Hundreds of years ago the first temptation to women appeared in the Garden of Eden through the enticement of an apple. Today, to the 21st century woman, the temptation comes through the beguiling charm of her wardrobe. A trip to the Garden of Eden would find that the apple was eaten because of compromise to Eve's character. A trip to the mall today will find that women have not only compromised their character, but their bodies as well as they pull on clothing that is sensual and seductive. Why Wear Those Hoochie Mamma Dresses? is directed to young girls and women, addressing the apparent lack of responsibility in which seductive clothing is worn in our modern day world. Author Martha Cahoon deals with ?fashion flagrance? head-on, not in a ?cram it down your throat? method, but with a whimsical sense of humor grounded in biblical truth. How we dress and present our bodies to the world is a statement of our purity. Since the Garden of Eden, the author of compromise, Satan, has tried to destroy that purity. But the Bible equips us to protect by allowing God to dress us from the inside out, which is reflected not only in our demeanor, but in our selection of fashions as well. The Bible says, ?The King's daughter is all glorious within, her clothing is interwoven with gold.? Read Why Wear Those Hoochie Mama Dresses? to see what the King has in His daughter's wardrobe.