Or maybe just stop being so weird. Or, I dunno, move to a Muslim country.
I guess they’d rather bitch and moan and play the victim than just do something.
Like many who wear the hijab, Chowdhury couldn’t find a high-end salon that could give her the privacy she requires as a conservative Muslim and the stylish haircut she wants as a young, modern woman.
“It shouldn’t be this hard for a Muslim woman in Toronto to get a good hair cut,” says Chowdhury of her years of searching for a salon, from Yorkville to Markham. “We just want a place where we feel normal, and can get our money’s worth.”
Instead, she and many others across the city have accumulated a war chest of hijabi horror stories – tales of having men walk in on them, of being shunted into basements and backrooms, of mediocre haircuts or worse, and of being forced to pay a premium for even this accommodation.
From the comments:
Do Muslim women realize that the majority of men working in hair salons are gay and therefore uninterested in YOU, women, sexually?