Ayesha Curry caught the attention of many women when she tweeted about sexy dressing. “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.” The tweet sparked a debate among feminist and women who prefer to show more skin than others. Curry later tweeted “Classy over trendy any day of the week.”
There are some who will disagree with Curry’s modesty statement. But as the wife of NBA point guard Stephen Curry, she along with her husband are devout Christians. Her comments, perhaps, derive more so from her belief that more is better for public wear in the eyes of God. Where she was accused of bashing and degrading women is merely an individuals opinion. Covering up and saving everything for your husband does not apply to all. One opinion does not fit all and so the thoughts of women will vary. Is she trying to push her faith-based thoughts through tweets? Depends on how you read the messages. The mother of two girls has a preference in the way she dresses outside her home. Her decision to stick to her morals speaks volumes for what she stands for personally. But it’s her choice. Good, bad, right or wrong we are free to make them. Ayesha Curry’s decision to dress in modesty is something where we can agree, agree to disagree or disagree entirely.