>>3799>Christianity gets criticized
But why are you pretending like there's never been any backlash to those criticisms?
Many Christians are not peaceful.
Conservatism's "War on Christmas" in the US is definitely a thing. It doesn't even stem so much from a direct attack on Christianity, but by Christians feeling threatened due to the increasing secularism of the holiday (which isn't truly theirs regardless).
And the bombing of reproductive care clinics and assassination of abortion surgeons by Christians because they think a book justifies it.
Or arguing against state and federal laws over birth control coverage because they think their religious values outweigh another's need.Imagine if one day you woke up and your currency would have a Muslim slogan. Your children would have to go to school and recite an Islamic pledge to Allah hands over their hearts. In your everyday media, there's a subtext about Allah. Muslims would picket and protest your right to a certain healthcare because of their religious values; this is how non-religious people deal with Christianity, everyday.
I don't have a horse in this race, but I don't see how Christianity is targeted more or worse. Especially considering that most people and institutions are sensitive of it.>>3794
Second of all–I don't know where this feminists=pro-hijab meme came from–but back in the mid-aughts, I remember feminists thinking Islam was oppressive. Along with the hijab/burka. Because it was generally understood then that most women did not get a fair choice and were actually penalized or killed for violating dress code in their own countries. They still are, to an extent.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.