This is the second part of our conversation on dejabbing or removing hijab. Read the discussion from Muslimah Media Watch here.
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A Roundtable on Dejabbing Part 1, by Muslimah Media Watch
‘The Toronto Star recently had an article interviewing four women about their “dejabbing” experiences. The title is “Why we stopped wearing the hijab.” However, the seemingly simple notion of removing the headscarf is acknowledged to be a complicated process. The article explains that “From safety to spirituality, each woman has her own reasons” for no longer wearingContinue reading “A Roundtable on Dejabbing Part 1, by Muslimah Media Watch”
Is European Muslimah fashion based on conformity & fear?
‘…women are still predominantly judged based on their appearances over their abilities- factors which could be a more disturbing indicator of why Muslim women seek alternative ways to fit in with society.’ Muslimah Media Watch article, ‘Is the rise of European fashion based on conformity & fear? by Shereen Malherbe.
Is H&M’s first Muslim model a positive move into the mainstream?
‘Often our viewpoint is given by those outside of the group and associated with negative connotations or images of oppression. The spending power of young Muslim women is beginning to start a trickle of representation, but we aren’t anywhere near mainstream markets for fashion, books or films.’ An article for Muslimah Media Watch by ShereenContinue reading “Is H&M’s first Muslim model a positive move into the mainstream?”
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