Modest is NOT Hottest
(Blog article by Natasha Craig, posted June 1, 2014)
Growing up in a materialistic world is a challenge, I won’t sugar coat it. Pretty much all of my self esteem issues can stem back to those moments I unwisely compared myself to some unrealistic expectation found on a magazine or makeup add, of what I should look like.
Modest Is NOT Hottest.
I’m coming out and telling you something I was never told, because it is something that needs to be understood.
If you want to be “hot” if you want to be “sexy” if you want to be “eye candy” you will not find that while keeping your shorts long, and necklines high.
Seductive eyes and enhanced body parts are “hot”.
We as women want to be loved, we want to be valued, we want someone to surprise us with roses, and write us cute love songs on their guitar, we want to be in love with a man we can call our best friend. But somewhere along the way we have been falsely led to believe that in order to be loved… in order to be valued, we need to be sexually appealing and that if we are appealing, that love we seek will come to us.