From PuffHo (click screenshot to see a necessity made into a virtue):
Saying “I am a hijabi feminist” is like saying “I’m a Confederate-flag-waving anti-racist” or “I’m a ball-and-chain toting, striped-suit-wearing free man.”
Three quotes from Sidra Binte Islam’s piece:
When in reality, the hijab/burqa stands for freedom. The freedom to practice one’s religion, symbolic of our obedience to Allah. It means modesty, it is an outer manifestation of our inner modesty. There’s a very common misconception about the hijab that it has only been imposed on women when in reality, men too have been asked to lower their gaze, grow a beard and to guard their modesty.
“Tell the believing men that they should reduce/lower (يغضوا) their gaze/vision and guard their private parts…”
“Tell the believing women that they should reduce/lower (يغضضن) their gaze/vision and guard their private parts…”
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