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I hate the way some men will say that they like to see attractive women wearing them but that larger women should not wear them, if one person is allowed then why cant they all?
*ding ding. THIS is the double standard.

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You dirty old man, @ConanHub. lol Good for you.

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As I mentioned earlier, does anyone know why our current culture cares about the appearance of everything except their body? Many wants everything around them to look majestic, such as their car, house, and lawn, but they go in public looking like a hobo or a stripper.

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Usually I really don't mind how ppl dress-- 99% of the time. BUt when I do see an overweight person in skimpy clothing which I can see right thru, I say to myself, wow what confidence to wear that!!! And yes all the little teen girls who wear cropped shirts I guess it's the style. When I was in high school, I'm sure I wore skimpy clothes too. I do wear yoga pants but I also wear long shirts/sweaters to cover my butt. And my yoga/leggings are not thin.
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This conversation has centered on the lower half. Surprised no mention of headlights? Should that ever be considered an issue, or is it entirely in the mind of the beholder?
I hope you're not suggesting there's a double standard wrt male and female nipples. That's just crazy talk.
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People are going to wear what they want to wear, and Iím not going there burn too much energy worrying about it. I will say, however, that how people present their bodies has certainly changed over the years.

There are certain things that make something attractive. For a house, itís the right flooring, wall decore, furniture, etc. Everybody wants to present their home at its best. I wonder why many people no longer care about how they present their bodys?

To me, nothing makes a person look more classy than their clothes, and there are certain clothes for certain places that I go by. For example, if I were having dinner in a decent restaurant some evening, I would feel like a weirdo in shorts and sandals, yet I see a lot of guys wear that kind of thing.

I canít say that the human body shocks me, but I still donít want a camel-toe in my face at a restaurant or have to see a guyís hairy legs and ugly feet two feet away while Iím working on a salad and t-bone, but I guess Iíll survive. Itís as if people want to present themselves looking like graffiti instead of a mural.
I guess it never occurred to me that men's legs or feet were less decent than women's, given how similar they are.
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You dirty dog. You have that first image bookmarked

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Or is it the SECOND one!?

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People are going to wear what they want to wear, and I’m not going there burn too much energy worrying about it. I will say, however, that how people present their bodies has certainly changed over the years.

There are certain things that make something attractive. For a house, it’s the right flooring, wall decore, furniture, etc. Everybody wants to present their home at its best. I wonder why many people no longer care about how they present their bodys?

To me, nothing makes a person look more classy than their clothes, and there are certain clothes for certain places that I go by. For example, if I were having dinner in a decent restaurant some evening, I would feel like a weirdo in shorts and sandals, yet I see a lot of guys wear that kind of thing.

I can’t say that the human body shocks me, but I still don’t want a camel-toe in my face at a restaurant or have to see a guy’s hairy legs and ugly feet two feet away while I’m working on a salad and t-bone, but I guess I’ll survive. It’s as if people want to present themselves looking like graffiti instead of a mural.
I guess it never occurred to me that men's legs or feet were less decent than women's, given how similar they are.
They really aren't all that similar, on average.
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Decent or indecent?
What are your thoughts?

Never thought much about it until eating at a restaurant that got backed up. While sitting eating I noticed someone standing beside me from the corner of my eye. Turned my head to see who was there and looked square into a large vulva. She had on a half shirt and there was absolutely positively nothing left to the imagination.
My wife was taken back as well and we are far from being prudes.

Personally itís their choice.

While in store waiting in line yesterday I noticed They keep stretching the envelope. Half-shirts with new styles even tighter, thinner material and more conforming than ever. Winter and summer.

My aggravation is the double standard. Knowing a straight man wearing something as form fitting in my state showing the outline of the penis would be arrested.
And many of the same women wearing them would jump to report a man wearing something less revealing.
I'm not sure what you are complaining about. I internally labeled yoga pants - before I knew what they were called - on hot 20-something women as "Leggings of the Lord".


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I'm not sure what you are complaining about. I internally labeled yoga pants - before I knew what they were called - on hot 20-something women as "Leggings of the Lord".
As I said I have no problem with what people wear just keep it away from my plate, and not while I eating.


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As I said I have no problem with what people wear just keep it away from my plate, and not while I eating.
I'm confused. Are you really talking about eating at a plate, or this innuendo?

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I'm confused. Are you really talking about eating at a plate, or this innuendo?
Really talking about eating at a plate. LOL. I was eating at a restaurant saw someone move in my peripheral. Turned my head to see who it was and had vag of a woman in a yoga pants which left nothing to the imagination at eye level and too close for my comfort.


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Really talking about eating at a plate. LOL. I was eating at a restaurant saw someone move in my peripheral. Turned my head to see who it was and had vag of a woman in a yoga pants which left nothing to the imagination at eye level and too close for my comfort.
Yeah, but was it a cute little panty hamster, or a big ol' crotch waffle? #feminism #everybodybeautiful

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Yeah, but was it a cute little panty hamster, or a big ol' crotch waffle? #feminism #everybodybeautiful
LMAO. The latter.


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