I think everyone should dress they way they feel comfortable, the problem I see with any stance as this is that it forcefully says "my way is better than yours" and that's intolerant and does not good to peace culture.
It sounds like it would be an incredibly boring club, but I'm all for a movement about modesty! I saw a girl today come into my place of employment wearing tights that were so tight and so far up her butt that it just looked like her bottom half was gray... and naked. Gross.
No need for a modesty revolution. A person should strive to express themselves as is... if that is through walking around nood or through modesty then fine, but if you are actively trying to exhibit modesty, or any projection of yourself, then you are just being inauthentic to who you are.
@QuantumStorm - where I came from, girls with unattractive faces wore the revealing clothing. I guess it was the only way to get guys to look at them. the pretty girls were modest about their bodies, for the most part, including the cheerleaders who wore short skirts as part of their uniforms only on game day.
@wordwarrior39 - Yeah, that happened a lot during the very early part of my middle school years. It sorta flipped around for the rest of my teenage years though. It looked like the prettier girls figured they could get away with more and the uglier girls gave up as they didn't get the attention they felt they deserved. But eh, it is what it is
In todays language the word modesty insights ignorant thoughts on what it means. It means Class, someone that dresses & has the manners of a lady. And yes....we'd do well to recapture what we gave away as women.