater Afghanistan.