You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
It seems some people encourage there use
The Sydney Morning Herald: national, world, business, entertainment, sport and technology news from Australia's leading newspaper.In a lycra revolution, a cover-all swimming costume is bringing Muslim women on to Australian beaches as lifeguards, unzipping racial tensions which divided parts of Sydney little over a year ago.
The two-piece "burqini", popular in the Middle East, is proving key to a reshaping surf lifesaving (snip) "We are also encouraged in Australia to cover up not due to modesty but for sun protection, so this is not just a modesty aspect swimming suit, it is also a protection against the sun, surf and sand,"
looks like swimsuits of the 1900s I wouldn't wear one, but I do swim in a tea-shirt if its really sunny
In France, men are equal to women and people are free. Therefore, bans on burqas and burkini (which symbolize oppression of women and submission to traditions) are justified.
There is another custom that says that people can't walk naked in the street, or that you can't swim naked in public swiming pools. Same principle.
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