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The first woman to wear a hijab in Playboy is an activist and journalist

For the first time ever, a Muslim woman wearing a hijab was pictured in the historically risqué pages of Playboy. But it wasn't the kind of spread the publication is famous for. Along with her headscarf, Tagouri wore a leather jacket with jeans and sneakers. And the real focus was on her words. The magazine named her one of its 2016 Renegades, a series honoring men and women in industries from media and porn to comedy and video game development.
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