Living in a western country and being Muslim has always been a test of how “moderate” I am in the way I speak, act, dress, express my ideas, criticize western policies or just show my grief when my fellow Muslims civilians are killed by airstrikes and contra-terrorism. I have always feared how I would ne perceived by non-Muslims and whether I would be to radical condemn Western politics. There are two options in front of Muslims in the West: either you are moderate and do not show disobedience to your islamophobic government or you are possible terrorist. There is no in between. You cannot express your opposition for the airstrikes of Syria without the fear of suspicion. There is a political and social stigmatization of Muslims, thus, as the lines between “moderate” and “extremist” have become so utterly blurred, the space for a Muslim to be politically active has been significantly reduced.
How come you never draw Frisk in gender ambiguous clothes?