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Are there any academic theory texts (feminist, postcolonial, or otherwise) that provide an ethical justification for the niqab/burqa? Pseudo-progressives and their media outlets (Buzzfeed, Huffington Post, etc.) seem to think it's racist and Islamophobic to criticize this cultural practice. To me, it seems condescending as fuck to not subject other cultures to the same intellectual scrutiny as your own. The same people who will crucify you for criticizing the burqa will retweet articles about "mansplaining". The double standard is absurd verging on comedy. Furthermore, the burqa is a flagrant symbol of patriarchal oppression. If you are sincerely passionate about gender equality, you can't just throw middle eastern women under the bus to avoid stepping on someone's toes. There's got to be something I'm missing here, right? What exactly is the moral argument supporting this? (If you are going to say "It's her choice" or something else implying that an authentic choice is being made, don't bother posting in this thread.)

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Which books redpilled you to the truth of the world? For me, it was Schopenhauer's 'On Women'. Changed my life
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When is God going to get nice kind and shit? I'm through Genesis and Exodus and so far he only bullies people for the pettiest reasons
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Was this the peak of literature?
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>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhibxilYPJ0 Since Carli has disappeared, will this be /lit/'s undisputed new book review queen >yes
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Where are all the female philosophers?
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Post rare pictures of authors. pic related.
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Did language stultify humankind's ability to experience empathy? I feel like before the invention of language and literature the first humans understood each other better, through the wrinkles of the face, glare in the eyes, softness of a touch, on entirely unthinkable levels. And then came along the Word, and it was too convenient to refuse, and the sublime of physical, real, was forever abandoned.
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should i read this?
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How is it possible for an entire country to be so completely devoid of literary talent? I say this as a Canadian

How am I supposed to read this?

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Am I supposed to read this as prose? Or should I imagine Homer telling me this story?
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Read his books.
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i need a book that yanks my bf out of his immature mindset. what could i get him? preferably something that doesn't feel indocrinating or patronizing when i give it to him.
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Is love stronger than death?
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Jerusalem by Alan Moore. I am struggling with this book -- not in the sense that it is difficult for me to read but that I am constantly torn between loving it and thinking it's a waste of time. Sometimes it is so meandering but then I will get to a part that is amazing and motivates me to keep going, but then it gets boring again. The book is so long, and requires so much effort. Is it worth it, guys? I've recently gotten into Updike and noir/crime authors like Hammett, Chandler, Block, etc and have been blowing through those sorts of novels, but I always return to Jerusalem. Huge Alan Moore fan by the way but this is beyond the pale.
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is worth studying literature in college? BTW not an american, education is free here. do getting a lit degree ensures at least having a basic skill at writing?

/lit/ humour

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Post what you get.
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What is the country music of literature?
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I've been on the front lines in the past memeing about plotfags, but reading pic related has convinced me that prose alone isn't enough. It can't bear the weight of insipid characters and a plot that has lapsed into a vegetative state.
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He's right, you know...






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