Big news from France in the past week or so has to do with clothing and beachwear. There is this piece of clothing worn by Muslim women called a "Burkini". It's purpose is to maintain their modesty while still being able to go swimming at the beach. Well, it seems that France has outlawed the wearing of the Burkini in its post-terror-attack world.
I personally don't have an investment in what France does, or doesn't do when it comes to beachwear. I think it's an unusual law, an unusual approach to the terrorism concern, and just a downright silly argument. But, hey, it's their country.
But I have this one comment about it all:
I actually am NOT surprised that France is saying it's illegal to wear TOO MUCH clothing.