It is not my responsibility to stop others judging me. It is theirs to treat me with the respect all human beings deserve.
Its interesting- when we have the 'what age did you lose it' threads there are often people responding with 13-16 years who have no regrets, but would hate for their DD to make the same choices.
But we are off on a tangent, wearing revealing clothes doesn't mean someone is sexually permissive.
The media is telling them that they have to dress a certain way, society judges them for doing it. Why is the teenager who follows the latest trend any less deserving of respect than the one who ignores it?
I dont look at teens / or anyone wearing short shorts or revealing clothes and think 'sl^t' or anything like that BUT as a parent I would not allow my teens to dress that way (the shorts with the cheeks out / extra lot of clevage / extremely short skirts or dresses. I probably make zero sense i have real trouble getting my thougths out in an readable way.
Gah anyway thats Just my stance on it.
Last edited by TimeForWine; 24-09-2013 at 14:02.
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