Here's a YouTube video of WhiteGirlRevert who decided to take off her hijab:
...not all Muslims are going to be very nice about this. ... I really am not in the mood for, like, paragraphs on how I'm going to hell and stuff.
In Islam, we're meant to value our ummah. The reactions of our ummah matter, and for a Muslim woman in particular, the reactions of her sisters.
Question: If a Muslim woman abandons hijab, how would other Muslim women typically react?
I'm looking for a succinct overview (e.g. "typical experiences are X, Y and Z, as documented in [something, maybe a support group information sheet, or psychology paper, or even just a collection of links giving examples]", or "having done this myself, my experiences were A, B and C"). I found a few random experiences described online; this is the flavour of what I'm looking for, but I'm after something stronger than "a few random Google hits" (perhaps even supported by actual experience):
Some of my friends broke contact with me because of my decision. -- Honest Reflections on Hijab from an Ex-Hijabi
I was shunned from the Muslim community for not abiding by what they thought hijab should be... -- Ex-Hijabis Reflect on Decision to Remove Veil
At least 80 percent of the hijabis or non-hijabis take it off and put it on in transitions of their lives. For me and I am sure others, it has become normal. -- Ex-Hijabis Reflect on Decision to Remove Veil