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Christian Pastor Trends Over Tweet On Female Modesty That Outrages Feminists

Christian Pastor Trends Over Tweet On Female Modesty That Outrages Feminists

From an article on Daily Wire

A Christian pastor from Utah trended nationally on social media for hours on Tuesday over a tweet he posted concerning female modesty.

Though pastor Brian Sauvé received much support from men and women alike, he became a target for outraged feminists, some of whom sent Sauvé racy photos of their breasts and other body parts.

“Dear Ladies,” started the tweet that set off Twitter. “There is no reason whatsoever for you to post pictures of yourself in low cut shirts, bikinis, bra and underwear, or anything similar—ever. Not to show your weight loss journey. Not to show your newborn baby. Not to document your birth story.”

The post is signed off, “Your Brothers.”

A mocking “Dear Brian” hashtag trended for hours after the post was published, and numerous male and female feminists scolded the pastor for having what they characterized as an unwanted opinion about female modesty. The tweet has been quote-tweeted nearly 20,000 times.

Here’s a taste of  the outrage, reported by The Blaze:

“I am a proud member of the congregation of the Holy Church of Mind Your Own Damn Business. You should try it sometime. — My Body, My Choice,” replied MSNBC contributor Katie Phang.

“Pastors like you are why the Church is known for misogyny and the subjugation of women more than empathy and equity. You should try the sacred ministry of minding your own damn business,” responded anti-Trump author John Pavlovitz.

“Dear Brian, Your invisible sky daddy doesn’t care how you like to Do It & neither does anyone else, you repressed weirdo. No one is going to ‘share’ anything with you, perv. Please get therapy on how to treat women as the human beings we are,” tweeted liberal author Tara Dublin.

“How little control do you have over yourself that you can’t tolerate women posting pictures like that ‽ We really didn’t need to know that you’re constantly touching yourself and incapable of stopping,” read another tweet.