Men's Dress Worn By Women
Quote:It's nice that men spend so much of their time thinking about women's clothing. It's such a relief to me as a woman that I don't have to exercise my frail powers of discernment related to the horrible burden of what to wear every day.

Yes, it is nice as it indicates a genuine hatred of immodesty and seeks to help women understand the occasion of sin in which they often unwittingly place men's souls.

Any moralist who has ever studied and written on the subject of moral theology does so for the same reason (I don't claim to be a theologian): to explain principals that haven't yet been successfully promulgated, acknowledged, or understood or that require further clarification.

Pax Domini sit semper vobiscum; et cum spiritu tuo.

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frerejacques Wrote:It's nice that men spend so much of their time thinking about women's clothing. It's such a relief to me as a woman that I don't have to exercise my frail powers of discernment related to the horrible burden of what to wear every day. 

It does seem to me that men ought to be more focused on men's clothing. Another proof of why I'm the best Catholic ever.
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Well according to some here, you're a cross dresser.
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didishroom Wrote:Well according to some here, you're a cross dresser.

I prefer to think of it as "the best of both worlds".
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QuisUtDeus Wrote:Before I lock this thread....
:laughing: and that was on page one!
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The_Harlequin_King Wrote:
frerejacques Wrote:It's nice that men spend so much of their time thinking about women's clothing. It's such a relief to me as a woman that I don't have to exercise my frail powers of discernment related to the horrible burden of what to wear every day. 

It does seem to me that men ought to be more focused on men's clothing. Another proof of why I'm the best Catholic ever.

If you don't already, you should have a St. Martin of Tours medal - patron of tailors and soldiers.  [Image: waytogo.gif]
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frerejacques Wrote:If you don't already, you should have a St. Martin of Tours medal - patron of tailors and soldiers.  [Image: waytogo.gif]

I didn't know about the tailors one. Fascinating.

I do have Regine Pernoud's book Martin of Tours: Soldier, Bishop, Saint.
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