In order to prevent inadvertent exposure of nursing mothers’ breasts during church meetings to the bishopric, or to the deacons passing the sacrament — and the related possibility of those men having bad thoughts — scarves or blankets should definitely be used to conceal the nursing from male eyes.
Thus, effective immediately, all deacons and bishopric members will wear scarves or blankets over their heads.
Of course, this will inconvenience a few people here and there. Deacons might sometimes run into each other, or the side of a pew, or perhaps a congregation member. Water will sometimes be spilled. Bishops will be less able to watch ward members from the stand.
However, these are small sacrifices to make. The prevention of bad thoughts is of far more import than a deacon’s bruised thigh, or a bishop’s difficulty in watching ward members. We must all work together to keep men’s eyes off of women’s bodies. And how better to do so, really, than by placing blankets over men’s heads?
I hope you can all join me in supporting this proposal.