Fashion ethics

Kippah (pronounced kee-pah) is the Hebrew word for the skullcap traditionally worn by Jewish men. It is also called a yarmulke or koppel in Yiddish. Kippot (plural of kippah) are worn at the apex of a person’s head. After the Star of David, they are probably one of the most recognizable symbols of Jewish identity.

I have seen many of these but never the following;

Camouflage yarmulke for those for those Jewish guys hunting for fleshica meats.

A yarmulke with the Canadian flag on it.

A yarmulke in green representing the Irish Jew.

A yarmulke in yellow for the Chinese Jew.

A yarmulke in pink for the Jew with an alternative life style.

A fuzzy ball on the top of the yarmulke for those with a sense of humor.

Now some of you maybe offended but is the garb such as not to be avant guarde.

Now let us look at the reverse, Muslim women and the hijab.  Can they be adorn with colors and slogans?  Or is it against the rules?

Africans wear  dashiki shirts and the colors are amazing.  Could that cross over into yarmulkes and hijabs.  What do you think?



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