During the scene where the Value Heroes are off to rescue the young women of Mutualopolis, two entire superheroes–Captain Choice and Accountability and Virtue Girl–are devoted to helping the Laurels pick out modest prom dresses. From this observation I draw two possible conclusions: 1) Sexual modesty is the preeminent challenge for young women. 2) “Virtue” as an eighth Young Women value is kind of superfluous.
I actually think both are true, but I have officially surrendered to the fact that “Virtue” is here to stay and it’s fine and there’s nothing I could do about it even if it weren’t fine, no matter how irritating it is to me intellectually. My twelve-year-old daughter generally likes being in Young Women, although she also likes complaining about it.
S.) One thing is for sure: I don’t remember ever, seeing articles on modest dress in the Friend.
This is not to say there never were any, but if I had to bet, I’d err on the “never any” side.
Heck, I couldn’t find a title.) It is about the Value Heroes–Lady Faith, Diva Divine Nature, Individual Worth Woman (“My worth goes to INFINITY AND BEYOND!
(And I was really grateful for that lack of horrible-sin mentality when I went to college in the humid southern U.Looking forward, the lesson I will be teaching is “Why are Covenants Important in My Life?” After going over the lesson, I can already see some issues that will arise.The consequences of sexual transgression are very serious. And I know that they must talk about way more than just modesty and dating in Young Women.I’ve seen the (outdated) Young Women manuals, which are probably more or less the same manuals I was taught with in Young Women, and there are only a couple lessons about chastity; the rest of it is about faith and scripture reading and boring crap like that.