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Old 01-25-2006, 10:34 AM   #1
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Fundamentalist Swimwear!!! HOT HOT HOT!!!

more eerie parallels:



for Muslim women: http://www.ahiida.com.au/product_inf...9f112525c5e031

for good Christian women: http://www.wholesomewear.com/page-4.html
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Wow. Both look really Tackey. LOL
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My girlfriend would love those!!! I'm so gonna get some on Valentine's Day now!!
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I'll stick to a bikini thank you
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Whatever do you mean?

The Christian one is the inferior model, it does not protect the men against the insanity inducing hair radiation that makes men go wild forcing them to fornicate with uncovered women, if they go out without headgear it's their own fault!
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... and sinful harlot Jezebels of all kinds will all die ... FROM SKIN CANCER!!!!
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Fuck them all, or more specifically they should all go out and get fucked ~ no doubt end this dangerous repression in urges.
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Looking at the muslim one again looks ok, but the christian one looks something a puritan would have worn.
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That "slimming" line is hilarious. Looks like a spandex muumuu!
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Funny, the "wholesome" swim wear site mentions neither "Christianity" nor "Fundamentalists".



*empathy detection.........
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Funny, the "wholesome" swim wear site mentions neither "Christianity" nor "Fundamentalists".



*empathy detection.........


what's that you're always complaining about on FYM ... is it lack of humor?




it also comes highly recommended by sites like these:

http://www.achristianhome.com/Modest...ttireIndex.htm

http://stanosheck.com/Modesty.html
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How do you swim with those sacks on you!?!?!

Not to mention, the Muslim one is expensive!!!

I'll stick to my $4.99 tops and bottoms, thanks.
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...If style & type of clothing is something you're wrestling over in your mind, or if you're feeling convicted about dress, and what in this world should a Christian woman be wearing, then pray, discuss these things with your husband
If left to Mr. Blu, I'd be attired in an outfit that wouldn't even be decent for answering my own front door, much less moving around in society.
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it also comes highly recommended by sites like these:

http://www.achristianhome.com/Modest...ttireIndex.htm

http://stanosheck.com/Modesty.html
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sexy stuff - I need to get some of that
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I take it these are not bookmarked on you internet browser.
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Fuck them all, or more specifically they should all go out and get fucked ~ no doubt end this dangerous repression in urges.
Careful with the provocations there mate, wouldn't want to see you get your teeth punched out or something.

These aren't really all that much more covering than what most American women wore at the turn of the last century. In Chennai, India, a big city on the coast where I spent a year in grad school, women who swam in the ocean would generally just wade right in in their saris.
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I take it these are not bookmarked on you internet browser.


nah, i had to google them.

i need *something* to mess with the minds of the FBI agents who might go through my googling records.
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This is crucial for a Christian woman; first and foremost because we're representatives of the LORD Jesus Christ and secondly, if we're married, we're a reflection of our husband's... If style & type of clothing is something you're wrestling over in your mind, or if you're feeling convicted about dress, and what in this world should a Christian woman be wearing, then pray, discuss these things with your husband.
Feeling convicted about dress--now there's a good Freudian slip!

On a more serious note...I wonder how common this "if we're married, we're a reflection of our husbands" idea is. I don't generally have any problems with free choice to follow traditional morality codes in dress, but I wonder how "traditional" this notion really is. Seems like it's locating the right and capacity to make religiously informed lifestyle choices with the husband. My mother wore a headscarf and dressed very modestly, but that was an expression of her own beliefs, not my father's; he really didn't care, especially about the head covering.

I realize this can in practice be a gray area, but still the idea that the woman is inherently less capable of recognizing and applying the relevant religious precepts, and needs her husband's help to figure it all out, kind of rankles with me. I don't know that this is really a traditional Christian view.
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Feeling convicted about dress--now there's a good Freudian slip!

On a more serious note...I wonder how common this "if we're married, we're a reflection of our husbands" idea is. I don't generally have any problems with free choice to follow traditional morality codes in dress, but I wonder how "traditional" this notion really is. Seems like it's locating the right and capacity to make religiously informed lifestyle choices with the husband. My mother wore a headscarf and dressed very modestly, but that was an expression of her own beliefs, not my father's; he really didn't care, especially about the head covering.

I realize this can in practice be a gray area, but still the idea that the woman is inherently less capable of recognizing and applying the relevant religious precepts, and needs her husband's help to figure it all out, kind of rankles with me. I don't know that this is really a traditional Christian view.
I'll get my wife's response to the quote. The statements highlighted from the web site all stem from Biblical passages. I'm not sure the reference to "discuss these things with your husband" was necessarily an inference that women could not evaluate the issues without help from their husbands. I think promoting discussion between husband and wife would generally be a good thing.
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