Another group of Muslim women who do wear hijab claims a feminist reason for doing so: Instead, these women argue, wearing a headcovering frees a woman, and those around her, to concentrate on what is inside her head— her mind—rather than what is on her head—her hair—and, by extension, her physical attractiveness. How race and gender affect the presidential race, and is our society pronatalist? And juvenile justice reform. Copied to your clipboard.
The Extremist Influence, Muslim Women & the Hijab, Sex Talk
Oneworld Publications,pp. What to do in the wake of tragedy? In a context where other women wear miniskirts and halter tops, long pants and a loose shirt are modest enough. For numerous Muslims, however, none of that is the point. Police Shootings; Disability Bias? Is the choice to wear or not wear the hijab becoming a feminist movement?