Dear Young Girl-
I saw your profile picture on Facebook today. You are 19 years old, you are attractive and your world revolves around boys. I know you want them to be attracted to you, so you have chosen to wear clothes like this. Your outfit is just skimpy enough to be provocative, but not over the line, not too immodest for a mormon girl. You feel "sexy" when you dress this way. But this is what I foresee for you.
You will meet a handsome young man who likes the way you look. You will marry and a have a few adorable children. Then you will discover that your husband is addicted to pornography and lust. This will break your heart, and suddenly you will loathe "sexy."
You will realize that you are not "sexy", not like the women your husband feels compelled to look at. And for that matter, you will no longer desire to be "sexy." You will desire to be loved by the man you chose, just the way you are, with the body you have now after bearing his children.
Protect your virtue. Respect yourself and demand the boys you date do likewise. Perhaps then you will attract a young man who does not want "sexy." Or even if you do, you can be confident that he married you for your true worth and not for your sexual appeal. Perhaps you will spare yourself this heartache, and you will not look back with regret at the way you advertised yourself as a young woman.
This is my advice to you.