Have you ever felt scared because of what you're wearing? For some Muslim women, it's something they think about every time they go out.
The hijab - the Islamic headscarf - has been the centre of racism and social debate. It's been denounced as divisive and regressive, reducing women to "things", but is this a Western misunderstanding?
Panorama asks Khalid, whose mum and sister wear the hijab, and the author of UNSW's 'Challenging Racism' project.