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Every day, we make assumptions about people — Muslim women know this better than. Adult cinema Margate women know this better than jn. What do wommen think when you see a Muslim woman in a hijab or a niqab? These women have different stories to tell, of inspirational people doing inspirational things. Sadly, they include the experiences of abuse or racism which have formed part of their lives. But just as being Muslim is one part of their make-up, so is this: they are brilliant Welsh women doing wonderful things.

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A central theme within her photographic work is the depiction of powerful Muslim women, as a direct response to negative Muslim stereotypes as perceived in media imagery of all kinds. Muslim women are a minority within a minority, being subjected to three levels of discrimination: being a woman, a Muslim woman, and a Womsn woman wearing clothing that identifies with the Muslim religion.

Liberation for Muslim women Muwlim been measured by the degree to which their dress codes conform to Muslim women in Cardiff acceptable in the West.

Many Westerners have assumed that it is not the choice for some women to adopt a style of Italian singles in Hayes concurrent with their Islamic faith. This idea takes Muslim women in Cardiff the agency of individual Muslim women who chose to wear the hijab and modest clothing.

In Carsiff to such stereotyping, Islamic dress in the UK has also become negatively associated by some elements of the UK media with immigration concerns and terrorism. The association has changed from religious to political, and when womej woman wears a hijab she becomes a Caediff Muslim and becomes a target for Islamophobia.

The barriers in social integration have therefore been heightened by the choice to identify as Muslim. By showing a different social representation, the images in this project create a dialogue within the Musliim community.

The women featured agreed to be photographed in their work or leisure space as they were keen to overcome stereotypes and show Saint Helens concert dates they integrate into society.

The shoots also involved interviewing the women to personalise and amplify their experience, both for them and for the audience.

The quotes selected speak directly to the audience, inviting them to question their assumptions. Furthermore, the ratio of negative to positive representations of Muslims within the British media is This is Ritz gay Saint Albans of the factors that is adding to the increase of Islamophobia. This project explores the identity of Muslim Muslim women in Cardiff who must stand up for themselves whilst also educating people about Islamophobia.

The clothing of each participant shows the wide variety of dress that Muslim women choose to wear. Within the media a generic dress code has been stereotyped to suggest all Muslims dress like Arabs, which of course is not true: Islam is not a culture but a religion. I have created images of powerful Muslim women and incorporated these with influential Western buildings within Cardiff.

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I have womem chosen buildings that represent the West, in respect of culture, history, education, government and media. These institutions are highlighted to show that, if each one were to promote Islam in a positive way and on a large scale, the impact would be highly visible, as each institution is respected in its own way and has its own audience.

In making my portraits, I made good use of natural lighting to create shadows and highlights where I felt these added to my message. The shadows represent the Nirvana massage Eastleigh within Islamophobic notions and the behaviour that results.