If you pay close attention, you'll see that we live in a world of stark contrasts. From one standpoint, the evil inclination has never been stronger. From the other standpoint, our generation has been graced with an unprecedented illumination of emuna and teshuva. The sages of the Talmud feared the era that we now live in, the period that precedes the coming of Moshiach. The great Amora Ula said, "May he [Moshiach] come, and may I not see him!" (Tractate Sanhedrin, 98b). In other words, may Moshiach come, but I don't want to be in the generation that heralds his arrival: Ula, Raba and others like them were afraid that they couldn't withstand the challenges of our generation, especially in the areas of emuna and personal holiness.
If you're a woman who, despite the social pressure, dresses modestly, you can't imagine the reward that awaits you in the World to Come. And, if you're a man who does his best to guard his eyes and maintain personal holiness, you're in for some very pleasant surprises. The two of you are the heroes of this generation.