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Church not the place for bikinis (Opinion)

Change is a con­stant, but go­ing too far is what we are wit­ness­ing in our dai­ly lives when or­gan­is­ers of a fash­ion show with biki­nis think that a church or any re­li­gious build­ing, is okay to stage a show of women in a state of un­dress.

Shame on all of you or­gan­is­ers and mod­els, and those who said it was “too late to stop the show when the biki­nis came out.” You should have cov­ered up the bod­ies of those in biki­nis to al­low the pho­tog­ra­phers to get a pic­ture of that, to show to us the pub­lic in our news­pa­pers?

In T&T in the 1950s brides had to wear sleeves, and high neck dress­es on their wed­ding day in church, or the men’s jack­ets were used to cov­er the bride?

This is a dis­grace in T&T, as we have made it so easy to change the old cus­toms, we now dress our five-year-olds to look like adults with low necks and heels, be­cause “they look so cute”? And at the same age, you teach them to “wine their bum”, and laugh at it all?

Lent is no longer 40 days of qui­et and re­flec­tion, T&T play ca­lyp­so mu­sic and par­ty all year round, so now the fete and pro­fan­i­ty has ar­rived at, and reached our church­es and holy places!

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