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©ourtesy of hijabeng reblogged realfakescientist:
*Here you have various WoC (women of colour) wearing their traditional, religious and cultural head-coverings. Please try and persuade me that all these women, from various continents are oppressed because they choose to wear traditional/religious/cultural garments.
As a woman of color, I preserve the right to wear my garments religiously and culturally. I will not take off my headscarf or any form of head covering because your ignorance has let you to believe that I am ‘oppressed’. I will wear my culture and religion with pride, and shouldn’t have to be afraid I will face discrimination because of your lack of knowledge of my culture or religion. :: Source: prettyindian
- The oppressor is man, not Islam (thehindu.com)
- Jordanian Christian Sues Employer Over Head Covering (lezgetreal.com)
- head covering for jewish females (jonathanbolton5.typepad.com)
- The hijab has liberated me from society’s expectations of women | Nadiya Takolia (guardian.co.uk)