Pastor ripped for tweeting that women should not post sexy photos on social media

That’s what many are telling Christian pastor Brian Sauve after he tweeted women should not post racy photos on social media.To get more news about 国产一片免费观看, you can visit our official website.

Sauve, who works at Refuge Church in Ogden, Utah, was accused of being misogynistic towards women on the platform, The Blaze reported.

His tweet read: “Dear Ladies, 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. -Your Brothers.”The tweet got ratioed, with thousands of replies and likes. There were many hostile comments directed Sauve’s way.

One woman wrote, “Dear Brian, F–k off -The World,” kicking off a now-viral #DearBrian trend.

“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,” said MSNBC contributor Katie Phang.

Sauve defended the initial tweet, tweeting: “Quite a few men and women who would likely identify as liberal feminists have recently taken quite the interest in my Twitter account.

“Many of you likely use and promote the #MeToo movement — yet hundreds of you are sending me unsolicited sexual images and videos. Is that ok now? I thought your sexual ethic was all about consent? This seems like naked (pun intended) hypocrisy on your part,” he said..

He added, “If a man were to send you unsolicited nude pictures or sexually explicit videos of himself, you would (rightly!) judge him as a sexually abusive pervert. But you can do it to me? How does the ethical math work out on that? Maybe your sexual ethics aren’t so ethical after all.”