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How this campaign is using stunning photos of Muslim women to fight Islamophobia

How This Campaign Is Using Stunning Photos of Muslim Women to Fight Islamophobia

'I Am Muslim' - An Initiative To Address Islamophobia from People Against Suffering Oppression and Poverty - PASSOP

Women fighting for healthcare and abortion rights in the 1960s. The question is, why are we still fighting to maintain, or even have these rights today? I'll live in a 'post-feminist' world when women's rights and equality are actually a reality.

Women fighting for healthcare and abortion rights in the The question is, why are we still fighting to maintain these rights today? I'll live in a 'post-feminist' world when women's rights and equality are actually a reality.

Hypocrisy knows no bounds.

Funny and or stupid signs about guns. Funny signs about the second amendment. Funny signs and quotes about gun control.

HHDL & Alaa Murabit / Brussels 2016 #MutualRespect

HHDL & Alaa Murabit / Brussels 2016 #MutualRespect

“All I want is education, and I am afraid of no one.” -- "Malala Yousafzai "Graffiti in Houston, Texas

Malala and Rosie the Riveter mash - up. "All I want is education, and I am afraid of no one.

KABUL,AFGHANISTAN - SEPT. 12:  Fatima and Nadia, both orphans living at  the Shahad Nik Mohammed orphanage  in Kabul, Afghanistan cry September  12,2002. The children only had tea to drink this morning because there  was not even money for bread which costs about five cents a loaf. They  are living in desperate conditions as this country struggles to rebuild  itself. (Photo by Ami Vitale)

Fatima and Nadia, both orphans living at the Shahad Nik Mohammed orphanage in Kabul, Afghanistan cry September The children only had tea to drink this morning because there was not even money for bread which.

Vitruvian Minifig by Kevinhink, via Flickr

Vitruvian Minifig

Lego mini fig Vitruvian Man in the style of Leonardo da Vinci

Yes, I am a Muslim. I support women wearing Burkas. I also completely support this statement. I think it goes both ways, though. For people who dont cover themselves up to show that they are free enough to do as they please, kind of fall victim to the same category of men. Do what you would rather do.

I'm all about women wearing whatever they feel comfortable in, hijab included. But as soon as people start talking about modesty as a female obligation (Western garb as well) I get frustrated.

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