Wednesday, December 14, 2011

A Word About the "Bikini" and the Sacredness of the Womb

The Webster dictionary describes the bikini as a woman's "scanty" two-piece bathing suit.

As we all know, sexual mores have changed in recent years. There was a sexual revolution. The bikini was only invented in 1946.

Although this will enrage many, Catholic women do not wear the bikini. The womb is sacred. It is to be covered. To be veiled. Sorry to hurt some people's feelings, but that's just the way it is and basta.

The bikini is the active opposition to modest dress and the Madonna warned at Fatima in 1917 that fashions "will be" introduced which "will" offend my Son greatly.


  1. 1911 pantaloons for all swimmers! :-)

  2. So, in our modern day, what is "modesty"?

  3. Now I agree about the modern bikini. It shows to much, and is not god for swimming. Upi will not like this, but I think your reasons are wrong. You make the uterus, which cannot be seen, something of a fetish. it is not uterine potential that this is designed to show. It is an emphasis on the labial and vaginal for the purpose of arousal which is at issue. It is the same old problems. Fashion often serves the erotic and thus is an ossccasion of sin.


  4. in many cases their outfits — and the male leering it provokes — are often a way to bandage up their insecurities in a world where they can’t match up to the oh-so-sexy, celebrity stereotypes of womanhood.

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  5. There are mosaics in Sicily, over 1900 years old, which show women in bikinis throwing a ball around on the beach.
    Hardly "modern".