I know this topic is scandalizes as it sound, and probably my pro free the nipple friend upset why I wrote like this (because I know somehow even if you support free the nipple, you support muslim at the same time). I want to point out from male perspective how hejab is unfair to men too, give you insight why half population still believe it’s “womenrights”, and why this is not about banning rights to wear. I know it unfair to women side too-which I often hear from sex positive feminist, and I’m not denying- that just want to add from other perspective. So please let me talk openly in here. I just want to be myself, and speak what I thought important (and since this topic is not mainstream, I’m PROUD to be the first who point out this).
Before start I understand also about how men-who-pro-hijab-mentality act, this men forced women what to wear-I get it, and also they “help” to create culture that unfair to men too actually.
Do you ever wonder why even after Westerner Atheist point out why “Muslim holy book” is not compatible for women rights, it’s look like the argument didn’t affect them? there’s still numerous of women come to Islam (beside their born there)? why is it there’s even many women claim it’s for women rights? I will not said my background but I know very well what ladies-pro-hijab mentality look like. So by just saying “women must covered is misogyny”, is not enough (maybe only Westerner that get it but not hejab girl (hejabi) itself). you must understand how hijab girl perceived (I’m not said I know everything but pretty sure this speculation is mostly true-I have observed it for long time).
It is because pro hejab girl, or muslim women itself have a mentality of sex-negative-feminist. Basically think female bodies have more “dignity” than male bodies, dislike men can see women bodies at public-perceived it degrading (more worse every skin of female bodies want to be considered “inappropriate” if men see it), yet at the same time dislike if she get the equal reverse situation treatment (dislike if women prohibited seeing male bodies at public or if it count as inappropriate). So “Muslim holy book” is very compatible with them (even in Quran the double standard dresscode is more contrast) so they see this as an advantage for women. They more think it’s “good” since the double standard ideology is easy to considered normal in the name of religion- like in Middle East society (they like this), and this is religion so it will make people afraid to questioned it, and also the cumpolsary in Islam to spread their believe (syari’a) include this unfair dresscode rule (which make more easy to spread this hejabi believe) this explain why this typical women view this as “womensrights”. In addition this mentality is brought to sex also where usually most of the time it’s male bodies more exploited while female one more less exploited like: the hijabi can have their sex fantasy exploiting male anatomy until the maximum one (blowjob brutal cum fantasy-tasting with mouth) while the men (lesser exploiting her) even just touching her still lesser than when this hijabi taste him + often she full clothes (Hijab / Burqa) after hijabi get her fantasy of exploiting men while her “dignity” is “protected”, mainstream still said they “sacrifice” for men (what a Bullshit) but hejabi like it. and in their sex culture mostly status quo like this. They love this “dignity win” concept & they think they-female Win, that’s the reason they try to spread their believe to create ‘Its only objectification/ sexism if Men see/ touch it’ culture because they think all women win if like that- Like sex-negative-feminist but the more hardcore one. This is the only one that they really concerned that’s the reason they don’t care about 9 years old girl married, don’t care of honor killing for women, don’t care when women must sit behind men, don’t care when other women get acid in her face, don’t care four wives, and don’t care female genital mutilation (banned male genital mutilation too by the way) etc.
I disagree when this hardcore muslimah (female) try to forced their rule, and believe to everybody- especially when it’s about: men seeing female hair or leg at public is considered “porn”, “objectification”, & “degrade” women, even if it just at public beach (not even her husband can see it), while women okay to see men with underwear at beach (even if it not her husband), this is not a great equality I think. They tend & bold to complaining even for smallest little thing to public mainstream like demanding women who already full clothes to wear more wider clothes because they hate that men can still see women curved (yet silence when in same society men peeing uncovered at public-which is more worse). After this so called “good muslimah girl” watching Magic Mike at movie (looking at hot shirtless men) they come out to complain about “how only women are objectified, and degraded”, again mainstream just easily listen to them because of what’s called political correctness especially in the name of religion + sex negative feminist…
Yup, I know there’s sex positive women who think that if women must covered at public, and never get oral pleasure is unfair too-I understand that. I wrote this specifically to pro hejab girl, and sex negative feminist … believe me this kind of people will easily understand when I wrote like this, maybe Europe people difficult to get it since by default they never experience this + already open to nudity (so couldn’t see from this perception).
Last, I understand that their “holy book” have unfairness towards female side too which already speak often, and often again, I not denying that but nether less I want people to understand from my point of view too-that unfairness happen to both sexes in Quran, and I point out how it unfair from men perspective especially from my personal view. I support women’s rights what to wear or not to wear at public (what I mentioned is the double standard apply by mainstream which create unfairness in most middle east), and ideology of ‘unfair dresscode were everybody must submit’ is different from female rights to wear, please differentiate that. I didn’t want to against Muslim or something like that- this just point out the reason what I disagree on Mid-East culture, and it’s my rights to exercise my freedom of speech.