Jenny is a dear friend and a leader in the community in issues relating to Judaism and sexuality. Her work as a scholar and educator is an immense asset to the Orthodox community and I fully agree and wholeheartedly with her sentiments offered here. I wish only to present an approach to the issue at hand from a slightly different perspective. For almost a decade I have taught what are commonly known as “kallah classes” on a one-on-one basis to a significant number of women in preparation for marriage. These study sessions cover hilkhot niddah and hilkhot tzniut, along with a fairly broad and detailed primer on sex, and I continue to work with couples after marriage in answering questions about niddah and offering guidance regarding issues that come up in their sexual lives. My approach to talking about hilkhot tzniut is therefore very much informed by the ongoing experience of talking to women individually and hearing their responses as we cover the source material that Jenny dealt with in her lecture.