Modesty


‘No nudity, bullying, alcohol, drugs…’
Karee Santos | Sep 2 2015 | comment  
And my daughter is only entering high school.

The battle of the sexes in Kenya
Carolyn Moynihan | Jul 31 2012 | comment  
A survey asks Kenyan men and women what annoys them most about one another. Their responses are revealing.

How modesty is unremarkable
Chris Pelicano | Feb 18 2012 | comment  
My daughters told me recently that modest clothing is unremarkable in itself, but remarkable in its potential effects.

US marine gives fashion advice to Aussie women
Carolyn Moynihan | Jan 8 2010 | comment  
The life of man (and woman) in the state of nature, according to English political philosopher Thomas Hobbes is, among other things, “nasty, brutish and short” -- and that pretty well sums up the way women dress in Australia’s Northern Territory, if the opinion of a visiting American Marine Captain is anything to go by.
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