Women in chadors are really feminist ninja warriors. Rather than allow themselves to be gawked at by male strangers, they choose to defeat the "male gaze" by hiding from it in plain view.
But don't you worry: Beneath that chador, abaya, burqa, or veil, there is a sexy courtesan wearing "Victoria Secret, elegant fashion, and skin care lotion," just waiting for her husband to come home for a night of wild and sensuous marital lovemaking.
Obviously, these are not my ideas. I am quoting from a piece by Naomi Wolf that appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald a few days ago. Yes, Wolf is the bubbly, feminist author who once advised Vice President Al "The Climate" Gore on what colors he should wear while campaigning and who is or was friendly with Gore's daughter. Full disclosure: I have casually known Wolf and her parents for more than a quarter-century.