I didn’t read the babe’s blog, but I guess she’s probably decent looking, or else no one would have cared that she was going to stop wearing yoga pants or spandex or whatever. Am I right? If some 300 pounder or some crack addict wanted to find Christ and stop looking and acting disgusting, no one cares, but when some hot Christian mom decides to cut her husband off from some eye candy, we’re all going to weigh in on it. Had that same hot Christian wife started a porn website or murdered her husband, it would have had pretty much the same effect. The point is, even a sexy Christian woman wants to NOT call attention to her assets, she has to get rid of what makes her sexy. If not, she’s just wasting what God gave her and kidding herself.



Let’s just assume the husband is good with this blogger not wearing sexy clothes, presumably because he’d rather get her out of the clothes when he’s around. That’s hot. If he comes home from work and catches her in baggy jogging pants and a flannel shirt and wants to hump her till the cows come home, high fives to that guy. However, if he just spent half of his day staring at the twenty year-old intern, imagining how she wiggled into that tight skirt, mamma might wanna put a little sexy on for her man.


I’m sure when Hot Christian Wife is home alone and Mr. Plumber has to come over and look for plugged-up holes, her husband probably expects her to wear the baggies and flannel.  However, if he gets invited to a class reunion and the plumber’s going to be there, Christian Husband will expect his wife to make Mr. Plumber a bit envious. If not, there’s no real point of going to the reunion. In fact, if she’s not going to look like a sexy Christian wife, there’s no real point in taking her anywhere: that intern would do just fine.  


As any old lady or hot girl who got fat after childbirth will tell you, if you got it, flaunt it. You don’t have to make out with the mailman or have the unemployed neighbor across the street ravage you from behind up against the washing machine, but what’s the fun of being good-looking if nobody knows it? Yes, purity is an important part of being a Christian, and if the cable man wants to drill into more than the wall, it’s hurting his eternal soul and all, but since he’s a man, he’d be thinking about his coaxial cable even if Christian Mom wasn’t picking the baby’s bottle up off the ground with both hands around the shaft, standing over the sink to wipe it off.


Surely, Christian Wife’s hubby will also stop doing anything that makes him appealing to women. Interestingly, men do not have to wear tight pants to make their cocks look big in order to be sexy to women. They have to do things like be funny or nice, or have just a touch of grey, or smile or have a deep voice or square jaw. Her husband should probably stop flaunting his man juice all over the office in order to show he respects his wife.


Young, pretty, and sexy women are hot no matter what they wear--that’s why we’ve locked them away or tried to cover them up for thousands of years. If Christian Husband loves his wife enough to not care how she looks except for the one time per week she’s massaging his balls, then he should by all means encourage her to stop tempting other men. Or if wearing yoga pants gives her yeast infections. If, however, the way his hot Christian wife looks helps him to maintain an erect love for her and not ask the intern to let him sign her documents with his pen,  then he should fight against a wife who wants to keep her cookies in the cupboard. Let her know she’s sexy and not sinful. Or sinful in a good, married way that God intended. On his fiftieth wedding anniversary, wouldn’t he rather be thinking of his wife, back in the day, wearing her French maid outfit while cleaning the house or her yoga pants while doing yoga in front of the TV instead of his neighbor’s daughter? Probably depends on what the neighbor’s daughter is wearing.


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