Oh, my. Utah Eagle Forum interns showing cleavage and thigh.
I try to keep up on operations of the Utah Eagle Forum, which in some ways runs the Utah Legislature, and therefore to a degree, all Utahns’ lives. But I was taken aback, then highly amused, to see the photos accompanying the Standard-Examiner story Sunday about young adults and teenagers who monitor bills at the Capitol for the Eagle Forum. Was that a low neckline and a high skirt?
Gayle Ruzicka, stern president of the organization that says it fights for family values, the Bible and the Constitution, must be slipping after all her years in the legislative trenches. How else to interpret the spectacle of her youth warriors displaying a little skin on the job? The Eagle Forum has a history of virulently fighting feminists and all things feminism, and it preaches conservative family adherence to modesty and other moral standards. In that light, I would expect those young women under the forum’s tutelage to be garbed neck to mid-shin, at least.
We should demand the utmost in propriety from those who are working so hard to micromanage our lives.