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Erogenous Zones No Longer on Display

Pamela C Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 7:32 AM
Thank you, Mrs. Cushman for this article! I love style but the "Project Runway/ Victoria's Secret/Glee" role models have been an ongoing cause of conflict for my "children" and their friends - young ladies AND young gentlemen. So it's GOOD to hear that someone with standing among cultural influencers is bringing sanity back to what ought to be lovely and not the lowest form of lusty. Modest fashions are "news" because they are the exception to what has become society's norm. Change is overdue: Transcendent beauty and selfless love - most notably, a virtuous character - needs to be raised and maintained as the standard of desire. That starts in the heart...And appropriate clothes protect the heart!

Just last week, I was commiserating with other moms of middle-school teenage girls about the lack of appealing clothing available to teenage girls and the appalling state of girl teenage fashion today.

You can find a few decent outfits, (cute but not risque), but they are few and far between. Once a girl outgrows Laura Ashley's offerings, she can find little more from mass merchandisers than clothes that appear to have been designed for young, tacky sex kittens -- clothes that my mother would not have let me wear to college, much less to middle school.

According to Suzy Menkes,...