Teaching modesty to teens
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I love the idea of teaching them the power of dress--help them see all the different ways they can look and still be modest and appropriately dressed. I would have loved more than "Wear a Sunday dress to an interview", and "Don't wear jeans to the symphony". I think by giving them lots of interesting ideas and choices, you take away some of the frustration about "another modesty talk". And you teach them something they will use for the rest of their lives. Good luck!
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Teaching Teens about Rape Culture and Modesty
Modesty and human dignity: a guide for parents — Aleteia
It amazes me how many young ladies do not know the meaning of modesty. Their parents have not taught them and their friends do not practice it. If it is only mentioned once, we should take notice of it! Girls get upset and downright angry when the topic of modesty comes up. If you have a rebellious heart, teenager, you will hate everything I write about in this devotional. I pray that you will desire to submit your heart to God and ask Him to lead you in this area of how to dress.
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Fun Ideas to Teach Modesty
Imagine a home with a teenage girl where the most contentious argument over clothes involves whether it's OK for the lace on a camisole to peek through the top or bottom of a shirt. That seems to be the case with year-old Morgan Morrissette, whose mother, Shelley, is the founder and organizer of a local Pure Fashion group, a Catholic-based organization that promotes modesty and purity among teenage girls. It's a small quibble in these days where fashion seems to find a new body part to expose each season — from bare midriffs to cleavage to the cheeks not on the face. Pure Fashion is one group of teenage girls moving the other direction. At spring fashion shows by 18 affiliates in the U.
Today I'm happy to feature a guest contributor, Laura Hercher, one of my students, talking about something that has certainly been in the news— rape culture. Her thoughts address the intersection of rape culture and what churches teach teens about modesty and personal responsibility:. The biggest way is to prevent it from continuing into the next generation by teaching youth how to think about these issues.