Writing females hasn’t been difficult at all, as long as I always remember to think of them as humans first and women second. I have tried to write from the heart and all people are pretty much the same on the inside. We all want to be liked, useful, wanted, needed and loved unconditionally.
When we look at the advertisement industry where they sell all kind of things using woman’s body to incite feelings in the mind of people then it is obvious when someone who is exposing their busts and breasts would induce same feelings sexual arousal. In most of advertisement cover we found women’s body full or half naked. This is not good at all. This is not the Muslim women suppose to be.
In the west one can go and have sex with girl friend and with others of opposite sex and thus there is avenue for sexual energy release. Mistreating a woman is just a joke to them. The mind is affected by what we see. If women are depicted in a bad way that is how young mind get conditioned.
First of all you are totally mistaken, before Islam, women were used to be inherited like furniture but when Islam came he gave women the same rights as men and this is mentioned clearly in Holy Quran. Islam represents ideal and logic equity with full understanding of each gender’s role. Islam encourages the Muslims in general to stand out among the people; the Muslim woman, in particular, is encouraged to be distinct from other people in her appearance, because this reflects well on her, and on her husband, family and children.
A woman doesn’t need to be particularly strong or intelligent or talented to be a good character. She just needs to be human. The outward appearance of a woman cannot be separated from her inner nature: a neat, tidy and clean exterior reflects a noble and decent inner character, both of which go to make up the character of the true Muslim woman. The smart Muslim woman is one who strikes a balance between her external appearance and internal nature. She understands that she is composed of a body, a mind and a soul, and gives each the attention it deserves, without exaggerating in one aspect to the detriment of others. In seeking to strike the right balance, she is following the wise guidance of Islam which encourages her to do so.
The Hijaab is not just a piece of cloth that covers hair. It changes you mentally and spiritually. Think of it as a way for Allah to protect the women. As soon as you wear the Hijaab, hopefully, your whole perspective on self-respect and values will automatically change. Non-Hijaabis are defying Allah’s laws and risking His punishment, so you have a better chance of achieving this feeling by the Hijaab.
If you are a Muslim female who feels that she has been lacking in her religious duties, it is not too late to turn that around, regardless of your age or what you have done. Allah forgives minor sins for He is All-Understanding and All-Forgiving. Even if you feel that you’re already too deep to become the good Muslim that you truly can be.