Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Lindsay Lohan: I was 'racially profiled' at the airport for wearing a headscarf III : Not censored yet, but why risk it?

The comment below is still up, but who knows for how long?


Such utter nonsense you write. Both my maternal grandmother and mother wore such scarves for all of their lives, though they lived in America and certainly would have been free to do otherwise.

I am so tired of watching an Anglo-Saxon ethnocentrism being pushed as a fight for freedom. If Jewish and Muslim women want to wear such scarves, what makes that any of your or Ms. Beaudway's business? Has the thought ever occurred to some of you that perhaps the rest of us don't imitate your ways because we prefer our own?

Those scarves can be a beautiful form of self-expression.