posted Friday, June 29, 2012 at 9:55pm
but it makes me very uncomfortable to see women wearing in Vancouver wearing hijabs, niquabs and chadors. It feels like an open declaration of the belief women aren't equal to men. Her hair is too sexual, the curve of her neck and even her mouth and smile. If I visited some parts of the Middle East, I would be expected to wear one of these coverings. That's fine, when in Rome and all. But why then is the reverse not true? All women should be able to feel the wind in their hair and not be ashamed.