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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarity View Post
    Why not?
    Because ur privates shouldnt be almost visable for all to see ( or actually visable when u walk, bend over or sit down)

    Its rude.

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    Some people think its stylish to dress like that, it is the current summer fashion after all.
    And over a bikini is hardly showing private parts?

    I dunno, I sometimes dress against all your standards and I find it quite rude/offensive reading so many of you calling people like me s*anks and s*uts..is that really fair? Really? Why?

    I don't feel the need to tell people what they should or shouldn't wear, and jeez there really is stuff larger people shouldn't wear, but if they are comfortable and its what they feel confident wearing, well, it's not hurting me, so why not? Go for your life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarity View Post
    Some people think its stylish to dress like that, it is the current summer fashion after all.
    And over a bikini is hardly showing private parts?

    I dunno, I sometimes dress against all your standards and I find it quite rude/offensive reading so many of you calling people like me s*anks and s*uts..is that really fair? Really? Why?

    I don't feel the need to tell people what they should or shouldn't wear, and jeez there really is stuff larger people shouldn't wear, but if they are comfortable and its what they feel confident wearing, well, it's not hurting me, so why not? Go for your life!
    Well id never call anyone those names but it does send a message when u wear stuff like that its just the way it is.

    At the beach over bathers is different but once u leave the beach something a little more appropriate wouldnt hurt.

    In my post i was referring to girls dressing like this for a night out and yes their privates ( in underwear but still) are cms away from hanging out or in some cases are visable.

    A few months back i was walking thru the shops behind a girl who had shorts that short her bum cheeks were hanging out. It looked revolting. No one wants to see ur bottom thanks

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    What a person wears doesn't send any message. Are you saying if a woman got raped, it could be blamed on what she was possibly wearing coz she was sending a 'message' that it was ok?

    I'm a very respectable person, and sometimes I'd be caught wearing short shorts and short skirts/dresses. Yes, there is a time and place, but it honestly doesn't make a person any less of a person. I'm just really comfortable with my body, and I have every right to be, it's not hurting anybody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarity View Post
    Some people think its stylish to dress like that, it is the current summer fashion after all.
    And over a bikini is hardly showing private parts?

    I dunno, I sometimes dress against all your standards and I find it quite rude/offensive reading so many of you calling people like me s*anks and s*uts..is that really fair? Really? Why?

    I don't feel the need to tell people what they should or shouldn't wear, and jeez there really is stuff larger people shouldn't wear, but if they are comfortable and its what they feel confident wearing, well, it's not hurting me, so why not? Go for your life!
    I've not called names. I advocate loudly against $lut shaming. I just don't want to see people in their undies. I thought this was just a funny vp thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarity View Post
    What a person wears doesn't send any message. Are you saying if a woman got raped, it could be blamed on what she was possibly wearing coz she was sending a 'message' that it was ok?

    I'm a very respectable person, and sometimes I'd be caught wearing short shorts and short skirts/dresses. Yes, there is a time and place, but it honestly doesn't make a person any less of a person. I'm just really comfortable with my body, and I have every right to be, it's not hurting anybody.
    Radical interpretation of the text!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarity View Post
    What a person wears doesn't send any message. Are you saying if a woman got raped, it could be blamed on what she was possibly wearing coz she was sending a 'message' that it was ok?

    I'm a very respectable person, and sometimes I'd be caught wearing short shorts and short skirts/dresses. Yes, there is a time and place, but it honestly doesn't make a person any less of a person. I'm just really comfortable with my body, and I have every right to be, it's not hurting anybody.
    Really? Are u truly asking a serious question there re: rape?

    I think you have completely jumped the gun there! Of course it doesnt mean that a woman is to blame if she got raped and she was dressed a certain way. How on earth did u reach that conclusion from my post?!

    Whether u like it or not what u wear does send a message - whether intentional or not. Its a fact of life. Im not saying i am better than them or they are tarts at all but thats how they will b judged.

    More so my personal judgement of them doesnt go much farther than it looks awful - im talking barely covering ur butt short and not being able to walk / sit down without it all hanging out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Radical interpretation of the text!
    Not really, because what a person is wearing is irrelevant to who and what they are.
    Calling a person a s*ank and the likes and saying that short clothing sends a message to me implies a lot more than what people are willingly saying. I've seen it in the media before, and on here too, that women deserve it because of what they wear. So if wearing short clothes sends a message..what message is that exactly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I've not called names. I advocate loudly against $lut shaming. I just don't want to see people in their undies. I thought this was just a funny vp thread.
    Yeah it's so funny reading people calling you a s*ank and cheap because you dare to wear short clothes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarity View Post
    Not really, because what a person is wearing is irrelevant to who and what they are.
    Calling a person a s*ank and the likes and saying that short clothing sends a message to me implies a lot more than what people are willingly saying. I've seen it in the media before, and on here too, that women deserve it because of what they wear. So if wearing short clothes sends a message..what message is that exactly?
    Well the exact names some have mentioned on here or that a woman is easy etc - im not saying i agree with it at all. But It can also attract the wrong attention from undesireables - i repeat im not saying the woman is "asking for it" im simply saying thats what happens. It attracts attention and not always the kind of attention thats wanted.

    Like i said my judgement ends at it looks awful but i am aware some judge alot harsher.


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