If you read my response carefully you will see that not once did I pin it down to ALL, simply I set a level that I figured fit best from all the things I have read, and all the ones I have spoken to aswell.
Where is the emotion in asking you why many many muslim women, especially those in westernised countries, choose not to wear the hijab, when you say it is so liberating?
In Iran considering all the tight laws and religious police that abound, why is that still women find a way to work around their clothing, so that the oh so "liberating" hijab, get's shorter, or lighter?
BBC NEWS | Middle East | Crackdown in Iran over dress codes
Forget the fact that they are cracking down YET AGAIN, one must ask why women keep trying loosen the restraints on them if it is indeed as liberating as you put it?
Yes, I am out of the clique now, so the answers would be highly dishonest.I don't know what kind of women you're talking to. Why don't you post on an Islamic forum in a women's only section and ask the same questions. I highly doubt you would get the same respection as you claim. Particularly when you tell them you're an ex Muslim.
Do you Sona?So you have the prospective of the majority of the women who convert to Islam?
If you read so many of these womens conversions stories, you would realise it was the majority too.
Girl meets boy, boy is muslim, girl falls in love, muslim boy makes his "Islam or the road" speech, and bad-a-bing, history is made.