It’s a no-win situation perpetuated by both genders.
If a girl or a guy wants to dress a certain way, that has ZERO impact on their morality.
While attraction is very important, defining your dating options by a single photo seems pretty narrow minded and rarely leads to something beautiful.
You really have no idea what good things might be coming for you. Girls have it hard enough living in this world where on one hand they are bombarded with highly sexualized images that they somehow need to live up to, but then if they do, they are called out for being slutty, cheap, whorish etc.
I always find it useful to have a plan of action in case I run into a difficult situation where it’s hard to think on the spot—and talking to someone of the opposite sex can most definitely be one of those anxiety-inducing, thought-scattering situations.
But then I re-evaluate my standards and realize that they are all reasonable and fair.If you choose to wear a miniskirt instead of pants, that doesn’t make you a ho.As a father of a teenage girl I have to walk this fine line.A single woman telling a bunch of girls, “Don’t settle.” In telling us not to settle, she was telling us something that every girl knows subconsciously in her heart but often fails to believe because of the doubts and insecurities she faces: she is worthy.Every woman is worthy of being loved the way God made her to be loved; no woman should ever have to feel like she is giving up any of her values or beliefs in exchange for a relationship. The single woman who gave us this advice just got married over the summer, after finding someone she loves, who loves her in return—someone she never had to settle for.
Before you stand firm against your checklist, take these reasons into consideration would ya?