I don’t have much to add, except the ‘modesty campaign’ is back. Read more about that here: http://www.justhere.qa/2014/05/modesty-campaign-relaunched-who-defines-it/
What’s with women’s clothing? Everyone has an opinion on it. No one judged Steve Jobs on his ill-fitting jeans and boring black turtlenecks.
Without exaggeration, I am quite sure my very first memory is of someone telling one of the many women in my family what was appropriate clothing.
This when the men roamed around bare-chested, and an ugly lungi (sarong) tied well below their belly and folded above the knee, for good measure.
But goodness forbid if a woman had the freedom to dress as she pleases. The skirt was too short, the tee shirt too revealing, the sari blouse too deep, the sari too transparent, the kurta too tight, the dupatta not modest enough… it never ends.
And if by some gentleman’s (I use the term loosely) standard your dress is not appropriate enough, then he had the right to treat you in an unladylike fashion.
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