The Modesty Survey was not intended to serve as a scientific measurement of what the average man thinks about modesty. In the strictest sense, it isn't a survey, but a discussion between Christian guys and girls who care about modesty. Over 200 Christian girls submitted their questions. In less than twenty days, over 1,600 Christian guys (12 and up) responded. Close to 200,000 separate pieces of data were collected, including 25,000 text responses.
I'm curious to hear your thoughts on this once you've poked around the site a bit.
While I agree that Christians should be aware of how one's manner of dress and behavior can affect others, I'm a little concerned about some of the (hopefully unintentional) negative messages about sexuality, etc I have come across in several of the institutional attempts to "teach" modesty.
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