New research finds we tend to perceive negative emotions in the partially covered face of a veiled woman.
France's newly enacted law banning face coverings in public reinforces the idea we explored last year that waves of multiculturalism are receding for now.
Might a burqa ban herald a new fashion for outlawing religiously inspired dress championed by other faiths?
Religiously inspired polygamy creates a financial burden on the state, something both the United States and France agree on.
European officials aren't the only Westerners wrestling with what Islamic women wear — leaders in Quebec have joined the fray.
How did such an un-American-sounding idea as banning someone's religiously inspired clothing choice take root in Western countries?
The politics swirling around the cultural attire associated with Islam may cover up an obvious rationale — it's currently fashionable in some circles.