By now most Muslims living in North America who have followed the Olympics even tangentially know about Ibtihaj Muhammad, the first American Muslim woman ever to compete in the Olympics in a hijab. The American Muslim community has been celebrating her well before she went to the Olympics and won a bronze medal. And rightlyContinue reading “Enough with the Clothes Shaming of Muslim Women”
My latest for Heartfelt: Reflections on Faith, Sex & Public Health is up. I wrote about the relationship between misogyny and sexual health for women. I could write so much more, but I hope that this at least starts the conversation.