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I’m here to complain about all of the complaining for a second…
This is how I feel about the changes:
|“Am I doing this right?”|
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The Bright Maidens (and manly man, Tony) concentrated on the distinction between “sexy” and “desirable.” As always, we had some great responses and a breadth of perspectives!
Trista, “Sensible, Courageous, and Very Beautiful” – Trista is not Megan Fox because she is worth seeking and far more than the shell of sexiness that Megan Fox represents.
Julie, “I have confidence in confidence alone!” – Sexiness and desirability overlap, but to make “being sexy” one’s purpose, and with a disregard for love or the other human beings who are present, is a distortion of a person’s inherent goodness..
Elizabeth, “Revealing” – Make sure you don’t overcorrect and start punishing yourself for being an attractive woman of feminine genius.
Liesl, “Bringing Sexy Back” The sexual revolution stole the definition of the word sexy and is holding it ransom. We need to get it back for the chaste health of our people!
Tony, “Should we be ‘desirable’ … or “sexy?‘” – Tony, in his unabashed bravery, tackles the concept that the traits which make a woman a desirable wife, or a man a desirable husband, don’t always make him/her a desirable sexual partner (and vice-versa).
Clare, “Cherished” – Clare took on the perspective of how women perceive men’s desirability and sexiness. Very pertinent!