What’s really behind female inequality in American?

Jessica Valenti has opened my eyes to a deeper insight. Ms. Valenti described female oppression in America through physical abuse, sexual abuse and sexism in the workplace. As a Muslim woman who proudly observes hijab and interacts with men on strictly professional levels, I have been protected from these oppressive acts. The day women stop serving men merely as a commodity that comes in different hairstyles and makeup, their dream of equality will materialize.

How ironic that my hijab is looked upon as a tool of female oppression.

Ayesha N. Rashid, Richmond

Appeared in Washington Post on 27 Feb 2010

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/02/26/AR2010022606070.html

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