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Modesty or Ugliness in the UK

Reader comment on item: Muslim Hours at Municipal Swimming Pools in the West

Submitted by Carla (United States), Aug 17, 2009 at 09:25

Surely the overall of these females are not beautiful like those Glamorous Muslims, cited in another article.

So, it is also kind of comfortable to have the chance to hide their obesity (and ugliness), even among muslim females (Not to be judged).

NO doubt it is highly unhealthy to swim in these pools, obviously.

I would never dare to go to these swimming pools even after being theoretically disinfected.

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