On a hot day this week, three young sisters in Kitchener went for a bike ride -- topless.
A police officer told them to put their shirts back on but female toplessness has been legal in Ontario since 1991.
One of the Mohammed sisters is an aspiring musician, so maybe this was a publicity stunt. Otherwise, taking your shirt off isn't much of a bold feminist statement, at least in North America.
Why not campaign for women's rights in Muslim countries or against honor killings in Canada?
Instead, Western feminists embrace "Slut Walks," with its contradictory messages.
Are these extremes really our only options?
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