Another option is to get comfortable with how to answer questions about the Garment and be willing to engage in discussion with those who are curious. I don't imagine this kind of comfort will come immediately--it took me a few years to get comfortable with it.
Personally, I don't hesitate to change clothes in front of people outside of our faith. If they see my Garments and are curious, I tell them that after making certain ordinances we make a commitment to wear the Garment as a daily and physical reminder of the promises we have made to God. Sometimes I even say, "yes, it's a little weird, but I've accepted it and live by it." That's usually enough to gain people's respect on the issue.
Originally Posted by Just_A_Guy
Dude. When both Vort and
MOE are in agreement, the thinking has been done.