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"you support banning burkahs [uh, using the state...] because its a fash tendency?"

I don't. This is a false debate or at least a question of statist civil rights that anarchists would better avoid addressing, at all. There's no reason to engage in this, as this is an conflict between two forms of autoritarianism. Should women with burka be allowed in "public" transits or in schools? Am I part of the people concerned with these matters?

The rare instances where I see a women in burka, I don't really know how to take this... but feel somewhat worried that this person may be under some despotic patriarchal rule at home. As a "guy", it's none of my business, at the least. But I think radical feminists could have been more consistent about it, in relation to their principles and critiques, over the past few years?