November 2015 issues of Playboy magazine are seen on the shelf of a bookstore in Bethesda, Maryland on October 13, 2015. AFP PHOTO/MANDEL NGAN
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Playboy magazine, once famous for bunnies and soft porn, for the first time is featuring a Muslim woman wearing a hijab, in a spread that is drawing both praise and criticism.Tagouri, who is of Libyan descent and whose goal is to become the first "hijabi" anchor on commercial U.S. television, says that her struggles as a Muslim woman growing up in the United States have helped her move ahead in her career.Tagouri, who has a social media following of more than 100,000, first gained attention after launching the viral #LetNoorShine campaign in 2012 .Blogger Nishaat Ismail also questioned in an opinion column the wisdom of Tagouri associating with an institution "based on the objectification of women".
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