Why our schools need to have a “Do it in a Niqab” charity fundraiser

Two news stories have inspired my ” Do it in a Niqab” school charity fundraising idea. The first story comes from Australia and the second from an online forum called 4 Chan.

Story One:

An Australian school’s “do it in a dress” charity fundraiser has raised more than $80,000, after a senator sparked outrage by claiming it was an example of “gender morphing”.

[…] “One school in SA now has ‘wear a dress day’. This gender morphing is really getting absurd,” Bernardi tweeted.

That prompted instant backlash, including from an Australian comedian who donated A$2000, ABC reported.

Australian Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham condemned Bernardi for the criticism, the ABC report continued.

“The idea of coming out and condemning a programme that is trying to raise money for girls in Africa who don’t go to school is of course appalling,” he told ABC.

But Bernardi doubled down on his comments.

He said the children at Craigburn had been politicised and “indoctrinated”, and that encouraging boys or allowing male teachers to wear dresses was “inappropriate”, according to The Guardian.

– Stuff

Story two:

[…] in 2014 — inspired by some crazy idea they’d read somewhere on the internet — the pranksters decided to fake an even more ludicrous trend designed to discredit the radical feminist movement. ‘What is free bleeding? It consists of us womyn bleeding with no restriction … Being able to menstruate is something that is a [sic] undeniably female characteristic. How DARE they try and oppress it,’ read their working notes.

A few helpful tweets later from fake Twitter accounts and ‘free bleeding’ had become an urgent new cause of radical feminism. Eventually word got out among some women’s interest websites that they’d all been had: ‘Free bleeding is not a thing,’ warned one. But it appears the memo didn’t get through to everyone. Hence Kiran Gandhi’s marathon protest.


My proposal is simple and will have multiple positive consequences. For it to work, a group like 4 Chan would need to plant the seed online so that activist groups will grab it and run with it. It would not be hard to do as there are plenty of well-known activists like Linda Sarsour who have claimed that Islam is a feminist religion and that The Hijab, the Niqab and the Burqa are all a woman’s choice to wear.

Once we have established the credentials of the idea by quoting activists like Sarsour we then need to choose an appropriate charity to benefit from the controversy and the big “backlash” donations that it will attract when people are quite rightly upset by it.

I suggest a charity to help Muslim members of the New Zealand Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and Asexual community.

Finally, the best part of my plan is that our indoctrinated children in schools up and down the country of both sexes (and all the made-up genders) will experience for a full day the reality of living your life under a black, hot and identity smothering garment of oppression.

They can take selfies and act like normal teenagers but they will soon find that they cannot easily identify each other let alone tell a boy from a girl. The teacher will not know who is who. They will struggle to eat. They will have to breathe warm, moist and stale air. They will sweat. They will become itchy. They will lose their peripheral vision. They will trip while trying to play sports. They will struggle to do all the things they used to take for granted.

At the end of the day, they will all come to the same conclusion. That the only woman who would choose to live her life under such a monstrosity is one who is either crazy or one who actually has no real choice over the matter. They will decide that if the Niqab and by extension Islam represents feminism that they want no part of it.


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