Heavens to Betsy! Some women would prefer to swim in privacy without a bunch of gawking blokes around. Man the barricades, it's a culture war!
Infantilising young Muslim women won't prevent the rise in "jihadi brides" fleeing Western nations to join Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
Former Pakistani MP Raheel Qazi believes a woman's first priority should be her family and that Malala Yousafzai's goal of a secular Pakistan should never be realised.
A niqab is a face veil and a burqa is the blue garment mostly worn in Afghanistan, right? Not so fast ...
Rather than addressing the very real problems of closing the gap of inequality and working towards achieving wider representation, our political leaders are discriminating further against Muslim women, writes Mehreen Faruqi, Australia's first female Muslim MP.
How are Muslim women supposed to join "Team Australia" when our leaders insist on portraying them as dangerous outsiders?
The tabloids are painting Yvonne Ridley as a terrorist sympathiser, but Shakira Hussein found her unexpectedly warm and personable in person.
International pundits weigh in on the decision by the French National Assembly to ban the face veil worn by many Muslim women. What does this mean for freedom, religion and national identity? And which country will be next?
Immigrants must adhere to and embrace the values of their adopted countries, says Greg Sheridan. In western societies, like France and Australia, that means equality for women, and burqas have no place.