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No, the veil is not "feminist"
Not all choices, however apparently free, can be defined as feminism. The modesty of Islamic clothing is a surrender to the idea of the impurity of women and the ungovernability of male sexuality. And it's not clear why a left-wing weekly like l'Espresso promotes modest fashion ***

No, the veil is not "feminist"
Not all choices, however apparently free, can be defined as feminism. The modesty of Islamic clothing is a surrender to the idea of the impurity of women and the ungovernability of male sexuality. And it's not clear why a left-wing weekly like l'Espresso promotes modest fashion ***

Saman: “their culture” as a mitigating factor
The girl's marriage was "arranged and not forced" and in the judgment "the culture of the offender must also be taken into account": the reasons for the sentence (signed by female judges) for the brutal murder of the young Pakistani girl are disconcerting. As well as the self-sexism of the mother who would be the material executor of the crime. At this rate, according to Unicef projections, girls will continue to be sold to men for at least the next 300 years

Iranian candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize launches "No Hijab Day"
In solidarity with the women in Iran and Afghanistan who risk whippings and prison if they refuse to cover their heads, Masih Alinejad calls for mobilization. Concerned that the new US law against "Islamophobic" acts will silence any criticism. And for that Western liberal feminism that speaks of the veil as freedom. For this reason she is accused "of not loving Islam"

We wish we could have saved you, Saman
No cultural relativism can justify the acceptance of religions or cultures in which women are subjugated to men by law, in an unequal citizenship. Feminism must be unequivocal on this

Omission on Malika

“Prey: Immigration, Islam and the Erosion of Women's Rights”, the latest book by Ayaan Hirsi Ali

The left, the right, the veil

Liberal feminism and veil as a symbol of freedom

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