shadowhive Posted April 14, 2011 #101 Share Posted April 14, 2011 if the women decides for herself to wear it, then it is not opressive. telling her she can't wear it when she wants to is oppressive. If the issue is oppression then it would be better not to oppress anyone. let people wear what they like and make both 'forcing someone to wear' and 'forcing someone not to wear' illegal. I agree with that of course. But the point still stands does it not? so you don't trust people on the phone? or when you hear them on the radio? do blind people distrust everyone? That's different and you know it what about religious reasons? does everything need a reason? what is the resons for a jewish skull cap?what about singing or dancing on the bus, suspicious? Religious reasons are meaningless. If smeone wants to see your face for security, you show them your face, it's that simple. now what if a muslim women uses a flu mask in public? will she get arrested? I'm not even gonna answer that Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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