A follow up question to the discussion that started here.
> A married woman must cover her hair because it’s considered “nakedness.” That is, for a married woman > to walk in the street with her hair uncovered is indecent.
Why is a married woman's publicly exposed hair indecent, but a wig OK (especially when, from what I've heard, the wig is often more attractive than the natural hair it has damaged)? Isn't it kinda like a woman wearing a T-shirt with a picture of breasts, or, more accurately, a shirt with a replica of breasts?
Anyway, while we're on the subject, here's an interview with an OJ woman discussing hair covering:
Update Jan 20 2012: I found a post on Ki Sarita that discusses this question here. The comments to the posts are also worth reading.