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Secularism neutrality: the case of ‘no clothes’

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/quebec-laicity-secularism-bill-1.5075547

Where particular clothes are more value-laden than others. A ‘clothing-optional’ society would solve a plethora of economic, psychosocial and environmental problems.


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