Playboy will feature a woman wearing a HIJAB in its magazine for the first time in the publication’s 63-year history.
“The men and women in this series will change how you think about business, music, porn, comedy, gaming and more,” the magazine states.
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The West Virginia-born journalist “makes a surprising bold case for modesty,” Playboy said in its article. “As a badass activist with a passion for demanding change and asking the right questions, accompanied by beauty-ad-campaign looks, Tagouri forces us to ask ourselves why we have such a hard time wrapping our minds around a young woman who consciously covers her head and won’t take no for an answer,” the magazine added.
— Noor Tagouri (@NTagouri) September 27, 2016
Tagouri, who graduated from college at age 20, has a clear goal: Become America’s first hijabi news anchor on television. And she’s well on her way to accomplishing that.
The first-generation Libyan American’s already got a devoted fanbase on YouTube and has more than 150,000 followers on Instagram. She also gave her first Tedx Talk last year on identity and rebellion.
I don’t care what Muslim boys think about Noor Tagouri or any other hijabi woman. fix how you present your own self before you come for her.
— farwz (@farwzaz) September 26, 2016
“I believe in rebellion as a form of honestly. To be our most authentic self is to rebellious.” She added to the Huffington Post
“I know what it’s like to have the narrative of our community be skewed and exploited in the media,” she told Playboy. She said she can tell potential sources and subjects, “Hey, I know what it’s like to be misrepresented in the media. I won’t do that to you. I want to tell your story because it’s important and deserves justice.”
— Christa Blackmon (@TheOdalisque) September 28, 2016
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