reb•e•lu•tion (reb’el lu shen) n. a teenage rebellion against the low expectations of an ungodly culture.


A New Perspective on Modesty (Part 2)

You can read this article by Dennis Prager at our sister's excellent blog, Fearlessly Feminine. To read Part Two, click here. When you're done, come back and join the discussion below.

This concludes the mini-series. I would encourage you to take advantage of the following questions, whether or not you post your answers in the comment section. They are intended to help you think critically about what you read and apply your new-found knowledge to your own life:

1) Would you agree with Mr. Prager that the elimination of women's traditional roles have left them less powerful? Why or why not?

2) Do you think immodest dress is an expression of power for some women? Do you think that this is calculated or subconscious? Why or why not?

3) Do you agree with Mr. Prager's that we should eliminate all sexual harassment laws (except those prohibiting threats) or apply them equally to women? Why or why not?

4) Are women naive when it comes to immodest dress? What are your thoughts?

5) Would you agree with the statement, "What you attract them with you attract them to," when applied to immodest dress?