CNN has reported that Saudi Arabia is objecting to various domain extensions, including .baby, .gay, .bar, and numerous others:
The Saudi Arabian government is objecting to a number of proposed new Internet address endings, including .gay, .bar, .baby and .islam.
The country claims the .gay domain would promote homosexuality and would be offensive to "many societies and cultures." Saudi Arabia's Communication and Information Technology Commission (CITC) filed objections to 31 domain extensions, primarily on cultural and religious grounds.
When Johnson & Johnson applied for the .baby name, it was likely thinking it was a great way to promote its line of well-known baby products. However, in its complaint, the Saudi Arabian government says the name could be used to host pornographic websites, and that "pornography undermines gender equality and threatens public morals." The government uses the same reason in objections to various sex-related top-level domains, including .porn, .sexy, .adult, .hot, .sex, .dating and .virgin.
Maybe I'm confused on what "gender equality" means, but it's pretty nervy of a country that doesn't let women drive to say they're concerned about things that undermine "gender equality". There is plenty of pornography out there where the woman's in charge—probably thanks to the Internet, the great equalizer that it is—so a country claiming that Internet pornography undermines gender equality, while still not allowing its own female citizens to vote or hold public office…?