Perhaps if the article was written with a less judgemental attitude it would be better. However, looking at the past editions there, Reader Nathan seems to be around 19 or 20. Now, I'm one that is not for using age as a qualifier, but most young men have . . . . a different understanding of women than the rest of the population.
That said, even though I of course agree with him on modesty for women (and men) and head coverings that's not really my first thought on meeting an Orthodox, but what type of life they join.
As one Greek priest once told me, "Yes, I do think women should wear headcoverings, but considering in my parish I have people having pre-marital sex, involved in occult and other religions, or those who only come to Church twice a year, what's on top of women's heads is not my first concern." A good viewpoint, imho.