COVER, EXPOSURE AND VALUE REDUCTION
For our daughters, and indeed all women…
A girl bought an iPad. When her father saw it, he asked her, “What was the first thing you did when you bought that device?”
“I put an anti-scratch sticker on the screen and bought a cover for the iPad,” she replied.
“Did someone force you to do so?” the man sought to know.
“No,” the young lady answered.
“Don’t you think it’s an insult to the manufacturer?” the dad wondered.
“No, Dad! In fact, they even recommend using a cover for the iPad,” the daughter explained.
“Did you cover it because it was cheap and ugly?” the father probed further.
“Actually, I covered it because I didn’t want it to get damaged and decrease in value.”
“When you put the cover on, didn’t it reduce the iPad’s beauty?”
“I think it looks better and it is worth it for the protection it gives my iPad,” the young lady assured her dad.
The father looked lovingly at his daughter and said, “Yet, if I had asked you to cover your body which is much more precious than the iPad, would you have readily agreed???” She was mute…
Indecent dressing and exposure of your body reduces your value and respect.