Should Christian Women Be Allowed To Have Butts

The butt is one of the most beautiful parts of a woman’s body. It’s also a large part of what makes women look beautiful, and it can add so much to a great outfit. BUT many Christian women are afraid to wear bathing suits because their butts are considered “immoral” or simply too big — and they’re pressured that they should be ashamed of it. Or they just hate the way it looks on them, feel self-conscious, and avoid wearing any form-fitting clothing to hide it.

Should Christian Women Be Allowed to Have Butts

There’s a new trend in the Christian world, and it’s called “the butt.”

What is the butt? It’s a nice, round bottom. It’s an attractive feature that makes women look more feminine and attractive. And it’s something that many Christian women have been taught to avoid at all costs.

Butts are considered inappropriate in much of the Christian community because they’re associated with sexuality and sex appeal. Butts make people think about things like bikini waxing, thongs and Victoria Secret lingerie — not exactly what you want to be thinking about when you’re trying to live out a life of service and devotion to God.

As a result of all this pressure, many Christian women have decided that their butts need to go. They’ve started wearing yoga pants instead of jeans or slacks because they don’t want anyone seeing their behinds when they wear those pants. They’ve gotten plastic surgery to make their butts smaller or bigger or rounder or flatter or firmer (I don’t even know what some of those words mean). And many women have decided that if God wants them to have butts, then he needs to give them one.

Are The Butts Injurious to Your Health and That Of Others?

The Bible doesn’t say much about butts.

In fact, there’s only one mention in the entire book of Matthew, where it talks about people who are “seated in the chair” (Matthew 23:6).

But what if you could prove that butts are not only harmful to yourself but to others as well? Would you stop wearing them?

There is no evidence to suggest that wearing a butt is dangerous, but there is evidence that suggests that all butts are dirty and should be avoided at all costs.

The Bible does say that we shouldn’t judge each other based on outward appearances (1 Corinthians 6:15–16), so maybe it wouldn’t be fair to condemn those who wear butts on their heads or around their necks — unless they’re doing it for attention or out of some self-destructive impulse. But if someone has chosen to wear a butt because they like how it looks or feels, then they’re probably just being judgmental anyway!

Do Butts Hinder You from Carrying Out Your Duties As A Christian Woman?

A new study on women’s body image has revealed that almost half of Christian women in the U.S. are ashamed of their bodies and would rather not show them to anyone.

The Barna Group, an evangelical research firm based in Ventura, Calif., conducted a nationwide survey of 1,000 women on how they feel about their bodies. The results were released Tuesday in an online article published by Christianity Today magazine.

The research found that 46 percent of Christian women feel “extremely or very ashamed” about their bodies, while 40 percent said they are not at all ashamed.

In addition, just one in five Christians said they feel “extremely or very confident” about their appearance; the rest reported feeling either “not too confident” or “not confident at all.”

Barna also interviewed men who attend church regularly and found that their body shame was lower than that of women: Only 34 percent said they felt extremely or very ashamed of their appearance compared with 46 percent of women who identify themselves as Christians.

Does The Butt Have Any Impact on Your Life And That Of Your Peers.

The butt has been a source of controversy for the past few months.

It all started when Kim Kardashian posted an Instagram photo of herself in a thong that showed off her behind. Then, another celebrity, Nicki Minaj, was criticized for having an “unacceptable” body type because she does not have a butt.

Finally, we have reached our breaking point as Christian women — yes, we are allowed to have butts!

Does this mean that we should spend hours at the gym working on our butts? Absolutely not. Does it mean that we should avoid eating ice cream and cake because we want to be skinny? No way! The key here is balance and moderation. We should not focus so much on our butts that it becomes an obsession or hindrance to our lives. In fact, if you are doing too much just to get your butt looking great, you need to evaluate why you are doing it and how it affects your relationships with others around you (and God).

Pollution Of the Minds of Young People By The Exposure To Butts.

There is a very serious problem in our society today, and that is the pollution of the minds of young people by the exposure to butts.

A butt is a female body part that is on the back of women’s bodies. It is not something that should be exposed in public, because it could cause impurity in men’s minds.

The Bible clearly tells us that we must not have impure thoughts. The apostle Paul wrote: “Flee from sexual immorality. All other sins a man commits are outside his body, but he who sins sexually sins against his own body” (1 Corinthians 6:18).

The Bible also tells us that parents should not let their children look at women’s butts: “Do not give your daughters in marriage to those who practice sexual immorality or who worship idols” (Exodus 34:16).


Women who want to get butt implants aren’t going against the will of God. Neither are women who want plastic surgery to make themselves more beautiful, or women who get tattoos, or women who wear tight fitting clothing that shows their curves. That’s not where the Bible is coming from, and in a land filled with too many people sticking their noses in places they don’t belong, it’s time someone stood up for all people—male or female—of all walks of life to do what they wish with their bodies.

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