OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Monday, May 5

#6424

QUESTION:
To the non-muslims here, have you ever hit on/asked out a hijab wearing girl? If so, what was her reaction?

23 comments

  1. I did, her brother came home with a knife the other day.

    Talking seriously, doesnot work - I tutor a hijab wearing girl - her brother sits through the lessons

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  2. i wouldn't bother

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  3. Wouldn't bother here either.

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  4. I kinda dated a Muslim girl, but she didn't cover her head. I asked her why, and she said something about it's not necessary to religion except when praying, and refuses to let men control her like that. I'm glad, because she was beautiful.

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  5. most hijabis are rude anyways.

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  6. as an ex-hijabi damn the wind feels great.

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  7. I wouldn't have a problem dating a women in a hijab, but if they're wearing a hijab my assumption is they would not want to date me (non-muslim).

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    1. Good call.

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    2. As a hijab-wearing woman I normally wouldn't date a non-muslim guy - but some guys are so goddamn sweet they're worth breaking rules for :)
      -OP

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  8. Awkotaco to you allllll. Hijabi here, and I can say that if you honestly want to ask her out, just start as friends and hang for coffee on campus or something. It's the girl wearing the hijab's discretion to make her limits. Life's too short so do what you'd like, if it hoes well it does and if it doesn't it doesn't. I wouldn't outright say, hey I wanna go out with you, but rather hey can we be friends? Hijabis do not want to be lonely for life either, haha. Oh and to those haters who feel the need to justify the reasoning for my answer or whya hijabi would say this- you have no right too.wear it, people wear it, not you. If they don't they don't. You find girls wearing less sexy? Some guys find girls wearing more equally as attractive. So go Holla your haterd somewhere else.

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    1. ? What did I just read ?

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    2. i have now profiled all hijabi wearers to be terrible at english

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    3. can somebody translate this into english please?

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    4. ok, i translated to arabic first via google translate, then back to english

      here is the result:

      Awkotaco you allllll. Diaphragmatic here , and I can say that if you honestly want to ask her out , just start as friends and hang out for coffee on campus or something . It's a girl wearing a headscarf discretion to make limitless . Life is too short so do what you want , and if so it does not hoes and that if you do not happen . I would not say explicitly , hey I want to go out with you , but hey we can be friends? Hijabis not want to be lonely life either, haha . Oh , and those haters who feel the need to justify the logic of my answer or diaphragmatic whya to say this , you do not have the right too.wear , people wear it , not you . If they do not, they do not . Find girls wear less sexy ? Some men find girls wear more attractive and equally . So go to your hula haterd elsewhere .

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    5. Thanks 8d it makes sense now

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  9. Lol you guys, I can perfectly understand what she said and I m sure none of you are dumb enough to NOT understand it. That said, I'd say hijabis are pretty much stereotyped. While most of them would prefer to remain single by choice, some of them are comfortable with going out. But please start slow with a coffee or something, not a hey can we have sex?
    Huge turn off that one is.

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    1. I want you to give an honest answer: would you actually have sex with a guy before marriage?

      Because sex is an important factor for most people, & I would not date a person who would not want to be intimate.

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    2. 9a, quite honestly I wouldn't, for a number of reasons. Let's just say I respect myself too much for being some guys temporary pleasure place. And then move to another guy. And another before settling down with someone else. So no. But that's just me.

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  10. OP here...go easy on the hijabis guys! okay fine I'm just saying that because I'm a hijabi myself :O lol

    I actually asked that question because I've had white guys on campus ask me out and it caught me off guard because I always thought non-muslim guys would just consider them off limits - which made me wonder if they were serious or if it was some sort of social experiment

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    1. lol wtf

      if it happens once, maybe you can discredit it as a social experiment but repeated times with different people?

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  11. lol yeah most cases were pretty subtle...but this one time a random white guy followed me out of SLC and ask for my number ..I got slightly creeped out because he was pretty persistent so I ended up being rude to him...still wondering if he deserved the bitch level rejection...

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  12. ps. 11 was OP...forgot to add it as a reply to 10.a
    -OP

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