this retailer sells a halal nail polish. this allows for oxygen and water to go through the nail, which makes it acceptable to wear during prayer. spread the word. 

“Being a relatively modern creation, nail polish remains obviously unaddressed by early Islamic sources. But the general consensus in the Islamic community is that praying with nail polish is impermissible because of the waterproof barrier it creates on nails, which prevents the wudu ritual from being completed five times a day.” (source)


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This sale ends April 15th so take advantage while you can!!

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kawaiistomp replied to your post: i called victoria’s secret today becau…

Nobody want’s to be stared at especially when they’re shopping for unmentionables, if he would’ve actually BEEN shopping it wouldn’t be a problem but he wasn’t, he was gawking at other women in the store. It’s unfortunate that they cared so little.

YES! exactly… like i have no problem with men being in the store. they’re free to do so, but as i mentioned - he was literally just standing there. he was there for over 10 minutes in one place then moved to another place later and stood there for even longer. smh.

i called victoria’s secret today because i had an issue with what i saw on my receipt. during my conversation i told her that the same day i purchased these items, i was in the store and trying to look at their lacy panties that i love so much. however, this time i couldn’t look at them. why? because some guy was just standing there looking at all the women that were browsing bras, panties, and lingerie. i tried to go over there near him to see if he would move because he could’ve noticed that wanted to get over there but he didn’t budge. i told my mom who was with me that i wanted to look at a certain type of underwear but that guy was just standing there and i wasn’t going to have him look at me while i picked out panties.

she pulled an employee to the side and told her our situation. we already knew they probably couldn’t do anything (i’ll get to that in a minute) but we wanted to let them know. this woman simply tells us, “oh, don’t be embarrassed.” …. excuse me? embarrassed? embarrassed about what? my mom quickly says, “she’s not embarrassed. she’s uncomfortable.” honestly, what the fuck? “don’t be embarrassed” … really? if i was embarrassed about shopping for underwear in public i would’ve ordered online. that’s like the police telling a girl calling about a pepping tom to not be “embarrassed” … she’s obviously not embarrassed, she’s uncomfortable with people looking at her getting dressed, showering, and doing other intimate things that are usually done in private.

so after i’m finished telling this customer service rep about my experience, she quickly says that just because this person is a man that they can’t go to him and ask him to move. (this is important) she said he could be shopping for his wife or girlfriend. that’s all i needed to hear. victoria’s secret is so concerned with how much money they can potentially make that they could care less how their customers feel when they come into their store. so i guess if any men out there would like to go into a victoria’s secret and women-watch they’re free to do so since victoria’s secret is more concerned with the chance they might have a girlfriend or wife they’re shopping for or with than if they’re being perverts. i think i’ll stick to shopping online if i ever actually buy from victoria’s secret again.

what do y’all think about this?

Disney’s Alice in Wonderland (1951)

Disney’s Alice in Wonderland (1951)

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