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17-05-2012 19:54 #11
17-05-2012 19:55 #12
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17-05-2012 19:59 #13
I just hate the message it sends to my boys if they ever accidentally watched it. Girls MUST be in minimum clothing for it to be classed as entertaining. Girls bodies are public property and are to viewed that way.
Yeah...nah....not for me.
17-05-2012 20:04 #14
I shudder to imagine people taking their children..
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17-05-2012 20:06 #15
It's really just disgusting.
Even if it involved real athletes, their athletic ability isn't going to count. All that counts is how good their tits look bouncing around in the push-up bra.
17-05-2012 20:07 #16
I personally don't have an issue with it. As long as they aren't being forced in any way shape or form then I don't see the big deal. Its not something I would probably take my kids to (I have daughters) but I wouldn't stop them watching it if they wanted.
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17-05-2012 20:08 #17Senior Member
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I honestly think some people just take life too seriously. I'm sure these women wouldn't be playing if they felt degraded in any way. Perhaps they feel empowered.
Of course men are going to watch and have a bit of a perve, much the same way as I have a perve when watching the nrl.
If you dont like it, dont watch it. It really is that simple.
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17-05-2012 20:09 #18
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17-05-2012 20:12 #20
Have you spoken to them? Have they told you how outraged they are? Can they not play football with clothes on. Start a petition, get sponsorship, rally the government, change the law. Yes they can, do they no they dont.
As for the workforce it's not always the case but I admit it happens. But being a man you get called a control freak, a prick and so on.
But yes it is harder for women I agree.
How many women talk about sexy male football players, how many times are sports people (male) featured in mags not wearing much. How many times are women drooling over their butts and thighs etc.
It happens on both sides. What people have to understand is the way the human brain works.
I just can't understand feminist. It's like they say "sure go do whatever you want as long as its what I would do too". You have to follow their rules, their logic, their morals, their opinions. Anything that's outside that and you are labelled as brainwashed by society, uneducated, have no self respect etc.
I just don't get it. Some women like taking their clothes off, some women like doing things you might not like to do. It's life, it's choice it's the very thing you are supposed to stand for.
I know everyone will disagree with me. I'm not a feminist, Im an equalist.
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