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Suad Joseph, Afsāna Naǧmābādī - 2003 - 564 pages
|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
|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,
|B£RNARD MANDEVILL£ (1670_i733) Modesty serves women's real interests; it |
increases their beauty; indeed it is the flower of beauty; it excuses ugliness, it is a
charm to the eye, a magnet to the heart, a protector of virtue and of union and ...
|Lamenting the stress-inducing pressure that modern society places on young women to be sexually active, the author calls for a renewed respect for women's privacy and their desire to take intimacy seriously.|
Mary Beth Mills - 1999 - 218 pages
|Nevertheless, key aspects of thansamay womanhood contrast sharply with |
household-based values of maidenly modesty, virginal beauty, and constraints
on female spatial mobility. The portrayal of women and women's bodies in the
|The Consumer-Consumable Body The Media Secular Israeli women, having |
rejected the modest and "pure" female corporeality of traditional Judaism ... In
contemporary Israeli culture, beauty and consumerism are gendered as female
|of it. Sexuality, later on in her text, is constructed as the 'maternal' rather than the '|
beautiful' (as Burke would define it) constructed by men. The 'maternal,' of course,
connotes another 'productive' model of desire. The personal traits of 'modesty ...
|Chastity, guarded by modesty, was a woman's most valuable possession, and |
thus was in constant danger of being ... To make the commodification of female
beauty explicit would be to reduce a woman seeking marriage to the level of a ...
|In Letters on the Elementary Principles of Education (1803), Elizabeth Hamilton |
ascribes to female beauty the conventional definers of ideal femininity, consisting
of 'softness, graced withdignity, modesty, gentleness andpurity' (CLW 4:342).
Philip Scranton - 2014 - 288 pages
|Questions of modesty continued to be a part of the discussion about sports |
clothing, but the boundaries of modesty shifted dramatically after World War I.75
During the war, women wore pants in munitions factories and short-skirted