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Cranky Old Man 09-20-2010 03:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Lisa H (Post 600714)
Have you noticed only one of them is wearing womens clothing. Deuteronomy 22:5 A woman must not wear men's clothing, nor a man wear women's clothing, for the LORD your God detests anyone who does this.

Actually it is "The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the LORD thy God.". Perhaps some computer virus sent you to the wrong website? You should run JesOS™ as Jesus protects you from viruses that way.

Little Missy 01-12-2011 06:38 PM

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Originally Posted by WinnerNotSinner (Post 600029)

What worries me more than their harlot fashion sense is their obvious masculine appearance. Is anyone aware if these girls might be under lesbianic influences? I mean the dears look so manly I'm not sure if our boys would try to date(I know I wouldn't be letting my boys consort with such characters) them or play a game of football with them. Why just last week I was warning my neighbor sue about letting her pet cat out of the house on account of some lesbian driving by, seeing him, and feeling tempted to eat the poor animal.... or worse, break into her house and eat her lovely new carpets. I'll never understand what goes through their minds, thank the lord.

My personal take on undergarments is if they take less than 10 minutes to take off, you're just asking for a demon to come along and rape your little hoochy. Clothing should be so confining that there is no chance of it offering any pleasurable stimulation. Alternatively for you sewing woman, and by that I mean all you women, you can line the insides with a bit of Brillo pad so that it's scouring bite constantly reminds you through the day just how weak and sinful those bits make you.

My choice of undergarments, and please forgive the pornographic image y'all as I know it's not hardly fit to put such images on a christian forum.

http://angelasancartier.net/wp-conte..._mannequin.jpg
I'm still a little uncertain if god frowns on flowers, though I'm sure he does. This picture hardly does the padlocks running up the back justice.

-Peggy

Jacobfromlost 01-15-2011 12:57 AM

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Praise Jesus!!

and never dress like this


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Fullofslack 01-16-2011 09:48 PM

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From a slack point of view, i dont think Bob wants women to wear clothes anyway. Be free and slackful in your perversions and praise Bob.

Sister 01-16-2011 11:53 PM

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You can also reference Deutoronomy 22:5, and Titus 2:9 .Also, the bible states that a woman should not be a stumblingblock unto a man.

LizzyP 01-23-2011 09:14 PM

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Those are very good tips! I will have to remember those. Just a question though. Can the rules be a little bent for your wedding day? Like having shorter sleeves on your wedding gown? The ceremony is going to be outside so shorter sleeves would be much easier..

Brother Harold Porter 01-23-2011 09:25 PM

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Those are very good tips! I will have to remember those. Just a question though. Can the rules be a little bent for your wedding day? Like having shorter sleeves on your wedding gown? The ceremony is going to be outside so shorter sleeves would be much easier..

I wouldn't give Satan the satisfaction of exposing any more flesh than is necessary. Mrs. Porter wore something very much like this, but in white of course.

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LizzyP 01-23-2011 09:31 PM

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I wouldn't give Satan the satisfaction of exposing any more flesh than is necessary. Mrs. Porter wore something very much like this, but in white of course.

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Ah, that makes sense. I will look into the dresses, they are very lovely. And I'm sure Mrs.Porter looked very beautiful in her dress, and I can only hope to look as good as she did. :)

inSincere Sucker 01-24-2011 04:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Cranky Old Man (Post 602766)
Actually it is "The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the LORD thy God.".

I'm worried by this, because I do wear trousers when riding my motorbike, for protection. It's really not safe to wear a dress on the bike, and with the wind it's not decent either. The trousers I wear aren't tight or sexy, this is what they look like. http://www.sassyrider.com.au/bikersg...cycle_clothing and I have a pink jacket as well so it's clear I'm not trying to look like a man.

James Dewitt 01-24-2011 05:19 AM

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I'm worried by this, because I do wear trousers when riding my motorbike, for protection. It's really not safe to wear a dress on the bike, and with the wind it's not decent either. The trousers I wear aren't tight or sexy, this is what they look like. http://www.sassyrider.com.au/bikersg...cycle_clothing and I have a pink jacket as well so it's clear I'm not trying to look like a man.


A woman has no business on a motor Cycle. Unless it is in a sidecar.

inSincere Sucker 01-24-2011 05:49 AM

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Mr Dewitt, as an American you may not know how expensive petrol is in Australia. It's AUD$1.29 a litre (that's nearly $5US for an American gallon. So, a motorbike is a cheap way to get around. Why is it wrong for a woman to ride a motorbike?

Nobar King 01-24-2011 05:55 AM

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Where do you have to go to that's so important?

BelieverInGod 01-24-2011 05:57 AM

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Mr Dewitt, as an American you may not know how expensive petrol is in Australia. It's AUD$1.29 a litre (that's nearly $5US for an American gallon. So, a motorbike is a cheap way to get around. Why is it wrong for a woman to ride a motorbike?

That's about what I used to pay in Canada, I never rode a Motorcycle. If I can train dogs in a skirt, I'm sure you can buy a small car or take a bus.

inSincere Sucker 01-24-2011 06:06 AM

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I live 10km out of town and there aren't any buses. I don't have money for a car at the moment, but I guess I'll have to save up for one. But I still don't see what's so bad about motorbikes.

inSincere Sucker 01-24-2011 06:11 AM

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Where do you have to go to that's so important?

I work from home doing typing and bookkeeping, and I need to deliver the finished work and pick up new stuff. And there's groceries and the library. There'll be church too, if I can find one that uses the KJV. There's a big fancy church here that calls itself Baptist, but it uses the NIV :(

BelieverInGod 01-24-2011 06:52 AM

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I work from home doing typing and bookkeeping, and I need to deliver the finished work and pick up new stuff. And there's groceries and the library. There'll be church too, if I can find one that uses the KJV. There's a big fancy church here that calls itself Baptist, but it uses the NIV :(

Is it possible to ride a motorcycle side-saddle? That would be much more ladylike.

inSincere Sucker 01-24-2011 10:48 AM

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BelieverInGod, that can't be done. You need your left foot to change gears and the right foot for the brakes. But thanks anyway for your kind suggestion.

Bible Student 01-24-2011 04:33 PM

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BelieverInGod, that can't be done. You need your left foot to change gears and the right foot for the brakes. But thanks anyway for your kind suggestion.

Buy a moped. Many of them have hand controls. They are cheaper too and use even less gas than motorcycles.

Cindy Karly 01-27-2011 11:15 PM

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Originally Posted by TaraAnne (Post 460717)
I thought for my first post I would go over how a true Christian woman should dress. I know we might be encouraged to stray a little once in awhile, I have strayed a little bit in my day and I have prayed for forgives. Fashion and the devils had are everywhere these days. Women in general dress like harlots these days. My best advice to all the Christian ladies out there is, would you want God to see you wearing that. So just to clarify what is acceptable I have started a list.

1. Please be careful showing to much skin, your tops should be at least three quarter length. Please be conscious of how long your dress is go no higher than one hand length below your knee.

2. Low cut tops are a no go. Breast are for feeding God's children, they are not something to show off to the world. Remember that a necklace can draw attention to your chest and I don't believe that is something our savoir would want.

3. Pants or Slacks eeeewww. These are made for men and should be worn by them only! I think I have said enough on this topic.

4. Make sure the color of your dress is not to loud. Some Devils may think this is an invitation. Be modest in color choice go with the season!

5. Undergarments these are not supposed to be seen! Just the other day at the market some young hussy had a bra strap showing, not to mention she had on the Devils panties, a thong is what I hear some ladies call them. I think it is very tacky when a woman bends over and a little strip of cloth sticks out of her man pants. I promptly went up to her and gave me her sweater and lectured her on what some men will do when women do not cover themselves. I prayed for her and her family that night.

I hope this little short list help the ladies of Landover, please feel free to add on to it. I have also put a link to an article I found as well. I think i will make copies and hand them out the next time i go to the market.

http://www.christiansdressingmodestly.com/


Thank you so much for this list! I will have to get rid of all my clothes that make me look like a harlot (as you say), I do not want to give people the wrong idea about myself and I surely do not want to get raped!! :fear2:

Mistress Cookie 01-28-2011 04:29 AM

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I will say that an upstanding True Christian™ lady must know how to handle her clothes, or they can lead to embarrasing situations, no matter how modestly chosen.

Our Landover girls are at a bit of a disadvantage, in that many are not allowed to wear even a tiny high heel (called a "kitten" or "sabrina" heel) until their wedding day, and then, unprepared, they come lurching unsteadily down the aisle as if they've already hit the punchbowl. And that's always when a photographer snaps a picture!

Skirts of all types are a challenge, too, for the beginner. I was doing an Internets search and discovered there are even special schools now where ADULTS are taught "Petticoat Training" (and "Petticoat Discipline" (?)) Obviously, many girls out there are not helped to manage these items in their youth, of there would be no need for such schools!

Here is an article that has some tips, at least, even though the author goes a bit overboard about the "pleasures" or wearing skirts. (Believe me, it's not that big a deal.)


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SKIRT TRAINING FUNDAMENTALS (for adults)
An article by Tessy Staylace


There are basically two types of skirts, and, in wearing them day in and day out, women must constantly be aware of the them, especially when pursuing certain activities.

Straight skirts, especially if of a longer length, are probably the most restrictive. Bending down, negotiating stairways, and sitting number among the many of those times when a woman is VERY aware, whether she likes it or not, that she is wearing a skirt.

It is mostly impossible for a lady to bend down at the waist to pick up something, as the tightness about her thighs and restricted ability to spread those thighs necessitates her keeping them tightly together and bending at the knees. With high heels on, this can take much practice, as balance is precarious. There is very little she can do in order to accomplish her task!

Heels also tend to hinder her ability to climb stairs. Combine a tight, straight skirt with high heels and, sometimes, the task may be impossible. Most ladies accomplish this by ascending the stairs in a "sideways" fashion. This technique works for descending stairs as well, a time which can prove to be very dangerous, since a large chance exists that she may trip up on those heels! While most straight skirts tend to have slits (vents), some slits are not very long, and do not really make the job of climbing stairs easy.

So one can see that heels really are an important part of the skirt management discussion, particularly since women usually wear them with straight skirts. As a result, it is imperative that all skirt management practice be done wearing at least 3" (and preferably 4") heels. Without them, all is for naught.

If the straight skirt is very short, modesty becomes a consideration. When short skirts are tight, they tend to ride up with body movement. Therefore, it is imperative that a lady continually pull the skirt down, in order to keep her crotch covered. Stretching up is another activity that should be avoided when wearing any short skirt. Awareness is something ladies always must practice when wearing such garments. Then, that provides for an aura of femininity in the manner in which she walks, sits and otherwise negotiates her way through the day. The helplessness and hindrance engendered by straight skirts certainly adds to her attractiveness.


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Full skirts (bouffants) present a whole other set of considerations. Nothing is so feminine, and nothing else has the potential for indignity. Here, too, a lady must keep on constant guard.

Sitting is the largest consideration: There are essentially two ways a lady may accomplish this. One way is to smooth her skirts under her [deleted] as she descends into sitting position. At the same time, she must be certain that the front part of her skirt is not billowing upwards so much as to compromise her modesty. All the while, if the skirt length is longer, she must make sure that the back part does not sweep the floor and muss her skirt and petticoats! This is very difficult if carrying anything in ones arms (such as children) and can cause much consternation on the part of said female.

The other way is for the lady to allow the back fullness to come up behind her, generally reducing the upswell on the front part of the skirt. The result is that there is nothing but panties between the lady and the seat. Could be a chilling (or unsanitary) prospect. It is, however, a delightful sight when the lady is sitting on the ground with her skirts about her! Of course, in such instance, her skirts must be perfectly arranged, special, attention given to the petticoats underneath!

During all of this, the petticoats and crinolines underneath tend to get mussed and wrinkled. A classy lady takes time out to inspect her underskirts at every possible moment, for the proper peeking out from under requires they be neat and seemly. The best way is for girlfriends to mutually inspect the two sets. Of course, the more layers, the more inspection and maintenance will be required. This allows careful arrangement of the layers, so that one is not hung up on another; and, of course, any
ornamentation and frillies (ribbons and bows) applied on the slips must also be kept from creasing.

Floor and ankle-length full skirts present another set of problems. Aside from the consideration of touching others with your skirts (improper), there is the safety situation. Tripping over one’s skirts can cause injury, to say nothing of embarrassment.

Some long skirts, particularly wedding gowns, incorporate trains. Like the tractor-trailer driver and his trailer, a lady must be aware that it is behind her at all times, short OR long. Magnificent, sweeping turns are required, but the lady’s hand must be free in order to pull the whole train up off the floor in many instances. It is a treacherous time, wearing a train, during which a lady is dependent upon the care and concern of all around her. Perhaps that is why brides have trains, in order to emphasis their helplessness and dependency.

Remember that petticoats and crinolines are at their best when providing a provocative atmosphere. Arrangement of such at appropriate times can prove to be very [deleted], and the rustle of taffeta and other petticoats is a sound not easily ignored. Wear more than one, so they can slide against each other, supplying a variety of interesting sounds.

While all these suggestions may be heeded, nothing woks as well as practice. So get into your heels, don that favorite pretty dress and get to work! You’ll feel the better for it!


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