Here's a novel idea. Special glasses for "ultra orthodox" Jewish men who don't want to see immodestly dressed women.
The ultra-Orthodox community’s unofficial “modesty patrols” are selling glasses with special blur-inducing stickers on their lenses. The glasses provide clear vision for up to a few meters so as not to impede movement, but anything beyond that gets blurry — including women. It’s not known how many have been sold.
I can sympathize with the desire to protect oneself from the shamelessness of others. But I don't care for the name or concept.
A) It seems to me that modesty isn't rightly predicated of an instrument that blurs vision.
B) Since they can't block out a woman's "sexual values" without also blocking out her face, I'd say these glasses are bound to exascerbate rather than overcome a tendency to objectify women.
What say others?