Ayesha Curry, wife of NBA Stephen Curry started a war with feminists out there by her honest comments on Twitter about the way women should dress in public. She’s not a trophy wife, she is also a fashion expert and she’s devoted to all things fashion. In her latest comments a few days ago it sparked a long debate over modesty vs. slutiness when it comes to women.
“Everyone’s into barely wearing clothes these days huh? Not my style. I like to keep the good stuff covered up for the one who matters.”
What she’s telling is keeping a good impression doesn’t mean to show cleavage, or butt or anything that might offend your significant other, for her example her husband. She’s NOT single anymore, she have priorities in order, like motherhood. But she respects her husband. Respect as in keeping her MODESTY towards others by wearing clothes that doesn’t offend him or others. Single women should do the same.
Feminist movement didn’t like it one bit over that comment stating that “misogyny” and “patriarchy” is “controlling” her or comparing her words to going to the market. And that doesn’t sound like the case. If you feminists know the meaning of control, visit Iraq or Afghanistan or a region controlled by the Taliban regime or Isis, where women there, have to be covered head to toe, not able to drive, walk by herself, or get an education like you clowns take for granted. Oh, and don’t forget forced marriages at the tender age of 9. And you complain about this?
Let’s go for the second tweet:
“Just looking at the latest fashion trends. I’ll take classy over trendy any day of the week.”
That means she have good taste in how to wear and present herself to the world. She’s NOT saying that wearing trendy like this:
Means that she’s asking for it. a ho’, a slut. It means she have different tastes in fashion, just like anyone else. But keep in mind, clothing is part of your personality, so if you’re dressing like this picture above or worst you know the people around you might come to you with not with the good intentions. A woman should show modesty, good poise and more importantly confidence in herself.
Feminist movement did everything to bash this mother of two and trying to silence her, but in the end it didn’t work. Their tactics of shutting her or any female down just because they have common sense and modesty, respect and manners, has gone flat in the matter of seconds by supporters like this one.
“Don’t be mad at Ayesha Curry because she got a wedding ring and you can’t even get ketchup with your burger.” Sean @seantaneous
“Love and appreciate you & everything you stand for! Thanks for being a great example as a believer, woman, wife, mother etc.” Myra @miragreen
Dressing classy over trendy any day of the week, I definitely agree. Femininity doesn’t have to be showing all the good parts for everyone to see. If you want to get a guy, show your personality, not your boobs.