by Stacy McDonald of Ladies Against Feminism and Your Sacred Calling – Why We Wear Skirts…
We have been so desensitized by our feministic culture that it’s difficult to recognize the signs of our indoctrination. Check out Three Signs that Christians have been Desensitized by Feminism to see what I mean. Dressing modestly, but in a distinctly feminine fashion, is my daughter’s and my way of living out the biblical principles we believe to be true and embracing who God has made us as women.
It’s a daily reminder to my daughters that they are “ladies” and not rough and tumble boys. It helps me to amplify my husband’s masculinity, rather than compete with it. It’s a way to be modest without distorting the fact that I’m a woman by wearing frumpy, manly, or oversized clothing, which is not the goal of feminine modesty. I want to tastefully adorn the fact that I’m a woman; not hide it.
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