the caption is "oppressed ladies get effortlessly ignored, support us within the fight for their legal rights" edit: i am an idiot it is within the name. Lol we appreciate the effort Reminds me personally of ...
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- the caption is "oppressed women get easily overlooked, support us in the fight for their rights" edit: I'm an idiot it's in the title.
- Lol we appreciate the effort
- Reminds me of this joke , which got a London councillor kicked out of the Conservative Party. Funny how the rhetoric from such different movements can be so similar.
- Do you think the intention is the same, or does it just look similar on the surface?
- The intention is not the same. The people who made OP's poster are obviously aware of how shocking it is to compare a women in a burqa to a trash bag; their intention is to show in a visually striking manner how dehumanizing and demeaning full hijab can supposedly be. My image is just a dumb joke that is probably aimed at people with a knee-jerk reaction against those immigrants who continue to practice their foreign customs in public. But I think the visual similarities are still interesting. At a root level both elicit a strong sense of disgust that could probably end up being directed at either an oppressive ideology or a largely innocent ethnicity.
- "women are treated like trash!" vs "lol burka's are like trashbags" Yeah same thing -_-'
- Children wear burqas?
- Did the people who made this actually think it was pro Muslim women?
- Maybe they meant women are treated like trash? Anti-opression of muslim women is pro-muslim women.
- Whatever the case, many muslim women would strongly resent this poster. I've been in morroco recently, women there wear concealing clothes, but at the same time are very free to speak their minds to men and I've often seen them bantering with men, laughing and teasing with them (one called a friend of mine a mule). They see it as personal modesty. Being compared to trash for displaying what your culture perceives as modesty is not very flattering. If the makers of this poster were actually interested in positive change, they'd show the actual (lawful) discrimination against women in Afghanistan or Dubai.
- Genuine question. How would you "show" that? Read more comments