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November 1, 2002

Traditionally, women could sew.

by Feòrag

A group of Mormon girls in Arizona have petitioned a local store to stock more modest clothing, complaining that the only non-revealing stuff they stock is designed for older women.

Our point is not to censor anyone. We want options to be able to buy clothing that represents the standards of these girls' homes.

Alternatively, they could do what larger women (and especially larger goths) have done for years and learn dressmaking. Midriff mutiny: Teens fight for modest duds - The Arizona Republic, October 29th 2002.

Posted in Hypocrisy at 12:04. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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