29 Jul 2010
“With admiration for the greatness you are building when nobody sees.”
HT to Ruth. Share this with all the Cathedral Builders you know.
Nicole’s sketch “The Invisible Woman” brings a powerful message of hope to every taken-for-granted woman in today’s world. This video shared with permission from Fresh Brewed Life, Inc. and Nicole Johnson.… Read the rest...read more
20 Jul 2010
Wow, I was quoted in Business World!!! Thanks to GS for sending me this link!
Capital View — By Mercedes B. Suleik
Fashion and Style vs. Modesty
To be fashionable, does one have to be immodest? Does being attractive mean that a woman should arouse the prurient attention of man? Do fathers and mothers want their daughters to be objects of lust? Their sons to be salivating brutes?
These days, it would seem, there is an overwhelming tendency to flaunt and exhibit a woman’s body…and yes, for that matter a man’s as well. We see this in magazines, print advertisements, … Read the rest...read more
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04 Jun 2010
UPDATE:Yeah, I was right. Not only a ‘modeling’ job, but her goal is to be a Playboy Playmate.
What ‘cha think?
Having worked with women in the fashion industry and in television, I tend to bet a bit skeptical about her story. Citi wouldn’t hire her, train her, and then fire her…too expensive. And they’re too large of a company to not ‘cover their tracks’ if they DID fire her for dressing provocative. So I tend to think that she’s trying to get media attention and some sort of “modeling” job. Especially after I read some of her … Read the rest...read more
03 Jun 2010
Are we confusing femininity with feminism?
The article says that even up until five years ago, being referred to as a “tomboy” was unconventional, eccentric and/or bizarre. Now, being a tomboy is something to strive for…? And they define “tomboy” as, “adventurous, confident, independent, rebellious, and ballsy.”
Frankly, I love being a FEMININE, adventurous, confident, independent, and yes….rebellious woman! (Tell me it’s not rebellious for a woman in this culture to wear SKIRTS and DRESSES every day!!!) (I choose not to be the last term).
Read what our culture is holding up as a goal these … Read the rest...read more
Posted in Dressing with Dignity, Fashion, Feminism, Masculinity, Modesty, Skirts | Tagged Dietrich, dignity, Dresses, dressing, Fashion, feminine, femininity, Feminism, Hepburn, Katherine, Marlene, Masculinity, pants, Skirts, society, Tomboy, woman, women | 32 Responses
10 Feb 2010