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(Part 5) Funny, you don’t look like a . . .

In this blog post, I continue the previous posts (Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4), which I started when I wondered what stereotype I fit that would cause someone to think that I would welcome anti-Muslim emails. That email stimulated me to do … Continue reading

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(Part 3) Funny, you don’t look like a . . .

In this blog post, I continue the previous post (Parts 1 and 2), which I started when I wondered what stereotype I fit that would cause someone to think that I would welcome anti-Muslim emails. That email stimulated me to do some research … Continue reading

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(Part 2) Funny, you don’t look like a . . .

In this blog post, I continue the previous post (Part 1), which I started when I wondered what stereotype I fit that would cause someone to think that I would welcome anti-Muslim emails. That email stimulated me to do some research and give substantive … Continue reading

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(Part 1) Funny, you don’t look like a . . .

When I recently received an anti-Muslim email from an acquaintance, it caused me to think about what stereotype I fit that would make someone forward an email like this to me. Since our only association was a recent rediscovery of … Continue reading

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