When I first came to the U.S., I was not comfortable dressing in white jeans or wearing a white button-down shirt.
In fact, I was uncomfortable wearing a shirt at all, because the shirt I was wearing was a white cotton t-shirt that had the word “Muslim” written on it.
I was a devout Muslim, so I wore a white t-shirts to school.
I would even wear white shorts and a white shirt in the morning.
My family was mostly white, and I felt like I was just in my own little world.
I felt completely alienated from the rest of my family, my neighbors, and even my classmates.
When I got to college, my parents were so proud of me that they put up billboards around campus with pictures of me wearing the white shirt and shorts.
I didn’t wear a white blouse, so my dad and I went to a Muslim-only school in Los Angeles.
I never wore a shirt, and my family was completely unaware of my religion.
For years, I felt so ashamed and unimportant, and the thought of attending a Muslim school made me feel so uncomfortable.
For a long time, I didn.
But now, I am proud to be a Muslim, and have been for many years.
When you go to a place where you are not allowed to wear a shirt or a tie, you don’t feel comfortable.
I’ve been wearing white turtlenecks all day every day for the past two years, and if I was going to go anywhere else, I’d wear something different.
When my Muslim friends and I go out, I try to wear something that reflects our religion.
I wear hijab, which covers my hair, my face, and most of my body.
I also wear a veil, and wear a scarf in public.
I don’t wear makeup and I don, for example, wear any makeup on my face when I go to the gym or in the grocery store.
I’m also wearing head scarves around my neck and forehead to remind me that I am not a target of hate.
If you want to wear white tshirts and shorts, you’re welcome to wear whatever you want.
But if you want a white robe, a white suit, or a white T-shirt, you have to wear it.
For me, wearing the right clothes is really important.
I think it’s important for people to understand that it’s not just about being comfortable in your own skin.
If we’re going to be in the world together, we should be able to express ourselves with the right clothing and the right shoes.
In my family’s opinion, my clothing reflects my religion, and they are very proud of that.
I have never felt more comfortable in my entire life.
The hijab makes me feel more secure.
If I am going to wear the hijab, I wear it at night, and then at a place of worship.
When we pray, we always say, “Peace be upon you, O Lord, O God of the Muslims.”
It is a way of saying, “I believe in you, and this is what you want.”
It’s also a way to express the love and support that I get from my parents, who have been Muslim for 30 years.
My parents have never treated me any differently than I have, and so I have always felt comfortable.
It’s not like my parents don’t want me to be comfortable.
But they don’t have to.
My Muslim friends tell me that the hijab helps them to feel more comfortable.
If they go to their local mosque, they will have a prayer mat in the back of the room and the head of the mosque will be sitting in front of it.
They have to be careful about what they wear and when they wear it because people will think that you’re wearing the hijab.
When people think that the person in the front of the congregation is wearing the Muslim head covering, they feel less comfortable, because they don