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Respecting Your Body-The Temple of The Creator

December 28, 2011 Leave a comment

Do women respect their bodies anymore? I know some do, but a lot don’t. There’s a lot of ways to disrespect your body ( and we really don’t need to go into explaining all the ways how….. ) and one of them, of course, is wearing immodest, revealing clothing.

Immodest, revealing clothing can be: Tight leggings by themselves, low-cut shirts, bikinis, short shorts, etc.

For those of us trying to be modest, there’s someone else out there ( whether it’s TV or even people we associate ourselves with, trying to influence us differently. ( Sometimes friends don’t know that they’re influencing us! )

Which brings me to another thing: Be very careful who you hang out with and talk to. Some people are bad influences ( I know this from personal experience ) and hinder us in our walk with our Creator.

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Jerseylicious

December 28, 2011 Leave a comment

I do my best not to judge people’s attire ( believe me throughout the creation of this blog I realized I was, and still am, very naive. ) but I think we can all agree what attire makes you look like a hooker.

Which brings me to the subject of Jerseylicious.

*sigh*

( Some pics I won’t post because they’re way too immodest and I don’t want to subject any male readers I have to it. )

Jerseylicious is a ” reality tv show ” in New Jersey. It consists of several people, but their fashions are way too ” hooker-like ” and immodest. Boobs pushed up ( I wonder how many of them have had breast implants? ), ” dresses ” that could easily pass for a shirt, etc. It’s appalling with them blatantly disrespecting their bodies like this, it’s also quite sad.

Some them don’t dress immodestly all the time, occasionally they can have some very cute, fashionable, modest outfits. But if any of you have watched it, you know what I’m talking about when I say some of their ” dresses ” could easily pass for a shirt.

In my opinion, I think it can definitely influence teens, pre-teens, women, and even young girls to follow ” Jerseylicious fashions “. What do my readers think? Any comments?

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