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Old 06-04-2009, 05:11 PM
 
Location: New Milford, NJ
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It bears mentioning that I have been stopped cold in my tracks by women dressed in revealing clothing that had NO business being so clothed. The reaction is somewhat akin to flipping over a log and finding a rattler curled up under it. YIKES!!. Not all women do Pat Benatar or the Flashdance look as well as some.
ROTFLMAO!!! OMG...I'm a woman and can't tell you how many times I've thought that...as in....ok she REALLY shouldn't be wearing that and also the ever-popular nobody needs to see THAT!! lol...And not because I think I'm better than anyone else, but because I could pull off some of those outfits but don't want to. I wouldn't dream of dressing like a ho to begin with...there are ways of dressing sexy without looking like you should be out walking the streets trolling for customers!!

 
Old 06-04-2009, 05:16 PM
 
Location: Norwood, MN
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All over the place, I see women dressed in a way that makes me think "wow, what ever happened to that HBO show 'Hookers on the Point'? " I mean, I am a heterosexual man, so when ever I see a women looking like she forgot to put on clothes, of course I am going to look at them...but why ohh why do they dress like that, and then have the nerve to get mad when men look at them?

I mean, once, last year, at a park in the middle of New Jersey, thirty miles from the beach, there was a women lying there on her stomach, sunbathing in a thong So, like any man who isn't gay, I craned my neck and looked...and she turned around and screamed at me "what the hell are you looking at!" I just shock my head and thought "your bare butt maybe?"

The thing now is all of these young women in skirts so short that if they fart the back of it will fly up and they'll end up mooning people, who turn with this mean look on their face if they cetch you staring at their legs.

Or the girls in the so-short-they-might-as-well-be-underwear shorts. I mean, you dress like that, and then have the nerve to get mad when a man looks, let alone says something? Granted, I would never say anything to a women (not even if I needed the time, because I'm too shy) but other guys do all the time, and it's sometimes rude comments. But come on, what the heck did you expect?

Don't get me wrong: I don't care if you're running around naked, nothing is an invitation to be touched by anyone. REPEAT IN CASE ANY FEMINAZIS WERE NOT PAYING ATTENTION:
Don't get me wrong: I don't care if you're running around naked, nothing is an invitation to be touched by anyone.

However, dressing like a pole dancer while going to the store for a tube of tooth paste is indeed an invitation to have men look at you. I am not a hypocrite either: plenty of men run around without their shirts on if they have six packs, only difference is, they usually don't complain when a women looks.

The worst is the gym. I work out in a large sweat shirt and sweat pants. Yet, I see women all the time doing the arobics class in those super short shorts and little tank tops, going all the way to the ground and lifting their legs up in a "donkey kick" fashion knowing good and well that their rear ends face the rest of the gym and then they look back with this mean look on their faces when the men are looking at them.

What the hell did you think was going to happen? I hear women all the time say "men look at me like a piece of meat at the gym!" Well...if you wear nothing "clothing" that looks like it screams shrink wrap and a tag that says "Veal Chop 12oz, good thru 6/8/09" what do you think they'll look at you like?

There is this one young women who is always at the gym, as in I go there, she's working out, and I leave, and she's still working out. She is a Muslim and wears a head wrap and works out in loose fitting clothes. No one looks at her like a piece of meat. So why is it she can work out covered up and do twice the work out most women do and not have men staring at her? BECAUSE SHE'S NOT DRESSED LIKE A SKANK!

I am not saying you have to wear a burqa or anything, but maybe if you wore long shorts and skirts you would not have men looking at you "like a piece of meat"

If you dress like this, ladies: Tara Reid Wearing Too Short Shorts at The Insider
http://www.anecdotoff.com/images/sto...hort-skirt.jpg

It's not the men's fault for looking, it's your fault for showing.
I do think a small minority of women deliberately dress that way to torture men!!!
 
Old 06-04-2009, 05:27 PM
 
Location: Tucson, AZ
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I look at it this way:

The world is my playground. If you choose to contaminate my sandbox with your over-exposed ta-tas, I can and will react in whatever manner I see fit.

Thanks.
Cho
 
Old 06-04-2009, 05:44 PM
 
Location: Tennessee
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They don`t really get mad.......
 
Old 06-04-2009, 09:13 PM
 
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I have a fair bit of sympathy for them. They are usually dressed that way to attract a certain male. When it doesn't work, they are down and suddenly they realize they are attracting all this unwanted attention from all these geeks, losers and desperate types or the religious right telegraphs its disapproval.

Okay, so if I poured a bottle of dog pheromones on myself, hoping to attract a cute lost Pug cub, and ended up mauled and raped by a pitt bull, would you have sympathy for me?

When you dress in public to attract men, it is a law of the universe that all kinds of men will be looking at you, and women should know this.

Also, look at it this way: if a man wears an expensive designer suit and an expensive watch and gets made that he is getting hit on by all the wrong women, i.e., the kind that are over 25, would you feel sympathy for him?
 
Old 06-04-2009, 09:27 PM
 
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33458 is very Female.

I think the women who dress for immediate impact and then complain about the
Like I said to someone else, okay, so if I poured a bottle of dog pheromones on myself, hoping to attract a cute lost Pug cub, and ended up mauled and raped by a pitt bull, would it be the pitt bull's fault or mine? Just as the pheromones attract all dogs, wearing shorts so short that the bunny-slope of one's butt cheeks are showing will attract all kinds of men.

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results are, honestly, enraged that the wrong people have noticed...

I also don't care if someone is naked...whatever. Nudity is natural, everything else is artifice.
Nudity is one thing. Of course, a woman at a nude beach should not be stared at, because it's not sexualized. But a woman at a Star Bucks counter who is wearing a tank-top that was made for a dwarf, no bra, and a shirt that barely goes past her underwear ( and she's wearing a thong) is indeed sexualizing her appearance.

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But when someone dresses provacitively...well, let's just study the description...to garner interest, attract attention, stir thought...then grumbles about heads turning, comments made, unable to control the response? Self-empowerment? How so? I don't buy it.
If these girls want self-empowerment, they should go to school or something, not dress like a stunt double for a porno shoot.

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I have tattoos. I have unusual piercings.
I do not want people constantly staring, coming up to me and starting yet another conversation about what they want, where'd I get, did it hurt...BLAH. Or the critical, rude glances from those in the general public who dissapprove...so when prudent, I cover myself. I hide it. I call it cloaking. Freak. *POOF* Normal. Problem solved. No complaints. If it's really there for ME, at my pleasure and discretion, then in polite company I'm the only one who needs to know about it...right?

I went to a few klubs in my youth and wore industrial fashions. People stared at me like I was a freak...and that was the point. An old lady, a fat cop, it didn't matter. But did I complain about it? No. I understood cause and effect. When I was dressed like this:
http://www.electricmetal.20m.com/pics/Rivet.jpg (broken link)

I didn't complain about looks, because I know that came with the territory...why can't women who dress like trash think the same thing?
 
Old 06-04-2009, 09:29 PM
 
Location: Tucson
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As I have said many times before, those women get upset if the men who look/stare at them arent the ones they are attracted to or trying to attract. Believe me, if they thought you were attractive, they would be happy that you look. They would think "great, mission accomplished, Im getting attractive men to notice me". But if you're not attractive to them, they do tend to get upset/mad/mean faced at it. Its really silly.
Meh... as if men are not the same...
 
Old 06-04-2009, 09:31 PM
 
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As I have said many times before, those women get upset if the men who look/stare at them arent the ones they are attracted to or trying to attract. Believe me, if they thought you were attractive, they would be happy that you look.They would think "great, mission accomplished, Im getting attractive men to notice me". But if you're not attractive to them, they do tend to get upset/mad/mean faced at it. Its really silly.

It's absurd! I mean, if I go in the woods covered in honey trying to attract a cute raccon, and a bear comes out and eats me, who's responsible, the bear or me?

I am not talking about rape or anything, I am talking about a second look. If men are somehow bad for taking a second look at women who dress like poll dancers when they're going for a smoothie at Jumba Jouice, then I am sorry, it's not the man's fault, it's the women's for dressing like a poll-dancer in the first place.
 
Old 06-04-2009, 09:31 PM
 
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he is getting hit on by all the wrong women, i.e., the kind that are over 25,
So you only date women who are 25 and younger ?
 
Old 06-04-2009, 09:32 PM
 
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So you only date women who are 25 and younger ?

I am talking about the said, hypothetical old dirty yuppie, not me.

I don't date women period.
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