A woman in San Diego, in an attempt to locate her lost Chihuahua, stood on a street corner with a sign asking if anyone saw it. The reason it became a news item was she wore a bikini to get the attention of passing drivers. She not only got their attention, she got the attention of a weirdo who not only sent her a picture of a Chihuahua (not necessarily hers), but of his private parts.
Why would this woman be surprised? Females need to understand that when they dress provocatively, they will garner attention. Unfortunately, it’s not always the attention they want. A teenager might wear something low cut in order to get a certain teen boy to notice them. Unfortunately, they also get the pervert down the street to notice also.
1 Timothy 2:9 reads, I also want women to dress modestly, with decency and propriety, not with braided hair or gold or pearls or expensive clothes. God didn’t want women to garner unwanted attention years ago, and he doesn’t want us to do it now.
You don’t have to dress in a burka to keep safe, but use some common sense. Don’t let your cleavage hang out all over and don’t allow your backside to show. Leave something for the imagination. If you want a certain man to notice you, let him notice you for what’s inside, not for what’s hanging out.
This way, it will remain a mystery until you decide to show it to the person of your choice. And the weirdo down the street will remain oblivious to what you have to offer.
P.S. I’m not blaming any victim who has received unwanted attention for the way they’ve dress. It was not your fault, it was the fault of the idiot who hurt you or attempted to hurt you. I’m just suggesting we don’t put ourselves in that position in the first place.