3 Main Reasons Why You Must Not Wear A Two-Piece Swimsuit

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  1. I really love this article. Before, lagi akong ngppost on my fb account ng photos na naka bikini lang ako every summer but moving to the middle east, narealize ko na pag maayos ka magbihis at di ka masyadong nagpapakita ng balat, mas may respeto sila dahil sympre, nagpakita ako ng respeto sa sarili ko. Ang pusod ko at binti, dapat asawa ko lang nakakakita..

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    1. @leonilee Thanks sis! We have the same experience, ang hilig ko din mag2-piece kahit alam kong hindi tama, kiber parin ako at sinasabi ko pa “inggit lang yung mga pumupuna” but if you will just open your heart and mind marerealize mong hindi dapat over exposure. I am not encouraging women to cover up everything to the point the maging “manang”, you can still be fashionable that’s why Audrey Hepburn is a good example of “fashion with modesty”.

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  2. You have a wonderful blog, thanks for this!
    But may I know if you have any facebook page that can continuously update me?

    Thanks & Best Regards

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    1. Hi Collin, like what i’ve said, it’s still up to you if you think wearing bikini is not bad, it’s upon your conviction. Being aware that joining a beauty pageant requires wearing swimsuit, but there are some pageants that allow candidates to wear a conservative swimwear though it may not guarantee that you’ll get the “best in swimsuit award” but of course, there’s more to that. You may bring home the crown without getting the “best in swimsuit award”.

      For me, joining beauty pageant is not bad nor a cause of sin though there are some churches that prevent their members from joining these competitions (they have their own reason). As a Christian if you are to do something, consider this question first “will it glorify my God?”.

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    2. Good question! Same thoughts here. But you know what, I think it’s better to remove the swimsuit portion in beauty contests. Yes, Miss Universe and other pageants I think really started as a swimsuit contest, meaning beauty is seen through skin before. But as the time goes by, they represents beauty with a cause.. and beauty is seen beyond skin so why still need swimsuit portion? Right? Cause at the end of the time the winner of the pageant won’t be wearing swimsuit while helping. If pageants are made for charity why still need swimsuit contest? Coz’ when you help the people around will look you beyond skin. And I think that’s what beauty with a purpose means. Beauty with grace, class and kindness.

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  3. Wow! Thank you thank you thank you! This are the things that we need to learn and pass on to the next generation, great blog! Please make some more!

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    1. Thanks Katie, though it’s sad to know that there are some people who reblogged this and misinterpreted the article and wrote some insults. All we can do is to pray for these people that the Lord will open up their minds.

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  4. Hey. I’m a guy and happened to saw this on fb feeds. Everything you said was right. Most of the people nowadays have stupid perceptions ’bout that subject and if we will be relying our thoughts with this perceptions, the rest will be stupid as well. Cheers and hope you’ll be able to answer other stupid questions along the way.

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    1. Sad to say Berto, but you’re right! For them, we are the stupid ones. As i’ve found out that some people really protested on this, i prayed to God that He will open up the eyes of the hearts of these people. They may not understand it for now but i pray that sooner they will.

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  5. lalaki ako at agree ako sa sinasabi mo ms.blogger.. kpg may respeti ka sa sarili mo wla dahilan pra bastusin ka ng mgakalalakihan.. kc minsan mgsusuot ka ng sobrang iksi halos kita na lahat tapus pg nabstus ka magagalit ka.. di tama ang pambabastos pero sna tanungin mo rin ang sarili mo kung nagbibigay kba ng dahilan pra mabastus.. mgsuot ng ayon sa dapat.. wag sibra balot na balot na pran g manang wag nmn halos nkahubad kna.. ung tama lang..respect yourself muna bgo ka irespeto ng iba.. πŸ˜€

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  6. Thank you standing up for this – beauty nor self confidence is not measured in what you wear or the size of your waist/chest but the character you wear everyday, the depth of your compassion, courage and wisdom

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  7. I rarely wear two-piece swimsuits without cover,
    but wearing such does not mean I don’t respect myself. I wear them because I want to; not just because I want boys (or girls) to look at me. I mean, why do you wear that shirt? Simply because you want to, right? It’s the same thing.
    And please, let’s not blame the victim. It’s not a woman’s fault if a man lusts on her. Pls don’t tell me if your daughter get raped coz she’s wearing a 2pc bikini, and that’s her fault.
    I’m a faithful Christian, but I believe that biblical phrases should not be taken literally. People have different interpretations, and its meaning changes through time. I think that verse speaks about humility over vanity.

    I hope you get enlightened by feminism, which by the way, stands for equality between genders and not ‘females are superior than males’.

    I respect your thoughts. Hopefully, you respect and think about mine. Peace out!

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    1. Hi Marie, i respect your point of view. I even wear swimsuit, i didn’t mean don’t wear swimsuit at all. I’m just talking about 2-piece where it only covers your sensitive parts. That’s why i’ve shared samples of swimwear and i even put the link for the online shop of the swim apparel. Some people misinterpret “modesty” as covering your whole body and if not you’ll commit a sin, NO! You may wear sleeveless, skirts, shorts, tube or anything AS LONG AS it will not displease the Lord.

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      1. Well apparently if you are just talking about skimpy swimsuits, “the ones that just covered the sensitive parts”, you should change the title of your article especially the words “two piece swimsuit” because it generalized all two-piece swimsuits. I do get your point but how about men? If I am following the logic correctly, they should not just wear their board shorts or swimming trunks and go top less because women might see it and lead to lust/sin. Also, because of what you said, it seems that you want your readers to believe that whenever they see someone in their two piece bikini, it means that they want someone to lust over them, asking to be raped or will really lead to such. – just my opinion

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    2. Christians should grow maturely on this issue…the world is changing but the truth about God and His teachings remains the same.
      Read Philipians 4:8

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    3. Some comments are misleading the thoughts of young Christian women who would want to clear out things regarding your topic. Stand on what you’ve written, not “sugarcoating” the comments of others by saying “I respect your thoughts” even though you know for yourself that what they’re saying is completely against your beliefs, contradicting the enlightenment you want to share. Lastly, if others persecute you because of it, it’s Jesus who they persecute.

      Thank you for this. It is a great article, just take note of your responses to thoughts that others share.

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  8. I think that we should respect one another because we’re God’s creation, not because of our clothing πŸ™‚ If i wear a 2-piece swimsuit, it’s because i want to and im comfortable with my body, not because i want guys to lust over me. Men should learn that us women are not objects and i don’t think it’s right that women need to fit in with the standards of the society to be respected. Sorry to disagree but opinions like these are the reason why women who are raped are blamed for being raped and rape culture is still not abolished. We must learn to respect one another regardless of our gender, clothing, race, age, etc.

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      1. Clarification: Den didn’t use bad words. I am just pertaining to other people, i can welcome everyone to share their thoughts but i will not tolerate using such words like “f*ck* or whatever. I thank Den and the others here that even if they don’t agree on this article, they’ve posted comments in a proper way.

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    1. “Everything is permissible–but not everything is beneficial. Everything is permissible–but not everything is constructive. Nobody should seek his own good, but the good of others.” “Do not cause anyone to stumble,…” (1 Corinthians 10:23,24, 32). Den, please interpret the Bible himself. This is what we call “exegesis”. And please do not interpret the Bible according to you mind. This is what we call “eyesegesis”. You put your mind above the Bible.

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  9. For me, wearing a two piece is not a sin. I mean, just because a girl wears a two piece swimsuit doesn’t mean that she does not respect herself. We cover ourselves for what reason? To not be raped? To not be an object of lust? I think what we should be teaching, is for boys to respect girls. Why let them be triumphant? Why let others dictate our actions? We are not hurting anyone. Just because men cannot “control” themselves? That is not true. We are the masters of our fate. This is an oppression. Men are able to wear whatever they want and not get judged. Why can’t women be the same? To be fair though, I’ve never worn a two piece suit in public. God bless everyone. Thank you. πŸ™‚

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    1. How about teaching girls respecting themselves?

      No, men are not able to wear what they want. That is false. The “hiphop” pants has been banned in many places (the pants that sits below the butt, not on the waist or hips).

      I bet if you saw a man wearing his pants the hiphop, you’d think he should be more modest to “pull it up”.

      Hipocrito talaga minsan mga babae

      Let’s admit it, maraming babae na nagpapasexy is not because they feel beautiful. It is to OUTDO other women in terms of “sexiness” and “hotness” regarding public opinion.

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  10. Agree ako sa blog na ito πŸ™‚ sobrang nakakaOpen siya ng isip. Although sasabhin ng iba na “nasa tao pa din yan” hindi mo pa ding ikakaila na tama yung mga nasa blog. Kahit ako I always told my friends na qah masyadong maging daring ang pananamit, kasi most of the times I caught men looking at them with desire. “lalake eh” is not a good reason though

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  11. Thank for posting this. I’ve been contemplating about this issue for a while now because I have this concern for my friends who keep posting their 2 piece shots on social networks. I mean, yes they look good but I somehow feel sad that this might lead to guys to disrepect them and think of them in a shallow manner. Sharing this on my facebook wall for my girl friends to read. Once again… Thank you and God bless!

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  12. Hi dear! Wearing two piece bikini does not necessarily mean that I don’t respect myself, because I do. If you’re also saying that I should not wear one “to help guys not to sin” I think we should teach guys not to objectify women in general. Whatever clothes I’m wearing, I am not, and will not, ask men to lust over me. Women should be able to wear whatever they want and not to worry about getting raped, that’s the kind of world I dreamed of living in, and the kind of world I wish my future daughter to live in, and not to teach girls to adjust because hey, men are just made like that. I have tried wearing short skirts as well as pants and long skirts and long sleeves, and I’m telling you, guys, especially those bastards who drive trucks will still shout “ganda” “hi ate!” and “hi miss” to me, and to other girls. This also goes to the guy who commented that we should cover up ourselves to avoid guys who do that.

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  13. I’d like to say that no one has to cover up to gain respect. It’s either you respect the person or you don’t. Men should be able to learn how to control their selves. It’s no longer the women’s fault if they can’t. Let a girl express herself. Your clothing does not define who you are nor the amount of respect people should give you. That’s all.

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    1. People are visual and you cannot say that man cannot lust on women. So it depends on the women if men will lust at them. An opinion from doctor.

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      1. Mastering the art of defeating your unauthorized boner is part of growing up into a propet gentleman. Sadly the blogger is too lost in her faith. The world is larger than that.

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  14. My stand on this is everything is permissible but not everything is beneficial. If you think wearing a bikini benefits the society in some way then go ahead and do it! You do it for yourself too, not because you want adoration.

    I think this article is more of those who are just going to the beach to flaunt their bodies. They are the type who just go to the beach for a fashion show. Some may even be posers. And truth be told some do this for the attention. Because we now live in a world with a “look at me!” attitude and always wanting to get our 15 minutes of fame.

    However, there are women who wear bikinis and still look great and modest. Im talking about surfers and divers. Their bodies are absolutely great in these suits because they are atheltic. And frankly, these girls can be an inspiration to be fit. I highly doubt men look at them as an object of lust. I think men look at them and think they are cool.

    I guess for me, those people who are really into water sport activities look way better than your normal poser who will only wear a bikini and post it on FB and Instagram.

    But anyway, I guess it really depends on your motivation wearing a bikini. As I said though, some women look decent while wearing a bikini and still commands respect.

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  15. Hi everyone,

    For those who disagree, come to think of it: when you’re going to a crowded places let’s say Divisoria, there’s always someone who will remind you to keep you’re belongings with you, don’t wear any expensive accessories, don’t use your expensive gadgets… etc.. Why they have to remind you for that? Because they know and you know it can attract snatchers, holdapers, kidnappers and the like.
    It’s in their nature to look for that kasi dun sila nabubuhay, and you will say “hindi ko kasalanan na nakuha phone ko”, paano nila malalaman na may mamahaling gamit ka kung hindi mo ito nilabas?, kung hindi mo ipinakita sa pamamagitan ng pagsuot ng mamahaling bagay. Kung naging mas maingat ka lang sana di ba?

    just like wearing 2-pc swimsuit or let’s make it general “sexy clothes”, you are the one provoking men to “disrespect you”, sisitsitan ka, sasabihan kang “hi sexy”, “hi miss”, etc.. they do that because that’s what you showed them. It’s in their nature to look on women, especially if the women is wearing sexy clothes. What is your point to wear sexy clothes? Does the loose t-shirt doesn’t give you comfort? Does blouse with sleeves makes you unfashionable? Does one piece swimsuit makes feel “manang”?
    or let’s just say na masaya ka if they say “hi sexy”?

    Well, it’s really based on your opinion, but the author just want to “remind you” that being modest and simple will gain you “more respect”, avoid harm people, and be more presentable in God’s view wherever you are.

    For those who love to wear bikinis, just a simple reminder: please be mindful of your “cameltoe”.

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    1. for these and the rest.. the important of this. I AGREE THIS POST.

      For those who said they are faithful christian but against with this blog.

      Wrong comprehension leads you to wrong application. You read bible everyday but you don’t know what it says. God is intentional , He deal with our hearts. If you said you are a faithful Christian just wear His words..You can glorify God by obeying His words. If you are faithful so there’s a power within you bcoz You are not under the law anymore, You are under grace now bcoz of Jesus. So if you true/Real christian. You must know how to Say NO to Sin..

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      1. Nailed it! Live and feed with the word of God – AND “wear” the word of God. Sweet. Truly if your Christian, you should already know, do not interpret the word on your own. It is written and there will always be some other verses in the bible to support the other.

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    2. This comment implicitly means that women are merely objects of desire for men.

      Put it this way. Yung rolex mo, nilagay mo sa may bintana ng bahay mo tapos natulog ka. Hindi pala naka-lock yung bintana, kaya paggising mo, wala na rolex mo. So tama ba na nakuha ng magnanakaw yung relo mo kasi hindi mo nilock bintana mo? Hindi diba? Kasi kahit buksan mo man lahat ng pinto mo sa bahay mo, hindi pa din ibig sabihin noon, e pwede na pumasok kahit sino.

      Yun lamang. Good day.

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  16. and one thing be aware on those people who sees you and look up to you..God said to their people. You must spread His words not by works so no one can boast… Be aware in your surroundings.. Coz they need Jesus too, if you are Christian they need to Jesus within you…

    Do not Follow the Crowd, Follow Jesus.

    Thanks, Everyone and the writer of this blog,God uses you and continue to pray for those people against God’s words.

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  17. hi..this is perfectly right…a person who respect the Word of God will never argue on this..and will never keep on turning what is obviously wrong to make it right…

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  18. Before reading this article, i have deep desire to wear bikini, but i just cant, cause i am a hairy person, and besides i dont have the slim body to do so. But after reading this, i felt like im lucky to have too much hair, atleast i save respect for myself. πŸ™‚

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  19. This blog is really helpful to women all over the world, but I think this just adds up to the issues of women with regards to dress code or other sort of modesty standards. My opinion is that we should also do blogs like this for men or simply shut this kind of blog for women if we could not do something like this for men. I mean, women can always adjust to standards, but some get tired, seeing men out there going topless (almost naked, actually) yet they get to have titles like ‘The Man” and here we are, the women, having terrible mixed feelings about it. I think this should change.

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  20. Hi! This is a great read. I totally agree with this. Not stereotyping at all, but men are “visual” persons. They tend to be attracted easily with what they see or what they watch. If we as women would provoke this, well…. alam na. C’mon,let’s be honest here. Why would someone wear two-piece swimsuit or trunks? Di ba para naman iflaunt yung beach bods nila? Yes, para sa sarili nila iyon. Because they want the compliments, they want the looks, they want the praises.

    Honestly, I’m too modest – in the sense na hindi talaga ako nagsusuot ng swimsuits. This is not because of anything in a biblical sense. This is just me – I feel conscious, not because I am not confident, but because I do not want the stares that would be thrown at me if I wear such. Why would I know that kung hindi pa naman ako nagsusuot nang ganun? Well, because I still experience catcalls and stares like that, even if I’m wearing jeans and plain t-shirts.

    Girls – this is your call. If you feel comfortable with it, do it. But as much as possible, don’t.

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  21. Hi, this is a really good article that shares a different perspective as regards women in the society and how they are perceived by the people. However, I believe that the caption in this article should be narrowed down to a more specific term because it may be misunderstood by few people. It seems like the caption is too general, hence it did not reflect the context of this article (and as what I’ve said is a new good perspective and opinion)

    Also, I myself do wear bikini whether it’s two-piece or one piece because it is more comfortable and sometimes, proper. I think it is somehow unfair to prejudge the perception of men to women who wear bikini and relate it with the Bible because first and foremost, modesty according to God is not with the clothes that you wear. Modesty is best reflected by your attitude and character rather than what people see on the outside (e.g the clothes or fancy jewelry that you wear) because sometimes looks can be very deceiving, she may give you an impression that she is an angel on the outside but not really on the inside.

    Lastly, we live in a society that makes men and women equal. So let’s not create an impression that men commit sin and become lustful by the mere expedient of seeing a woman wear bikini. Let’s respect men the way that they also deserve. A woman’s perspective do not necessarily accord with a man’s view, especially on this matter.

    Again, this is a good article and definitely worth reading because it can be a source of another fresh opinion. Thanks!

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  22. I’m all for equality and all that. But people need to realize that there’s power in how you dress. You trigger an idea or a feeling in other people. Di mo naman makontrol iniisip ng iba, sarili mo lang makokontrol mo. You are what you wear. You dress up as a nun and people will respect you even if you’re not a nun. Dress up as a stripper and see how people will treat you. We’re not living in a perfect world, there’s a lot of evil people in the world. I think it’s better to just cover up yourself than hope you’re surrounded with holy men.

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  23. Funny that you should quote 1 Timothy 2:9 when verses 11-15 say “11 A woman[a] should learn in quietness and full submission. 12 I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man;[b] she must be quiet. 13 For Adam was formed first, then Eve. 14 And Adam was not the one deceived; it was the woman who was deceived and became a sinner. 15 But women[c] will be saved through childbearingβ€”if they continue in faith, love and holiness with propriety.” Do you believe that too?

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  24. oh Im inspired now i understand why my husband always said that i am beautiful kahit hindi naka short or sexy clothes …I am beautiful in many different ways..Thank you for posting and inspiring all women

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  25. This is an eye opener for me..for those who say negative comments or against this bl0g had never been out of their c0mfort z0ne or they are to0 insensitive.
    When a guy lo0k at you,you never kn0w what he has in mind.
    If u think that teaching respect sh0uld be better off than this, then there should never be a sinner in this world.
    sin is just innate in all of us.we d0nt just make ourselvep to be an accesory to the crime of others.”temptati0n is our enemy”

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  26. I only wear two piece when I am with family (no one else on the beach but us) or in a place where we are all girls. It is not because wearing two piece is wrong or because I believe that it’s a way of showing off one’s body. It is also not because I believe that wearing two piece is disrespecting myself.

    The reason is plain and simple – I want to make sure that I do not become an object of lust for men & cause them to sin. No more, no less.

    Having said that, I want to emphasize that wearing two piece (for me) does not mean disrespecting oneself. But it is best not to cause anyone to sin by being careful of how we dress in public places (not only when we for swimming). Also, I agree that posting very revealing photos on social media is a no no, for the same reason I have already stated.

    Keep writing!

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  27. I really like this blog. It enlightens me. For a long time, I was doubting of my principle of being conservative. I thought that its not anymore “in” for this generation. It feels good to onow that I have you pals who share the same thoughts with me.

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  28. Death to the whores who are wearing swim suit .. Remember what moses said in the bible ? Those who sinned in the eyes of the lord our great lord shall die.. and shall be punish forever in hell ..

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful article

    God bless you and death to all the sinners . They will burn in hell for all eternity God hates them all. !!!!

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  29. “To not provoke men…”
    So women are to blame just because a woman chooses to wear something?

    Today its a one piece swimsuit, tomorrow its a burkha. This lady needs to see more of the world. So the tribeswomen who are topless are sinful?

    And you’re posting Korean women to show how skimpy they are just to promote your own beliefs? Well they have their own culture but you seem to find it convenient to make an example of them.

    And Aubrey’s fashion during her time was considered scandalous by her own parent’s generation. Argument is invalid.

    You are obviously a devout Christian but the world needs less fundamentalists and literalists. There are many things in the Bible that should not be taken literally either. If we do we become just like the Taliban and ISIS who are humanity’s worst enemies. I wonder what you think of people from different faiths? Do you pity them because they have not accepted the Lord as their savior? So sorry but you need to travel the world and meet more people and see the beauty in all cultures and fashion. I get riled up by zealots like you because your worldview is so narrow. Go ahead and delete and flame me. I do not expect you to read this anyway.

    I have far greater respect for the tolerant Muslim, Christian, atheist, pagan, rather than a Bible/Quran thumping zealot.

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  30. Very well said ma’am. πŸ˜€ When I was still single, I loved and used to wear a two pieced bikinis because of my curves even i have a large built. But every time i wear those bikinis my ex boyfriend (which is my husband :)) he always insisted me to wear his sando nor my cover ups. and for me “wtf! what’s wrong with you! we’re here at the beach!” he just stares at me and insisted to wear those cover ups. During our stay at the resort he saw a girl wearing two pieced bikini and i heard him saying: “Yang mga girls hilig mag suot ng mga maiiksi or kulang sa tela. pag nabastos naman magagalit.” From that day, i realized that Real Men never fascinated from the outside beaut of a woman. They want a decent and modest women. πŸ™‚

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  31. A lot of comments here saying “Wearing 2pc of swimsuit that doesn’t mean you don’t respect yourself and that it doesn’t mean you’re letting men lust over you”. You may say that unfortunately, you are the ONLY one can control your own thoughts and no one else. So WHY give Men the chance to LUST over you when you already know the FACT that they will LUST OVER YOU?? By doing this despite of the fact that you know it will happen, YOU are causing them to SIN by feeding their mind too see something that they shouldn’t see at all. I believe that we are resposible for our own actions, that we will be judge according to own Transgression, but I also believe that we will also be Accountable for our own actions causing other people to Sin.

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  32. I believe that women has powerful influence towards men, either in a positive or negative way.
    “Behind every successful man, there is a strong, wise and hardworking woman”…

    and from the bible, Eve was able to convinced Adam to eat the forbidden fruit…

    They said men and women are designed that way. No matter how much the man would control himself, he will ALWAYS be influenced by women around him…

    so when a girls shows too much of her skin…. there’s DEFINITELY an effect to the guys… either in a GOOD or more likely.. in a BAD way..

    There’s no SMOKE if there’s no FIRE. πŸ™‚

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  33. Wow! At last I found somebody who shares the same opinion with me! First of all, I know girls who wear bikini will be sensitive or defensive about this issue but let’s all try to be open-minded and accept these facts: (I know since I’m a female)
    1. Upon wearing this, you expect to be beautiful, sexy, superior to other girls who’s not sexy as you, special and especially attract the good-looking boys [please don’t deny this πŸ™‚ ]
    Situation: When men stares at you with lust in mind or starts to harass you, you begin to hide your body and be mad all about it. Like where’s the logic in there? Right? Flaunt then hide?
    2. What about your brother/father? Male classmates/friends?
    Situation 1: Just imagining the scenario that your father/brother/male cousin see you in your underwear only is really weird/taboo/inappropriate right? but when they see you in your bikini it’s fine? That’s funny.
    Your parents took care of your body since you were a child, dressing you up properly with modesty and class but when you grew up you start revealing them one by one or all at the same time haha.
    Situation 2: You wear clothes over your underwear. You wear uniforms during school. But when you go with your schoolmates to a beach, you showed everything! Well, ofc covered EXACTLY/ONLY the MAIN FEATURES… Took a pic and posted it on fb. And you go back to your school knowing everyone had seen your body. Even your father. The father of your friend. Your Tito. Your prof. The manyaks in your friendlist (thanks to you they satisfied themselves or had something to post on their p*rn site.) Like is that suppose to be natural to just show it to the world? Well, if you can hide it for dear life, how LUCKY your husband will be!
    3. What is modesty in the eyes of God?
    Actually that swimsuits posted are less revealing of course but why do I feel it’s still inappropriate? It’s a fact that, those are still sexy, fitted, appealing and have only just covered the midriff.
    So what’s appropriate? YOU KNOW for yourself what an appropriate attire is but is just SCARED to look not trendy or old-style. Wag tayong OA na lola agad, di naman eh. I know it’s hard, like really hard to follow this but it is what is written in the Bible. If I could show you an appropriate attire this would be it, http://fashionbelle.com/sites/default/files/clothing_reviews/simplymodest.jpg , http://www.modestapparelusa.com/modest-swimwear.html , http://www.deeprootsathome.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/black-modest-swim-skirts-666_1.jpg – but I bet you don’t wanna wear it so it’s up to you ^_^

    “If there’s a will, there’s a way.” & “Pag gusto, maraming paraan, pag ayaw, madaming dahilan.”

    4. It’s also true that even if you cover your entire body, some men still find a way to sin just by looking at you. But it’s not within your reach already. I mean it’s on their part to avoid those feelings. Maybe by looking away or not watching por* and stuff.
    5. “Because I’m comfortable with my body and I worked hard on it …..”
    Well congratulations! You’re shameless enough to be comfortable in making everyone around you uncomfortable… or maybe very comfortable! πŸ˜‰ I mean if you don’t understand and follow God, how will you follow a human, right?
    6. “I don’t need to literally follow the Bible” Umm..hello? so what do you do with it? read it, look at it, just like that? This is just so sad to hear! It is common sense that we humans created by Him should follow and obey ALL His words. Meaning to put in action and apply in your life. DON’T CHOOSE ONLY the ones you want to follow.

    That’s it! Thanks for reading. Have a good day!

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    1. Hi There,
      This is the very first time i have ever come across a woman from Philippines who really believes in decent dress code while most of the women pretend to be religious or god fearing while posing sexy or hot on their FB profile and waiting to gain attentions of lots of guys or men . This so called ” FRANK & BOLD “& FASHIONISTA ” type of attitude have not only made them shameless but they have also lost their SELF RESPECT about their own BODY.
      In old age they used to call Tribal People illiterate as they used to walk naked but now most of the women want to pose almost naked in order to attract guys. Such women know vert well how to attract men or lure them to look or fantasize their body and then they expect RESPECT ?

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  34. I go to the beach to warm me up and get some sun and tan. Unfortunately I live in the part of the U.S. where it isn’t always sunny like Cali and Florida. So I’ll take my chance to put on 2pc bikini and let the sun shine down on me. Some girls go to the beach only to show off and some to get tan/warm that’s why you see foreign girls almost naked while tanning. It still depends on where you came from. Well what do you say about the girls who wear super shorts and spaghetti strap tops in public? I’m not saying it is okay to provoke yourself in men lusting women. Women can still be lusted whilst full clothed.

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