CONGRATULATIONS L’OREAL for contributing to the normalization of the Islamic supremacist hijab, a symbol of misogynistic oppression and a male-enforced modesty culture for women across the Muslim world, and now, regrettably, in the civilized counties of the West, as well. Funny how she gets away with painting her face with heavy make-up, which is forbidden (haram) in Islam.
Daily Caller Blogger and model Amena Khan, who will be featured in L’Oreal Paris’s campaign, argued that hair products should still be marketed to people who choose not to or are forced not to show their hair in public.
Adrien Koskas, L’Oréal Paris UK general manager, said that L’Oreal is “proud and excited” to be launching the campaign.
“L’Oréal Paris UK are both proud and excited to be launching such a unique and disruptive campaign for the haircare market, a category which in previous years has been perceived as the cliché of beauty advertising,” she said.
And then, there are her anti-semitic views on Israel:
Twitter users quickly pointed out the absurdity of advertising hair products using women who do not show their hair.
— Chandler (@FatJimHalpert) January 18, 2018
L'Oreal contributes to the normalization of the hijab, a symbol of actual patriarchal oppression, violence & enforced modesty culture for women across the Middle East.
How is this perfect? https://t.co/TFw0a6GWZd
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) January 18, 2018
The hijab, a symbol of female oppression, currently being mass protested in Iran, is being used by L'oreal to advertise hair products, when you can't even see the hair and this is being celebrated by HuffPost, who, when I last checked, were against women being oppressed……. https://t.co/Jx9Ck52YKG
— Count Dankula🏴 (@CountDankulaTV) January 18, 2018