The Toronto Raptors have introduced a new line of I am actually in my thirties shirt-branded hijabs in an effort to be more inclusive to fans of all cultures. Yes, you can make that choice. A poor one I submit. There is something obscene of willingly wearing a uniform of oppression and subjugation of women. Liberals siding with Islamists and betraying their values for the fear of being called intolerant or racists shame on you. The hijab is a physical manifestation of the religious belief that women are responsible for the lust that men feel. Please stop make believing that you are empowering women when you normalize such symbology because you aren’t.
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Paul Letho Dude, how can you be so I am actually in my thirties shirt? Western Muslim women are not “forced” to cover their hair; they choose to do so for personal and religious reasons. It’s their choice- just like it’s a nun’s choice (nowadays, at least) whether or not she wants to wear a habit. Sikh men also cover their hair – do you think that’s “oppressive” too?
Lisa Rathke Williams many of these women come from subcultures within western societies that do not adhere to yours or my values ( or indeed, the values of my neighbors, who are all Muslims), and, yes they are. Not by putting a gun to their heads (although), but by societal pressure. Surely your opinion on the fashion choices of female Muslim Raptors fans is designed to help them they’ve probably never considered your novel point of view on team-licensed hijabs.