B'Inyan Tzvias Tmunos Nashim Mifuratzos:
Lichvod Ahuvati HRH"G Rebbetzin C. Sabra Shlit"a,
In response to your question regarding the correct color to use when marking up pictures of "not-tznius" (but beautiful) women and little girls, I have a few general comments. Firstly, I am not so comfortable to admit it, (but nu, a gaon of my stature has to say the emes), but I takkeh enjoyed the picture. It is a shandeh though that u had to use ink of such strong permanence. I guess I am mechuyav to add though that it is not only pictures of females that need to be covered, but any pictures of Goyim should be either colored on, covered with a sticker, and even better, whenever possible to deface the image and scratch out the picture entirely. I will ask my gabbai to send you a holepuncher. V'Hamachmir Tavo Alav Brocho. It is our Achrayus to remove such graven images, Toi'evos, from our midst. After removing them from your midst, please send the holepunched images to my office.
U'Vnoigeiah L'Inyanenu, your Kasheh was about which color would be most suitable for coloring with. I have examined the sample of pink pen that you sent me. Agav, the pens with glittery fluff on top are much more fun to use. L'fi
Anyiyus Da'ati Vira'os Eini, the pink does not sufficiently cover the Shikza from Medinas Ashkenaz and I was able to see right through your sample, Baruch Hashem. I am gratified that you know me so well. Also, pink is a very similar color to red, which we know from Chachameinu Z"L is the color of Nashim Zonos. Again, thank you and baruch hashem.
Mikan U'lahaba, it is crucial that such pictures be covered in ONLY light ink, and a magic marker is NEVER good. U'Vzchus "Nashim Yaffos" may we merit to "Tizkiru V'asisem Es Kol Mitzvosai Vyisem KEDOSHIM..." Amen Ken Yehi Ratzon.
*bli kavanah of any puns