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A Come Back for Modesty: Why Women Should Not Bare All

posted by Linda Mintle

Modesty–a word that sounds like a throw back to another time.

But not every young person is shunning the idea of modesty despite the celebrity trend to bare all.

In fact, a friend sent me a link to a short video (about 9 minutes) of a young woman who has not bought the lie that taking off your clothes means power for women. When women are scantily dressed, they become nothing more than sexual objects to men. And she quotes brain science to prove her point. I could not agree more.

So, I am featuring this short FB video from Jessica Rey who not only powerfully presents her message but also took action to make a difference. Wait until you see how she responded and makes modesty fashionable again.

Moms of teens, we need more Jessica’s out there. Jessica, thanks for taking your message public and creating what you did.  CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO WATCH.

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  • Linda Mintle

    Thanks Tony!

  • Tony P.

    Modesty never left with me,I’ve always treated women like they were the most important people in the world,because any man can help create a baby but not a one can do it without a woman,so seeing them in trendy clothing and baring what they see fit or how secure they feel in their own bodies is something neither man nor woman should take from them,keep the pride in yourselves ladies and refuse to let anyone take you back anywhere near the dark ages.

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