I have been the white, Christian, woman wanting to understand and I am still the white woman, Muslim, now better educated about the diversity in the world and the Muslim community I am now a part of.
Girls are cool too, but Bratz dolls and shimmery lip-gloss are not in your agenda right now.
We've seen this in “social experiments” done by non-Muslim white women who put hijab on for a day and commodify their experience by writing about it, and it suddenly shocks everyone.
What would you do if you lost your shoes to the mosque's black hole?
Why did my mind immediately associate “chick flick” with “bad movie?”
The khateeb assigned women the care-taking role, and embarrassed and judged them when they were trying to connect with God.
I am someone who enjoys fashion. I enjoy clothing and the way one can create their own personal branding and identity through a piece of a clothing.
What? I know, totally shocking, but think about it.
I had a knee-jerk reaction and posted tweets condemning the film-- without seeing it.
Opened this past weekend, "American Sniper", features Bradley Cooper, a US soldier stationed in Iraq.
The depiction of a pseudo-Muslim woman in a porno might not be as bad as you think.
Basically, the moral of the story is this: women don’t want to get catcalled? Don’t wait for anything. Cross the street when the light is red.