I challenge liberals to consider if our society is getting better by denying G-d and denying a necessity for self control and purity? Without G-d what are we living for and what are we expecting after we've accomplished what we are living for? People are spiritually starving and it is showing its effects. People with no hope will not want to live anymore or will become depraved animals. I'm not saying we should have no fun or that we should all walk around in burkas. If you pay attention when a young woman walks around in the latest skimpy fashion apparel she is self-conscious and uncomfortable and it shows by her fidgeting. I grew up in an area that showed a lot of skin and was very liberal about everything. I witnessed what happens when people can literally do anything they want; they can take any drug, have any sexual experience, and just allow any hunger and desire to be fed. What happens is that unless self restraint is employed like a parachute this person becomes depraved and will not stop going deeper and deeper into depravity. Without boundaries people will behave much like children and only stop once money has run out, or they've crossed a line of either legality or physical danger. Sometimes people go insane or become so enslaved to a substance that they loose themselves and either die or have to dig their way out of deep, dark enclaves of their own multidemensional hell. Most people say that they can't help it; their parents are at fault or an experience in life made them this way. We are obligated as a society to not allow ourselves to become depraved; give support to the struggling souls who may or may not realize they need help.
This is why although people think I'm very odd for wearing a tichel and tzitzit publicly, I do it for them. I do it for our society that we can remember that there is more to life than just our paychecks, televisions, and technology. B"H!