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CLASSIC LADIES TEE 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton Dark Gray is 50/50 cotton/polyester Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester Seamless half-inch collar Side seamed Cap sleeves Double-needle stitched hems Taped neck and shoulders
I think it’s best to avoid these so-called high-class places like clubs and bars or cool restaurants where people generally drink and flirt with I’m a simple woman harry potter wine and paw dog shirt. It’s not like you need to be in those places for some earth-shattering reason; you have even less importance to be in those places if you’re a hijabi. Yes, I get wanting to be free to go anywhere we want as a hijabi. But, why bother going to not so nice places that won’t accept you when there are so many other better options?
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Many restaurants and businesses especially upscale do not allow headwear. Doesn’t matter whether it’s a male or I’m a simple woman harry potter wine and paw dog shirt. The fact that you are behind civilization doesn’t excuse You from following rules like anyone else. Class of person has nothing to do with it. Do some research before you start complaining. Be thankful that you are in countries where you can complain openly. You are probably there because you opted out of your countries rules. It is you who needs to drop your customs when moving to another country, not the other way around.
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This dichotomy has existed in Egypt for a long time. A photographers collection of street scenes in the 1950s of Cairo shows most ladies dressed in western or modified (long skirts) attire and virtually no hajib is, except where it was obvious they were accompanying sheepherders into town. A new Canadian writes of how upset his sisters were when their formerly non-hajib private school became a hotbed for religious intolerance and girls felt threatened if they did not cover up their hair. The photo exhibit was located in the Vancouver Art Gallery.