The Muslim Valentine Cards From Taz Ahmed Make Fun of Stereotypes

By: Alyson Wyers - Jan 22, 2016
References: etsy & buzzfeed
These funny Valentine's Day cards designed by Taz Ahmed make puns on Islamophobic stereotypes. The card series uses snarky word play to dismantle Islamophobia while also spreading love and romance come February 14th. This is perfect for people who love uncomfortable puns and hate stereotypes. The LA-based artist uses humor to address the issue of "incorrect and simplistic perceptions of Muslim women."

Available on Etsy, the ironic Valentines come in a variety of six packs. Greetings compiled by Taz Ahmed include "You've hijacked my heart," "I have a ji-hard on for you" and "I'd let you creep sharia all over my body."

You can also track the greeting cards on social media with the hashtag #MuslimVDay.