What not to bring:
- Secular music (women only)
Album art may have images that cause male attendees to lust. On a related note, any type of dancing is strictly prohibited as it may draw attention to the fact that some camp attendees are in fact female.
- Unapproved books (women only)
Books with male/female interaction of any kind are strictly prohibited as it may inspire unseemly behavior in women.
- Shorts (women only)
Capri pants and floor-length denim skirts are acceptable alternatives. Male attendees may wear shorts of any length.
- Sleeveless shirts (women only)
You know who showed off their shoulders in the Bible? Jezebels.
- Makeup (women only)
Any female caught trying to improve her appearance will be sent home immediately.
- Sunscreen (women only)
If you need sunscreen, then you’re showing too much skin.
What to bring:
- 19th-century bathing suit (women only)
Can be found at any reputable antique store. Please see camp counselor for list of acceptable vendors.
- T-shirt to go over bathing suit (women only)
Any t-shirt from Abercrombie & Fitch or similar is a punishable offense.
- Loose-fitting shirts and pants (women only)
Heather grey or other muted colors are preferred.
- Turtleneck (women only)
May only be worn under loose-fitting shirt as most turtlenecks are slim-fitting and may cause male attendees to have impure thoughts.
- Chastity belt (women only)
May be purchased from purveyor of 19th-century bathing suit.
- Crippling body shame (women only)
If you own a female body, you should be ashamed. It’s every woman’s sole responsibility to control the lustful thoughts of everyone around her.