This is an interesting article from the Salt Lake Tribune.
Modesty matters, Jensen says, but “the way we teach it matters even more.”
“The current discourse on modesty undermines women’s relationship to themselves, to their sexuality, and to men,” LDS sex therapist Jennifer Finlayson-Fife writes in the most recent issue of Exponent II. “Far from protecting females from seeking male approval, the rhetoric on modesty unwittingly reinforces it. At the same time we are taught that pleasing men through sexual availability is not necessary, we are taught to please men and God by covering and suppressing our sexuality.”
Either way, women are sexual objects.
Read the entire article on the Salt Lake Tribune…
This is another great article that really focuses on the messaging we, Mormons are communicating in the discussion on modesty. Asking the question is this messaging really getting us to where we want to go? Or is it taking us down some different path, a path that leads to corruption.