- The little mosque that couldn’t: We’re so boundlessly tolerant we tolerate endless dreary shows about how intolerant we are
“I went on to explain that back in the nineties, sitcoms and movies began introducing gay characters who were the most likeable and got all the best lines, and that Muslims were likely to be the lucky beneficiaries of a similar dispensation.”
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