Modesty is a virtue which has become a rare commodity today; particularly in the West; as even a practical and honest look at the subject of modesty has been driven back by illogical “freedom of expression” arguments. No one is allowed to blame the female’s mode of dress for anything bad which may happen to them as a consequence. They are allowed to dress however they want and in whatever makes them feel “comfortable” and “powerful”. The man is always wrong and he’s always the villain, a perfect dialectic narrative which has created an environment of non stop sexual provocation of men, which subsequently leads to 100% blame when he does succumb to temptation.
Gabby Douglas’ take on it was logical, non emotional, and ultimately correct and shame on her for succumbing to the pressure of women who are completely subjected to their irrational emotions. Hopefully she retracts her retraction of the truth and begs God for forgiveness.
An emotional disagreement broke out amongst the members of the 2016 Summer Olympic’s Final Five after gymnast Gabby Douglas commented on an anti-victim blaming Instagram post made by teammate Aly Raisman. In response to Raisman’s text, which encouraged women to “wear what you feel good in” despite those who would blame sexual assault on a woman’s clothing, Douglas seemed to disagree. “However it is our responsibility as women to dress modestly and be classy,”Douglas tweeted. “Dressing in a provocative/sexual way entices the wrong crowd.”
Beautiful. The truth always is and Gabby Douglas spoke it in the above quote. However, the inevitable response came.
Fellow Olympian Simone Biles subsequently came to Raisman’s defense and expressed her disappointment at Douglas’ comment. “Shocks me that I’m see this but it doesn’t surprise me,” Biles said in part. “Honestly seeing this brings me to tears bc as your teammate I expected more from you & to support her.”
Unfortunately, Ms. Douglas caved to the godless culture which idolizes the immodestly dressed woman and regurgitated the feminist talking points in this apology.
“I didn’t correctly word my reply & I am deeply sorry for coming off like I don’t stand alongside my teammates,” Douglas explained. “Regardless of what you wear, abuse under any circumstance is never acceptable. I am WITH you. #metoo.”
Abuse is never acceptable but immodest wear is never acceptable either Gabby. You spoke the truth at first and then you rejected it. Hopefully you will contemplate what you have done and realise that you should have held fast to the truth.