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Freedom of Oppression

They’re quick to call it oppression
Not thinking that it was a choice
Rather force
They cement by her side
Even when she pleads that she feels free
That she feels happy and amazing
They speak as her voice
Saying that equal rights don’t exist
Yet she knows being a woman is far more greater
How much they actually matter to the misunderstood religion
As they are pictured to be chained down
Our women stay silent
Knowing that they are internally free
For this isn’t oppression
It’s expression

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