Female veiling and covering is on the rise across the world, at a pace never seen before. In country after country, women are beginning to more and more often accept being covered. And they accept or welcome being covered, not as something unusual, but as something expected, and even desired by them: in short, as a natural state. This is due to a variety of factors: the incredibly rapid recent global spread of Islam and its social customs, but also the desire in women to reject the superficial mores of Western society and reach for a deeper spirit. Also working towards this end is the desire of many women for and a new understanding of femininity, and to allow for the beneficial idea of dependence, which has been so disparaged in recent decades. And it works! Even those who profess no faith in Islam find not being so visible, allows them to relax in a new way in public. Though it holds no desire to promote the faith of Islam, this blog is glad for the developments that this process is bringing. Women who cover now, will find themselves in an advantageous position when a new, more obligatory or compulsory stage begins, as it gradually will, in every country. We believe that Islam will soon predominate in Europe, Western Asia, and soon will be a gradually increasing presence in North America, before its natural take over. In a global timescale, we believe that all these places are likely to fall to Islam and be taken over by its rule. Either way, even now, first the hijab, and then increasingly the much more appropriate Niqab - are there in every town, slowly but surely more accepted, and becoming increasingly common. Eventually this will simply be how women will be expected to dress: every woman, with no exceptions. The long term goal? That the Niqab become universal. The Niqab's beauty, modesty and mystery has some unmistakable appeal to women, which is why many women are more willing to accept it than western minds might expect. As it spreads, it offers a different outlook to relativism. Veiling speaks to something deep inside many females: femininity, service, modesty, a surprising feeling of freedom... It is the future for all countries, and perhaps one day, all women. This blog celebrates all of this: and the beauty of the Niqab and its wearers. Momentarily throw off the pre-judged voices that are so deep in the West, and consider how good it might feel, to try the veil....