05 Aug 2011
So … um … Emma, what happened? What changed? Why didn’t you stick to what you believed so passionately a couple years ago? Have you seen any of Emma’s recent photos from the red carpet or modeling shoots? Let’s just say the world isn’t “wondering” anymore. My guess is that Emma may have changed her opinion about being sexy to conform to what the rest of Hollywood says....read more
25 May 2011
Having issues with your children on what to wear to Mass?...read more
05 Aug 2010
Everywhere good Christian men go, women are unbelievably UN-helpful. Flaunting. Revealing. Immodest. Out in the world, we wouldn’t really expect anything else, but when it’s women in the Church, that’s a different story. So, in honor of awesome guys everywhere, I would like to present my Top Ten Reasons Why Modesty Gets a Yawn in hopes that all of us ladies can wake up, start being “teachers of good things” and consider how to provoke other women to love their brothers!...read more
04 Aug 2010
From a psychologist’s perspective, the number one reason men seek counseling is due to porn and that women’s immodest attire lends itself to that. Interesting!
HT to Jennifer.
Full article here, bits below.
As the weather becomes warmer, the clothes start coming off. While summer is appreciated and welcomed, especially in areas that have winter climates, it also brings real and difficult sexual temptation. As we celebrate the warmer weather, let’s make sure we don’t forget how and why to serve our “neighbor.”
…Porn is the number one counseling issue with men, whether they come to counseling … Read the rest...read more
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02 Aug 2010
Women sevens rugby…that’s another story.
Full story here, bits below.
Kitted out in tight-fitting headscarves and full tracksuits to protect their modesty, the players caused quite a stir when they played in Europe for the first time.
In all the matches the team played wearing the ‘maghnaeh’, a veil that fully covers the head, shoulders and neck, along with red tracksuit tops and bottoms.
A quarter of a century ago, in the early years of the 1979 Islamic revolution when competitive sports for women were strongly discouraged, it would have been unthinkable for Iranian women to play a sport … Read the rest...read more