Sailor Judaism, Sailor Christianity, and Sailor Islam. Civilian names: Rebekah, Maria, and Aïcha.
Sailor Judaism has the motifs of the tallit
worked into her bows; men are obligated to wear them, but for women they're either optional or forbidden, depending on who you ask. (As with most religious garments, my preference is for "optional.") Sailor Christianity's weapon is based on the Papal Cross
, a ceremonial staff used by the Pope. Sailor Islam's uniform was designed with the burkini
in mind: functional and classy without compromising modesty. (Again, it's an option, which she chooses.)
Not sure about their countries of origin. Maria is from South America, and Aïcha is either from France or northern Africa, and that's as far as I've gotten. Any thoughts?Tumblr: Reblog from here, don't repost!
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