I am not entirely certain of the meaning of this post:
The London Fog: Men should wear burkahs too: The United Nations, in collaboration with the World Mental Health Organization and the Women's Universal Suffrage organization, in collaboration with the Homeless Coalition and the Diversity and Anti-Discrimination co-operative, in collaboration with local White Male support groups overlooked by the environmental friendly are advocating mandatory burkahs for all.
I am sure this "Lisa" person is being sarcastic about something, but I'm not sure what. Is she mocking advocates for women's equality or is she mocking conservative Muslim cultures? I mean, if she's in favour of women's liberty, then I can easily surmise that she is mocking the mandatory imposition of the burqa under Taliban rule. But then she uses a trope like "White Male support group" (usually a sarcastic reference to equality-seeking politics) and then refers to "equal opportunity" in a sarcastic way (and not the sarcastic way I would use). The two propositions contained in Lisa's post are simply too difficult for me to reconcile.
And that is only the beginning of my confusion. Can someone explain to me what this woman means to tell us?