This is from the 2010 Georgia Code:
O.C.G.A. 16-11-38 (2010)
16-11-38. Wearing mask, hood, or device which conceals identity of wearer
(a) A person is guilty of a misdemeanor when he wears a mask, hood, or device by which any portion of the face is so hidden, concealed, or covered as to conceal the identity of the wearer and is upon any public way or public property or upon the private property of another without the written permission of the owner or occupier of the property to do so.
(b) This Code section shall not apply to:
(1) A person wearing a traditional holiday costume on the occasion of the holiday;
(2) A person lawfully engaged in trade and employment or in a sporting activity where a mask is worn for the purpose of ensuring the physical safety of the wearer, or because of the nature of the occupation, trade, or profession, or sporting activity;
(3) A person using a mask in a theatrical production including use in Mardi gras celebrations and masquerade balls; or
(4) A person wearing a gas mask prescribed in emergency management drills and exercises or emergencies.
So unless it’s Halloween, or you’re a hockey goalie, or playing Phantom of the Opera, or there’s a state of emergency, no disguises are allowed in public places. Until now¹. Perhaps ‘b(5) Because Islam.‘ is just around the corner for the state of Georgia?
Encasing females in body bags was never about the few who live in places where there is individual freedom, but about the vast majority who live in situations where there is none, whether in free lands or not. In either case a disguise is a disguise. Perhaps in 100 years’ time we’ll understand why this cultural destruction took place and why no one did enough to stop it.
¹ The Signal, Sean Keenan; ‘Niqab-wearing Muslim student refuses teacher’s request to unveil‘