Many European and American women are against hijabs. They think that such clothing debases the dignity of Muslim women.
But some women from the Middle East answer them in an interesting way. They say that they cover their bodies from all the men except their husbands. Women don’t care if the men around them consider them pretty or not. But they try to be beautiful for their husbands: nice clothes, expensive underwear, make-up, and hair-dos. While European and American women try to be pretty for strangers while wearing hair curlers, sweatpants, and dressing gowns at home.
Partially, I agree with that. We often forget that our husbands deserve our beauty more than anyone else. What do you think about it?
Traditional costumes of the countries of the Middle East. Folk dresses, separate pieces of national costume, clothing traditions, someone’s experience of making and using folk garments, pieces of advice for a newbie, etc.
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I'm totally against hijabs. If some one wants to cover her head, it's ok with me. Use scarves, kerchiefs and so on so forth. But hijab is too much. How can they even eat, drink, wipe lips, scratch nose... I'd never wear a hijab