Vox Clamantis In Deserto
A multilingual collection of intellectual and evangelical musings
This is interesting in light of a documentary about women and trousers in the mid-1900s Finland. At the time, women usually had to cover their legs down to the ankles. The common opposition to women in trousers was that they would reveal too much of the body contours.
But fast forward a few decades, and it’s hard to imagine that women’s clothing was supposed to cover more of the body than men’s.
I now prefer kilts/skirts to shorts in the warm season, and I think they do cover more of my body. I can’t imagine that being a problem to anyone.
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