Iranian Women


The Hijab in the United States: a Symbol of Choice or Oppression?

Recently, a protest took place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s capitol, when thirty to forty women participated in a Right-to-Drive campaign. These women did so, of course, in the traditional Islamic garb that many “Westerners” openly recognize as counter-intuitive to all … Continued


Boobquake Shakes Up Thinking Around Women’s Brains & Bodies

by April Callen For those of you who may have missed the memo, Monday was “Boobquake.” Challenging Hojatoleslam Kazem Sedighi, women around the world were asked by feminist blogger, Jen McCreight, to participate. Would the combination of millions of pairs … Continued