Well, that was the most disappointingly reasonable and benign modesty debate I’ve ever seen. I guess it’s allergy season, and everyone is just too dopey to care. One point was worth drawing out, though. One commenter asked why the boys in the article about track uniforms
thought it was appropriate to be ogling and teasing the girl in the first place? Why is it always on the girls and women to cover up, not on the boys and men to behave themselves and act like gentlemen?
I’m the mother of three (soon to be four) boys, and I hope to teach them that no matter WHAT a woman is wearing, it is rude and crass to make comments about her body and make her feel uncomfortable.