Hey, I'm Tyler from the middle back of the classroom. I come from a suburb known as Olentangy . I wrestled in high school and I Ski. I come to Ohio State with the intention of getting a Criminology degree and I plan to get into federal drug enforcement using the degree.
"the veil masks erotic freedom, but its advocates believe hijiab transcends the erotic-or expands it". This shows how torn Asayesh is, she wants to practice her freedom and be comfortable but knows she will be looked down upon if she does, as she was earlier in the writing. This is the overall message of the writing, that women are often torn between their Islam culture because of the lack of freedom in expression that is expected of women. This is more of a problem with American-Islams who wish to embrace both cultures, which isn't an easy task. Iv always known that this is an issue, especially today when prejudice directed at Middle Eastern people is very high, but what I learned is that there is no actual punishment for breaking the rules of clothing in Iran, you are only looked down upon. I was under the impression that if someone were to break the acceptable clothing rules, that they were to serve jail time of be punished in some way.