I understand and see value in the points made below, but I feel it’s a bit unrealistic. 1. Girls are on social media. 2. What they are up to: 99% put their pics up (some with full make up, some with a turban scarf with their neck showing, some with hair showing… even niqabis put their pics up). They are likely on tiktok sharing videos or FB/IG sharing pics/stories of themselves and their whole zindagi. 3. Some do use it appropriately but fact remains that most girls tend to be on social media. 4. Lots of people get most of their deeni knowledge on social media because it is accessible to them. This is why rapid Q&As that young Imams/Ustadas do on FB/IG live and stories are so popular and voguish. Where else are you going to target those girls if not on platforms where they spend most of their time on? Would you rather they access and follow non-sunni Ustadas and Alimah? Unpopular opinion: If their personal circumstances permit, Alimah/Ustadas should try to be on social media, whilst maintaining Adab. They should aim to lead by example + model how to use social media. Example: they can start by not posting pics of themselves.