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- Contrary to assumptions of suppression in Islam, female sexual discourse and agency expresses freedom within the faith.
- Homosexual Muslim men face identity suppression.
- While many think Islamophobia hinders Muslims, in many cases it is shown to motivate and propel them.
- While some believe that Muslims have the right to practice their faith they don’t see what they experience daily to make them feel suppressed.
- Islamophobia is the perpetuated form of racism against those who practice the Islamic faith and incorrectly associate them with extremism and violence.
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Longstreth, Seth; Zaki, Maria; Quick, David; Coulter, Lindsey; and Locker, Sophia, "Misogyny, Islamophobia, and Muslim Supression Internal and Abroad" (2020). Content presented at the Roesch Social Sciences Symposium. 40.