If men protect women by encouraging them to wear hijab maybe because:
1) it protects them from lustful eyes of men
2) it saves you from rape
3) it is recommended by the prophet (yes, it is recommended)
4) it is a ruling in islam (yes, it is, some parents force hijab ruling on their daughters from the age when they can start walking on their own)
So, can we say that women should protect men, their husbands, by encouraging them to wear hijab because:
1) it will protect them from lustful eyes of women
2) it will save men from being raped (if you think men cannot be raped, why not?)
3) it will protect boys from the dirty intentions of dirty women who may like to have sex with young teenagers (assuming that these dirty women are among us, walking on the streets, just like in the initial case we assumed there are men on the street with lustful and dirty intentions)
It's my challenge to anyone who supports hijab here. Come and justify these points:
1) Hijab is useful
2) Hijab prevents rape
3) Hijab prevents vision from lustful eyes of dirty men
And, try to counter these points:
1) Hijab is NOT a ruling of Islam
2) Hijab is optional
3) Girls have complete freedom in deciding whether they want to wear hijab or not
And, well, in case you are unaware of one of the biggest cons of wearing hijab, did you know that girls are vulnerable to:
1) Chronical vitamin D deficiency (prolonged usage of hijab prevents UV light exposure, any girl, young or old, can become a victim)
2) Rickets (very young girls, of primary grades mostly)
And, just in case, if you are going to tell me that hijab prevents skin cancer, I'm going to tell you it's BULLSHIT unless you gave me some scientific research papers which have been published, are agreed upon by the majority, and clearly state that hijab can do what you are claiming.
Ready, set GOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
LET THE DEBATES BEGIN!
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