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Old 12-09-2012, 07:41 AM   #63
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Originally Posted by raymark

I don't think the message is any different than the one we send by letting them style their hair vs forcing them to wear it however it naturally falls, allowing them to wear a particular color of sweater because it complements their skin tone & makes them feel good, allowing them to whiten their teeth, permitting them to shave legs or pluck unibrows, work out to define muscles/sculpt the body, or wear lengthening mascara on skimpy lashes. the message reads as: "this is your body, you own & control it, & no one (not even I) has the right to try to try to take that control from you. I love you, trust you, respect you, & will always be here as you continue to grow, explore, & become the you that you want to be"
. I agree with you 100%!

I'd like to add a few pics of my DD in her bombshell bras since I feel like a lot of you have an idea of how she may look. She's a very conservative girl and as long as no one looks under her clothes, they have no idea what she's wearing under them .









And this is about as "sexy" as she dresses (only because she has to)



I don't buy her the padded bras to encourage her to sexualize her body or make her think she's not good enough, I buy them because that's what she wants and I personally don't think it's my place to choose her underwear! I personally feel it's no different than allowing make up (as this would send the message that her natural beauty isn't good enough), or coloring ones hair. As long as she's not wearing clothes that show off her breasts...I'm good (and she picks her own clothes, not me).
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