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"Islamic feminism on the whole is more radical than Muslims’ secular feminisms have been. Islamic feminism insists on full equality of women and men across the public/private spectrum (secular feminists historically accepted the idea of equality in the public sphere and the notion of complementarianism in the private sphere)."

From “Islamic Feminism: What’s in a Name?” by Margot Badran

Badran’s article was my introduction to the Islamic feminist movement back in 2002 and I have pretty much been obsessed ever since

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