[I]n our house, there are no second chances, ladies. If you want to stay friendly with the Hall men, you’ll have to keep your clothes on, and your posts decent. If you try to post a sexy selfie, or an inappropriate YouTube video – even once – you’ll be booted off our on-line island.She's right. We men of integrity prefer scantily clad women who are hard at work putting themselves through college through artistically rendered interpretive dance routines of 80's classics such as Girls, Girls, Girls and Pour Some Sugar on Me.
I know that sounds harsh and old-school, but that’s just the way it is under this roof for a while. We hope to raise men with a strong moral compass, and men of integrity don’t linger over pictures of scantily clad high-school girls.
Seriously, though, this is precisely the sort of shaming behavior in which women are going to have to increasingly engage if they don't wish to see the average standard of female behavior continue to decline into naked advertising displays. And as for the idiot commenters complaining about photos of the woman's sons on the beach, I will simply point out that the state of attire is not the issue. Sexual provocation and titillation is the issue.
There are naked pictures that are entirely non-sexual. And there are fully-clothed pictures whose sole intent is to titillate. I used to keep a naked picture of my roommate framed on my bookshelf and not a single woman or homosexual man found it even slightly sexually enticing, as it happened to be one of the funniest and most disturbing pictures ever taken in the history of photography.