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“Red is a SAHM mom of 9 who hates all things skin bearing. She can’t make a trip to Target without being ASSAULTED by the visuals on the billboards. Nor can she go to the beach without complaining how UNMODEST the bathing suits are there. Even the most recent LL Bean catalog got 45 responses when she posted how she called their customer service line to complain about the bikini wearing model on the front of their *gasp* swimsuit issue!”
I thought grey was joking. Yeesh.
I think I say this every summer, but I live in FL and, considering how hot it has been here and around the country this summer, if I leave the house in more than a bathing suit, you better count your lucky stars. It is too damn hot for more clothes than a sundress right now.
I hate this whole “let’s blame the women’s clothing and behavior for men cheating on their wives” thing. It’s a paternalistic attitude that enables bad behavior. “I can help it if I slept with someone else, honey. She was in a camisole and I was tempted!” Bullshit. The responsibility is yours. Women can wear whatever the fuck they want, it’s their choice, and it shouldn’t have moral implications on who they are as human beings. Wearing shorts doesn’t invite sexual activity. Their bodies aren’t public property. The way you behave in reaction to your own attraction to a person is within your own control.
If you have this much of a problem seeing someone’s cleavage, you’ve probably got some deep-seated issues with sexuality in general which you’d rather impose on everyone else instead of realizing it’s your own personal baggage. Boob does not automatically equal sex. And whatever happened to this supposedly Christian “judge not lest ye be judged” thing I heard about?
I don’t see a dude in shorts and think OMG STOP TRYING TO SEDUCE THE LADIES!!1!
Sexual double standards 101.