Welcome to the 100th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. In today’s episode I am going to be talking about the awesome Channel 4 series, We are Lady Parts, written by Nida Manzoor, as well as highlight seven reasons why you must watch it!
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In today’s show about We are Lady Parts
- Why I decided to make a episode about the series, We Are Lady Parts. [00:46]
- The fact that Muslim punk music is real. [01:11]
- Statistics from key reports from 2016 and 2017 about Muslims in the workplace and the challenges they face. [02:14]
- The many negative stereotypes about Muslim women. [03:39]
- Seven reasons why you must watch We Are Lady Parts. [08:39]
Quotes about We are Lady Parts
- I think it’s fair to say, that there are so many negative stereotypes about Muslim women.
- Being Muslim is much more than being South Asian, anyone from any background can be Muslim.
- We Are Lady Parts is absolutely hilarious and provides an insight into the different identities and subcultures of young women who identify as Muslim.
- So many people seem to find hijabs deeply offensive, and I really have no idea why.
- The term hijab literally translate to cover, and can be more accurately described as a set of codes that represent modesty, privacy and morality.
Resources to support this episode on We are Lady Parts
- We Are Lady Parts reminds us to celebrate real Muslim punk stories too
- Muslim women at ‘disadvantage’ in workplace
- Too Loud, Swears Too Much, Goes Too Far
- We are Lady Parts on Spotify
- Podcast Episode 50: Why you need to Stop Stereotyping Asian Women
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