I don’t know if you’ve noticed but people seem to be more outraged at modesty than at nudity.
Remember Yvonne Orji (Molly in HBO’s hit show, Insecure) granted an interview to People magazine where she explained her decision to remain a virgin until marriage.
“Before any of [the fame] happened, I sat down with myself and with God and thought, When I make it, how do you want me to represent you while I’m here?”
Later in the interview, she answered her own question: “It was like, Okay, I know why I’m here. It’s to make you proud.”
And ”World People” reacted on Twitter, some seemed to have difficulty understanding—or accepting—Orji’s decision. One user, for example, commented,
“Being a virgin at 33 not because you’re asexual, or have an issue attracting partners, but because of religion is sad. Not sorry.”
There’s also been a wave of positive notes on the other side. One user remarked on the notable tendency society has, currently, to be more outraged at modesty than at nudity.