Yes, you in the front row on the exercise machine at the gym. I am sick and tired of having to look at your backside and having to watch as your shorts get shorter and shorter. I do not want a view of your behind!
This is what I had to see at the gym the other day. This young girl who is wearing a tiny, tiny pair of shorts, you know the kind with writing across the butt. I will never know why you would want wording going across your butt, you might as well post a sign that says "Look at my rear". Anyway, this poor girl had on a camisole which did nothing but show her bra, and these little shorts. The shorts were so small that her butt cheeks were hanging out, and her underwear were riding up. So she gets on the machine in front of me and all she can do is keep yanking at her underwear which keep going farther and farther up. She really didn't exercise much because she was too busy pulling at her underwear. I felt bad for her, but was annoyed at the same time. She was a teenager, who in their right mind would let their kid go out of the house like this.
Then their is the girl on the track who's shorts are so small they leave nothing to the imagination. Why? Do these young girls think that the young boys are the only ones looking at their bodies? Chances are it's the gross old man who is a pervert who is going to be the one looking.
Parents~ Wake up! Why would you want some pervert looking at your daughters? Take some parental authority and teach your daughters how to dress. Don't get me wrong, you don't have to wear a dress to your ankles to be modest. But do you really want your girls to be wearing something that is going to have people staring at her?
What you wear says a lot about you.
A few weeks ago we were driving around, it was a warm day, and walking down the sidewalk were two young girls wearing cut-off shorts and bikini tops. It was not the beach, and it was not hot out! My eight year old turned around to stare, and she said, Mom why are they dressed like that?
You know what their lack of clothes said to me- I have no self respect and I don't care what people think of me. Again, why would a parent let their girls go out like that?
We as moms and dads need to set the example and teach our girls that what we wear does matter, whether we are at the gym or the park, our clothes have a lot to say about us.
What do they say about you?