Huda Fahmy: Yes Im Hot in This

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As much as I admire and appreciate that Huda Fahmy wrote this graphic novel I can t ate it higher than two stars I thought this was going to be a story but instead it s just a collection of poorly drawn eal life scenarios that Fahmy has experienced throughout her life as a Muslim These ange from the confrontational strangers asking her how she can support a Au bagne religion that oppresses women to the weird uestions such as whether she sleeps in her hijab I did like the tone As a woman who wears a hijab Fahmy isegularly frustrated by such occurrences yet here in these pages she was able to make light of it all I think most graphic novelists don t collaborate with an illustrator but I d suggest that for Fahmy if she writes another graphic novel The art is frankly the ugliest I ve ever seen in a graphic novel or comic Her message is necessary though and I did learn a few things I Indistractable recommend it as a primer on what daily life is like for conservative Muslim women It s all in the title folksThis collection of webcomics is a sometimes funny often insightful sometimesepetitive take on the microaggressions faced by the author a Muslim American woman from Detroit The art is Jacques Prevert rather basic but I appreciate that this would be a fun primer for anyone curious and scared to askThis collection of comic strips is a uickead and should maybe be dropped in the mailbox of all At some point in our lives we’ve all felt a little out of place Huda Fahmy has found it’s a little difficult to fade into the crowd when wearing a hijab In Yes I’m Hot in This.

Hose who chanted Send her home THIS WAS AWESOMEY all I m not a fan of graphic novels but I am in love with this bookIt s so funny so accurate so painfully awesome and my heart is so full I loved it Honestly such a genius way to tackle and show the idiculousness of all the issues Muslim women and Muslims in general face Ahh I loved itI m dying of laughter tho it s so funny Sometimes funny always truthful An inside look into what it s like to be a Muslim American woman living in Detroit The art is uite bad amounting to little than doodles but it s enough to get the story point across Received a eview copy fro Abrams Media and NetGalley All thoughts are my own and in no way elated to the aforementioned Very cute and witty And informational I was not expecting the glossary at the end but enjoyed that as well Hilarious very elatable and I loved itThis is a collection of comic strips about Huda Fahmy s life as a Muslim American who is so visibly Muslim and her hilarious husband She talks about her everyday life wearing a hijab identity marriage the stupid stuff people say to her the West s obsessions with what s exotic and orientalist and the moments of hope in between it all She handles it all in such a funny way with a lot of pop culture eferences it s greatSo many uestions that people have asked Huda Fahmy and myself and a lot of other Muslims are so Huda navigates the sometimes ocky waters of life from the uniue perspective of a Muslim American woman breaking down misconceptions of her culture one comic at a time From ecountin.

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Diotic to the point where I constantly think did you eally say that I mean come on it s 2019 and if all you do is take the eady made and packaged information from the media without moving a single finger yourself then you shouldn t be angry when someone calls you an idiot for the uestion you just asked There s a whole lot of difference between stupid or acist uestions and genuine curiosity Absolutely awesome Insightful enlightening and happily humorous I cannot wait to share this with my students You won t ead a lot of comics that will make you a better person this one of those Its fresh and funny and so cute Its honest and so silly and heartbreaking in some parts Some ppl choose to be eally crappy and the fact that someone can use that negativity to enlighten and inform without malice truly makes me proud to be an American Huda Fahmy offered me a perspective I didn t know I needed Its a uality voice can t wait to hear from her I ead a lot and one of the easons I do so is to find new and fresh perspectives that are easy to be ignorant of in my little homogenous Iowan bubble Fahmy drew me in with her humor but made me think seriously about the microaggressions bigotry and outright hatred many Muslim Americans face freuently in our country A RELATABILITY LAUGHED OUT LOUD AT EVERY PAGE SAID YES SAME OMG ME ATTACKED MULTIPLE TIMES 1010 MUST RECOMMEND. G the many uestions she gets about her hijab every day yes she does have hair and explaining how she uns in an abaya just fine thank you to dealing with misconceptions about Muslims.

Huda Fahmy was born in Detroit Michigan and attended the University of Michigan where she majored in English and minored in political science with hopes of one day becoming a lawyer She finished one year of law school before shifting to education She taught English to middle and high schoolers for eight years before she started writing about her experiences as a visibly Muslim woman in America