talking of which:
Her mega-watt confidence, poise, and beauty caught the notice of a modeling agency, and she’s been seen everywhere including the runway (Yeezy, Alberta Ferretti), covers of glossies (Vogue UK, Allure), and even the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue where she sported burkinis for the first time in the magazine’s history.
It’s true that certain Islamic countries prohibit women from wearing certain types of clothes in public, but why should Western democracies employ the same bans in reverse?https://www.peacefuldumpling.com/halima-aden
Bans are problematic due to the martyr effect but there's nothing wrong with discouraging/criticising (rather than celebrating) certain clothing choices. Popping the balloon of islamo-feminism is essential to deflate the arrogant ego and confused thinking of muslims in the west.