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|Offers eight activities Christian mothers and daughters can do together while discussing modesty and beauty.|
|Women, she argues are 'never so comely and fine, as when they are clothed in |
Virgin Modesty; never so amiable as ... was primarily designed to instruct
englishwomen in the latest fashions and beauty treatments, the author is quick to
|Some also argue that it is incumbent upon an exceptionally beautiful woman to |
veil the face: thus advising a woman to veil the face may be a compliment on her
beauty as much as a recommendation of modesty. (Female modesty is not just a
|Tony Kelbrat. All men are turned on by this measurement. For women, it's about .|
85, .90 waist to buttock ratio in men so the point is that we seem to have some
prewired scope within ourselves that can detect what's fertile/ attractive in the ...
|the woman who veils her appearance, and who proceeds with only one eye |
exposed, which is necessary to see the ... Kelly Olson agrees that systems of
beauty – and modesty – often functioned as means of control in patriarchal
|Who told women that they couldn't be round, that they hadtocut themselves off |
from their bodies? ... There isa beauty myth—to the extent thatwe have lost sight
of what is truly beautiful in women—but the origin of this beauty myth is our ...
|agree that flaunting our bodies is not honoring to God, I do not at all agree that |
true modesty hides a woman's feminine beauty. On the contrary, as Christa
Taylor explained, true modesty actually enhances a woman's feminine beauty,
|Many myths present a good woman as the exception, not the rule, and |
Semonides pits nine negative types against his ... veil with one hand, in a
distinctive gesture that signifies appropriate modesty while highlighting the
beauty of the face.
|Modesty is a sweet song-bird no open cage-door can tempt to flight.— Hafiz. |
Modesty is a diamond setting to female beauty. — Fanny Kemble Butler. Modesty
is bred of self-reverence. Fine manners are the mantle of fair minds. — Alcott.