Modesty is a controversial topic no matter how you slice it. It is controversial because it is both personal and vague: personal because our wardrobe reflects, in a sense, our heart, and vague because it can seem difficult to define. Researchers found this shocking, because they almost never see this part of the brain shut down in this way.
But where is the outrage over the cheerleader butt cheek that continues to be flashed from the sidelines? The mixed messages teenagers get make some unholy cacophony. Enough with it all, we say: Abolish dress codes, once and for all.
On a Christian site, someone said that it is a sin to wear a bikini. I do not agree because I went sailing the other day and I was the only one not wearing a bikini and the men on the boat did not gaze at the women wearing bikinis. I do not think bikinis are immodest because they can be appropriate when swimming, just not for walking around on the street or other public places.
Sign up or log in to share. I was going to say no, but by definition it kind of is. There are a couple definitions but the relevant one is: " of a woman dressing or behaving so as to avoid impropriety or indecency, especially to avoid attracting sexual attention.
This piece of clothing was considered so scandalous that mainstream models refused to wear it. This small piece of swimwear was considered so risque that Mr. As the first bikini hit the public scene, it stirred up quite the controversial discussion.
This dominant uses very lusty logic to justify sacrifices using the Garden Father's words. They would ever wear a terrible skirt immodesh some taut but would be nude from the backroom up. I dont wanna show the bunny my body.
I bought my first bikini when I moved away from home. I grew up wearing tankinis and one-piece suits out of respect for my parents and the Christian culture in which I was raised. At first, fitting in with the other girls made me feel better about myself. But as the summer wore on, I questioned my reasons for buying the swimsuit, and eventually I put it away entirely—and not because of my parents or my church.
I agree. I think your explanation of Modesty is spot-on. Yet in regards to the other article, as a man who has militantly struggled with lust in the past, I probably would have stated that all would've been easier if all the beautiful women around me would just dress a little
Male college students at Princeton University recently took part in studies of how the male brain reacts to seeing people wearing different amounts of clothing. The test subjects were placed in a brain scanner and for a fraction of a second were shown photographs of women in bikinis, as well as men and women dressed modestly. When the young men viewed the scantily clad women, the part of their brain associated with tool use lit up. Even though some of the images were shown for as little as two-tenths of a second, the most easily remembered photographs were of bikini-clad women whose heads were cropped off the photos!