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Modestly Yours: Tzippy Cohen
A forum for people of all ages and backgrounds whose voices are not normally heard in the mainstream (or even non-mainstream) media.
Modestly Yours: Equal-Opportunity Objectification
Can anyone reading this post make a strong argument for the benefits of objectifying men? Comments by Katha Pollitt, a leading feminist ...
Modestly Yours: Fitting-Room Modesty
My first job was cleaning fitting rooms at a department store during swimsuit season, so I have a lot of first-hand experience with fitting-room modesty. ...
Modestly Yours: Gardasil Marches On
I am a 19 year old receiver of Gardasil. I was wondering if you all know where i could get a "one less" t shirt? Posted by: Carmen | February 12, ...
Modestly Yours: Bring Back the Hope Chest
jenny is the baby clothes point an analogy or did people actually put baby clothes in their hope chests? forgive my ignorance, thank you. ...
Modestly Yours: Was Mae West Right?
I feel that Mae West stated a principle that while it applies to women's dress equally applies to every attribute God has given us. ...
Modestly Yours: Miss Utah: "She Doesn't have to Show a Lot of Skin"
Katie Millar, Miss Utah in the 2007 Miss America Pageant, demonstrates that "a girl will see that she doesn’t have to show a lot of skin to get attention or ...
Modestly Yours: "Crazy Sexy Cancer"?
In 2006 Justin Timberlake brought the world "SexyBack" (although after a year of intense pondering, I still cannot figure out what the heck ...
Modestly Yours: Deliriously Happy Singles? I Don't Think So...
Last Sunday, the Boston Sunday Globe magazine cover story was Single and Loving It, about single people buying houses, having babies, ...
Modestly Yours: Deliriously Happy Singles? I Don't Think So...
"each and every one of those allegedly deliriously happy single people would ... I read it as, the women would rather be married but the men ...
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