2:52:58 PM

Ivy League brain on bikinis

Jason Evert, co-author of "How to Find Your Soulmate without Losing Your Soul," answers the question, "Is it immodest to wear a bikini?" before an audience of high school girls.

Thanks to Matthew Mehan for this tip.

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