Argument: Muslim head scarves do not foster a respect for the female body
Rosie Healy. "Lifting the Turkish Ban on Hijab: A Secularist Responds". Mass Media. March 3rd, 20008 - "wearing hijab does not seem to succeed in fostering respect for the female body. This was comically represented in a scene from the recent film Persepolis, in which a young Marjane Satrapi is running to catch a bus, clad in the full Iranian chador, when she is stopped by the Guardians of the Revolution, the Iranian Islamic police. The Guardians chastise her for running because when she does so, her "behind makes obscene shapes." "Then," Satrapi retorts, "stop looking at my ass!""