From: Tim Norfolk <>
Subject: Re: Maybe Trump will help the resistence in Iran
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Subject: Re: Maybe Trump will help the resistence in Iran
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On Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 12:09:06 AM UTC-5, Dutch wrote:
> On 1/2/2018 7:07 PM, Clave wrote:
> > On 1/2/2018 6:59 PM, Dutch wrote:
> >> On 1/2/2018 3:37 PM, risky biz wrote:
> >>> How someone else dresses is not YOUR 'issue', moron, if it isn't a 
> >>> flagrant affront to common civility.
> >>
> >> How someone dresses is an indication of whether or not she in fact has 
> >> the freedom that a free society grants every citizen.
> > 
> > So you can just *tell* by what people are wearing what their motives for 
> > wearing those things are?
> It's not rocket science, but I'll 'splain it for you anyway. In a 
> society where women have the same freedom as a man you see a wide 
> variety in styles of dress, because women are individual human beings 
> with individual tastes, ideas, motivations, etc.. Some like to dress 
> modestly, some like to dress flirtatiously or provocatively. It depends 
> on the person, the mood and the occasion. It defies reason that a 
> population of different people, all doing the same thing, are all doing 
> so by choice. You might say, so what if a whole group of people are 
> forced to wear scarves on their heads, but what if some days they don't 
> feel like it? And what about being forced to cover their faces? Facing 
> other people is one of the most fundamental and fulfilling parts of 
> human social interaction. It's a human right as basic as breathing air.

Like Canadians wearing flannel?