One way today’s society and media has succeeded in degrading women is by influencing how they dress, and many have followed this trend seeking the fool’s gold that lay at the end of tunnel, only to discount themselves. Ladies, let us explore three viewpoints (from my perspective, of course):
Why discount yourself? Let me explain it this way: You are worth more than gold and have no price, and only the men that can grasp your value will want you cause they know your worth, but assume you begin to show too much, dress in a provocative manner because you wonder why the other females are attracting attention, or why Rihanna is being labelled as the most beautiful woman in the world by some magazine she posed in a provocative outfit for, and you think it is because they dress ‘sexy’, so you emulate this behaviour. You are now fixing a price on yourself and have degraded your worth into fitting in the price-range of the men that can afford provocative ‘sexy’. Don’t settle, don’t discount your worth.
Basically, kids learn from the older generation, especially females learn from older females, and the males from older males. One reason, I believe ladies should dress in a respectful manner is also to teach the younger generation that will watch them that they don’t need to show their bodies to become favoured or acceptable, that they don’t need to be provocative to be ‘beautiful’, that they should present themselves in the highest manner so they can be respected, dress in a dignified manner and exalt themselves by the words of their mouth and the fruits of their minds and not by the skin they reveal, and that they, never, ever, discount their worth.
If I could turn back the hands of time, I would, I would take back the sinful acts I did; but honestly, if I could go back, what is to stop me from doing it again, what is to stop me from seeing half-naked girls and getting aroused? One thing would for my experience: if the females I came across had presented themselves in a very noble fashion which was not discounted to my filthy taste. Now I am not saying that man is not at fault for the sinful desires in his heart, all I am saying my beloved ladies, is not to fuel it, for it will cost our dignities and that of future generations, and lots more.