As BurkaChick, a typical war on women wailer, I am liberally lobotomized when it comes to the condemnation of radical Islam and Sharia law on women around the globe. As women are persecuted, once again, we progressives keep socialistically silent except for our hooey hashtags we occasionally send out with a sullen, snarky expression. Even as recently as when young women are jailed for dancing to the world’s happiest song, or a pregnant woman is threatened with execution for her religion, we keep our PC silent script and continue to harp about birth control freebies. We sing and dance to the new sexist sidestep (being that our current racist rumba has become too déclassé) trying to entrap female voters while ignoring that many women around the globe face fatal retribution for even considering the same.
But in the midst of all the shaming of expression, comes a tiny sister from Italy with a voice of freedom. Suor (Sister) Cristina Scuccia of the Ursuline Sisters of the Holy Family in Milan, Italy, has wowed audiences around the globe with her talent. She sings with her whole heart and dances with enthusiasm, praising the gifts she has received from a higher source. In fact, she states, her talents led her to her to becoming a nun. As a novice, she uses her voice to reach children and troubled teens in the streets of Brazil. Suor Cristina has come proudly singing and dancing in the face of Islam who continues to violently condemn its women for doing the same. Her original audition on Italy’s version of “The Voice” hit 30 million in just seven days and she continues to enchant viewers worldwide. While we, liberal feminist, see women terrorized and keep a deafening silence.
So as we liberals swoon thinking our Hallelujah Hillary will right all our womanly woes or waste our time relishing in hearing Tupac’s last two predictable words, there is a little singing and dancing nun who shows the world what freedom for women and religion really sounds like.