Should we ban the Burka? The sight of women walking down a British high street wearing a burka is becoming more common. The other day I was shopping in Tesco when two ladies walked in wearing Burkas. I think that I was the only lady in the store who looked at them. Nobody else raised an eyelid. I am not sure that it is right, and it is not like the Burka is part of a traditional dress here in the UK. It is all a bit odd to me.
Like I said to my beautiful friends at London escorts, you have to wonder who is underneath that Burka. It could be a man for all that I know. We are all anxious about terrorism, but we allow women to walk around in what can only be called a disguise. Sure, a man can put on a little, but if mascara and you could easily mistake him for a woman under that Burka. We live in such troubled times that we need to look out for things like this. To me, it is kind of scary.
I don’t have a problem with ladies wishing to hide their ankles and hair, but I do think that it is a bit odd wanting to hide the rest of your body as well. Not even my Muslim friend can understand. I have spoken to the other girls here, and they don’t worry about it too much. Many ladies dressed up in everyday Muslim dress are beautiful, but I wouldn’t say I like it when they take it to extremes.
London is undoubtedly very multicultural, and many of the gents that I meet at London escorts come from all over the world. That is not a problem for me, and I like to meet people from different cultures. I wouldn’t say I like having different cultures imposed on me, and I think that some people in London do that today. I love London’s diversity, but I also believe that some people take it to extremes and abuse it. We should never do that.
In the future, I think that we will see more people dressed differently in London, but I do believe that we should do something about the Burka. There is no way that girls at London escorts would get away with wearing a Burka. I know that many ladies wear something different underneath and take the Burk off as soon as they come home. But what I don’t understand is why they need to go to the extreme to wear the Burka in the first place. If they are happy to wear jeans and a long-sleeved blouse underneath the Burka, why not wear them in the first place. It is all very odd to me, and I am not sure that I will ever get used to it.