The Godly Truth About Bikinis - FINALLY Someone Gets It!



  • 2014-03-06T03:29:07

Mark Thomas We shall find out!!

  • 2014-03-06T01:58:31

Do you think fb is ready for that? :D

  • 2014-03-06T01:55:18

Cam Crowder nothing wrong with enjoying your fave drinks and candy lol ... i'm 45 happily married and have done a bit of living lol done just about every job there is to do. played in bands a lot of my life. enjoy playing and recording music. it's all good, i like a good debate. sadly my exhaustion from working 6 days a week 11 hours a day and caring for my sick wife have dulled my edge lol ... take it easy. friend me if you want, i'll accept

  • 2014-03-06T01:48:35

Mark Winstanley Reality is what you make it in the end. Seems like we both have our own realities, and neither of us is going to be shaken out of what we believe. That said, let me level with you. Over half the responses I gave above were intended to troll. The main reason for that was to see your response, and I've gotta say I do see where you're coming from, and I have a certain respect for the fact that you argued your points so aggressively. Granted, I disagree with 90% of what you had to say, but you stood up and said it, and that means something to me. Let's be real, if everyone agreed on everything, the world would be a boring place. I don't want everyone to agree with me; I just want people to think. That's what the initial post was really about, and I can see it worked. Now, I completely stand behind what I said in that first post, don't get me wrong, but I've also enjoyed seeing your responses, believe it or not. XD And no Mark, I'm not a teen (although my abnormal love of peach sunkist and gummy worms might argue otherwise), I'm 23, married, and have a pretty darn happy life. XD Anyway, that's about it, I guess. Maybe someday in the future we can have an actual discussion about an issue like this outside of the comments and see where it goes.

  • 2014-03-06T01:35:51

Cam Crowder i don't need pop psychology books. but thank you anyway. i don't know how old you are but you sound like a teen ... maybe when you get a little older and wiser and put down those books and observe reality, it will make sense

  • 2014-03-06T01:27:34

Mark Winstanley And yet again you don't get it. Sorry, but I really can't make it any more plain for you. The only thing I can really say is, maybe do a little research. Read a book or two on psychology, sociology, feminism, etc. Maybe that'll help give you a new perspective. Then again, maybe it won't. Never hurts to broaden your horizons a little bit though. XD

  • 2014-03-06T01:19:30

Cam Crowder where does the shame come from cam? is it as if by magic it appears... no. it is caused by comparison ... the world is changing, it is getting worse every day, and folks creating nonsense like yourself help that heaps

  • 2014-03-06T01:11:48

Idoru Esther Petru Roy's right, this video is not meant to tell you what to do but to make you understand the effect of wearing a bikini to a man. If you want to be viewed as a screwdriver so be it. And there is a reason why these parts are called PRIVATE PARTS anyway. It has to be left private. Just saying..

  • 2014-03-06T01:09:50

Mark Winstanley Body shaming doesn't necessarily mean thinking you're too fat, too skinny, etc. It's actually a much deeper, psychological problem stemming from more sources than just the media. So, I don't really see how I've proven your point, as you've completely missed my meaning. Either way though, I doubt you'd agree with me, and that's fine. The world's changing, and more people are starting to wake up and question a lot of the societal norms, and that's really all I care about. XD

  • 2014-03-06T01:08:47

Wayne Holden You don't have to see how He dresses but only have to follow what He instructed. Read your bible everything is there. MODESTY is covering up what should be covered up. The reason also why these parts are called PRIVATE PARTS.^_^

  • 2014-03-06T01:04:57

Jenny Lee Ortiz women who respect their body would not wear such skimpy things. in the video, she said, "no model would wear the bikini during the debut so the engineer has to let a PROSTITUTE wear it." I'm sorry to those working in this industry but if you respect your body, why would you wear things people like these wear. That's why there are a lot of rape cases nowadays. We cannot blame men for acting in such a way it is in their genetic make up. but we women can do something about it by covering up what is supposed to be covered up. I am comfortable with my body I just don't want people looking at me like i'm a sex symbol. Preserve yourself girl.

  • 2014-03-06T00:54:28

All you ladies that think this video is right and makes sense with what was considered back in time. Just remember that only a few more years back and you all would have been whores for wearing pants and clothes that showed any leg, ankle or any other part of body.

  • 2014-03-06T00:51:34

Tim Buckle: Rape is rape, a criminal activity. Apparently you think that women are unable to think for themselves and choose to dress more modestly, resulting in a personal attack on someone who appreciates the choices his wife has made.

  • 2014-03-06T00:49:57

Mark Thomas I love you!!! Haha. Post it on FB!!!

  • 2014-03-06T00:48:38

I wear bikinis...

  • 2014-03-06T00:41:52

This is some huge ass gibberish. First off, if you want to compare dress codes and what people from 60 years ago thought about bikinis, why not just move 20 more years back or so. She would have been compared to a whore. In the early 1900's women weren't allowed to show their ankles. Women weren't allowed to be heard bathing in their own home even by their husbands. Women were supposed to wear layers upon layers of clothing. Come on!!!! Why only pick on the "sexy" part of getting dressed? Quite frankly, weather you bribe that you came from God or from monkeys, you were not born covered or to hide. Clothing didn't even exist when men first started life. Covering up in a particular way was a law/rule made by men, and nothing else. Andddd.....what goes through a woman's head when she sees a sexy half naked man? Should they cover up? I'm seen as a lady weather I wear a bikini, jeans or a dress. Not going to ponder over the rules men made for women.

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