Since the beginning, man has used various methods to communicate with one another. Some people use art, others song and lyrics, still others use fashion. Fashion is very commonly used to communicate who we are as individuals.
So, what are our fashion statements saying? Can what we wear give the wrong impression to the opposite sex?
What Your Clothing Choices Communicate
Let’s use Kim Kardashian’s latest fashion faux paw to have a serious talk with our sons and daughters about inappropriate and provocative attire—one that could easily parlay into a discussion of the Me Too Movement. I’m sure I may be labeled a sexist bigot by the non-thinkers of the world just for bringing it up, and I accept that.
Our kids need to know that clothing—or in Kardashian’s case, a lack thereof—speaks a message for all to see. Any fashion expert will affirm this. When a female flaunts her flesh and toys with the male libido by using her scant attire to attract attention, it’s the wrong kind of attention. She should not be shocked if her achieved goal takes a dark conversational turn.
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