The commonality in most religions is that head coverings are viewed as a sign of modesty, and/or embody both religious customs and practical purposes.
What religion makes you cover your hair?
While today some women cover their hair as a fashion statement or as a result of illness or medical treatment, many do so for religious purposes. The practice of people wearing head covers and veils for religious purposes is an integral part of all three monotheistic religions: Christianity, Judaism and Islam.
At what age does a girl start wearing a hijab?
According to Islam the girl should start to practice Islam ( including wearing Hijab ) once she get her first period. Before that age she is not obligated to pray, fast or wear hijab. Some parents try to make the girl get used to practice Islam at young age to make it easy for her when she grow up.
Who can see me without my hijab?
Obviously, any female figure can see you without a hijab.
- your parent’s sisters, but not her husband because he (your uncle) married into the family and isn’t your immediate relative.
- your parent’s brothers.
- your children.
- your grandchildren, etc.
- the children of your siblings.
Can nuns wear tampons?
Can nuns wear tampons? As if…). Nothing in catholic doctrine prohibits the use of hygienic devices of whatever kind, medical exams and any other non-sexual activity that concerns the genitalia. That includes tampons, menstrual cups, intravaginal untrasounds etc.