Comment 64549

By Mr. Meister (anonymous) | Posted June 03, 2011 at 16:55:34

If you dress like a slut (and I believe that it is like pornography you know it when you see it) people will think it. Whether or not it is verbalized is a totally different question. If you wear a business suit people will see the difference and will be aware of that too. It is certainly your right to wear whatever you want as long as it is within the law. But why would you? I am entitled to wear a very skimpy, tight and revealing speedo bathing suit worn by Olympic swimmers. Again why would I? I can imagine what kind of unkind comments would be whispered behind my back and maybe not whispered. I know this and dressing like that would embarrass me and my family. Someone would have to kill me to get me into a suit like that. For the same reason my wife would not dress in top that was a couple sizes to small with lots of things threatening to spill out. Nor a skirt that was too short and threatening to reveal tidbits that were not usually shared with the public at large. Could she? Absolutely. But at that point people would start to comment and giggle and the like. Justifiably so.

It is every women's right to dress like a slut.(again you know what it is) It is every man's right to wear a speedo bathing suit but thankfully very few do.It is also everybody else's right to recognize what you are wearing and to think those thoughts and make those comments that you do not want to hear. If you do not want to hear the comments then you have all the power in the world to eliminate them.

Women are, as a rule, very aware of fashion and clothing styles, typically much more so than the average male. So if a women wears something that elicits unwelcome comments more than once I would believe those comments are not unwelcome.

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