Hey ‘Ladies’: Put the Pussy Hats Down, Here is What Real Feminism Looks Like

By GJWHG

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American women think they have something to complain about? Try being an Iranian woman who is refusing to wear or possibly forgets to place on her hijab. Check out what the four brave women just did. It will make all those vagina hat wearers look pathetic. By: AMANDA PRESTIGIACOMO In recent days, many so-called feminists have donned non-mandated hijabs, strapped on pussyhats and stepped into full-blown vagina costumes to allegedly push for gender (which I’m told is a social construct?) equality, all while patting themselves on the back for their supposed courage and activism. But of course, protesting for Big Daddy Government to fund your birth control and the slaughter of your unborn baby, or wearing a piece of non-mandated religious garb in solidarity with women who are often mandated to wear it is not real feminism. At all. By contrast, in an act of real feminism, at least four female chess players who have rightfully earned a stop at this year’s Women’s World Chess Championship held in Tehran, Iran—Carolina Lujan, Nazi Paikidze-Barnes, Irina Krush and Mariya Muzychuk—have courageously boycotted the event over the hijab mandate. This week 2 female chess champs gave up chance to win World Prize. #Iran host wanted to force them to wear #Hijabs—and they said No. #Heroes pic.twitter.com/ETQJEOlTZM — Hillel Neuer (@HillelNeuer) February 15, 2017 2 more female chess champs who gave up chance to win World Prize: #Iran host wanted to force them to wear #Hijabs—and they said No. #Heroes pic.twitter.com/0hFPuBrgWI — Hillel Neuer (@HillelNeuer) February 15, 2017 “Some consider a hijab part of culture,” wrote Paikidze, in a September Instagram post. “But, I know that a lot of Iranian women are bravely protesting this forced law daily and risking a lot Click to see the original article