Playboy Features Hijab for the First Time

by Village Idiot 9 Replies latest social current

  • Village Idiot
    Village Idiot

    Don't know about you guys but I've always found something erotic about Muslim women wearing the Hijab and, not the Burkha, but a modest loose dress that leaves plenty to the imagination. It has an air of the mysterious like I want to actually get underneath it and explore what most men are not allowed to see in the relatively modest dresses of Western women.

    Here's an article on Miss Playboy Bunny:

    Any fantasizers out there?

  • DesirousOfChange

    Ever hear of Bali-wood? I'm sure some of their movie productions are porn...................DOC

  • jws

    A hijab and nothing else? That sounds cool. But Playboy went no-nudes didn't it?

    Yes, there is a certain amount of allure to what you can't see. That's what makes some clothes sexier than nudity. But I don't personally find the head as one of those places. A beautiful face is good enough. I personally don't think "I've got to see the hair".

  • LoveUniHateExams

    There are a fair few young Muslim women where I live that wear the hijab and tight, almost see-through dresses or skirts. You can see if they're wearing thong underwear.

    They show off their ass but cover their hair up.

    But hey, I'm not complaining.

  • Vidiot

    Oh, yeah.. a hijab.


  • Vidiot

    @ LoveUni...

    Maybe they figure, "hey, the Prophet got his freak on; why can't I?" :smirk:

  • Sanchy

    Desperate marketing attempt.

  • jeanniebeanzz

    why would a muslim woman even be in such a publication? doesn't that go against the very core of their beliefs on modesty? :/

  • EndofMysteries

    Hijab sounds like a word you'd hear on Street Fighter. "Hiiiijab!!" Hiiiiijab! Aduuuuken!

  • JWdaughter

    I think reading the article may clarify her reasons. I have not, so I could only speculate.

    I hate to ruin any fantasies, but many hijabis are just wearing normal, everyday clothes underneath, in fact, some women just cover their hair and wear jeans and a tunic top. Some wear as little as possible under a long overdress, cause we live in very hot climates. I don't cover my hair in the states, but I wear modest clothes.Muslim Pakistani women often wear traditional Salwar Kameez with the long scarf draped modestly over their chest, but hair is not covered-even in Pakistan. Some cover their hair for tradition, while wearing tight jeans. Sometimes they are wearing their pajamas under the robe. I did that in Mecca. Striped cotton pajama pants and a tank top. It was 105 degrees. I didn't want to pass out in the heat.

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