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15 Oct 2017, 7:32 pm

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If you don't want men to look at you're tits, why show it to them. Especially if you literally wrote "DON'T READ MY TITS" on your tits, so that men wouldn't even know not to look at you're tits unless you look at them.

...and before anybody says men's chests aren't sexualized, women would probably be staring at this guy's chest (or abs) all day if he was walking around topless.

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It's like you're going to an art museum and being told you're not allowed to look at the art.

Anyway, here's some uncensored boobies. It's okay to look at them because why else would you show your tits to the world.

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15 Oct 2017, 8:22 pm

I though the opposition was from the right because “nudity leads to fornication”


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15 Oct 2017, 8:55 pm

Some of them were. Other's were feminists who were like "We should teach men not to look at our tits, but make them visible anyway."



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15 Oct 2017, 11:28 pm

I don't remember seeing any women arguing that they should be allowed to be topless and simultaneously saying men should not look. But I suppose you might find an oddball or two. Feminism isn't an absolutely unified movement, there are feminists who think pornography is a scourge and other more radical ones who think prostitution should be legal and widespread on the other end of the scale.


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16 Oct 2017, 2:33 am

Mikah wrote:
I don't remember seeing any women arguing that they should be allowed to be topless and simultaneously saying men should not look. But I suppose you might find an oddball or two. Feminism isn't an absolutely unified movement, there are feminists who think pornography is a scourge and other more radical ones who think prostitution should be legal and widespread on the other end of the scale.


What's radical about supporting legalisation of prostitution? It should be the default position for anyone who believes in personal liberty.



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16 Oct 2017, 5:18 pm

She's really a very attractive woman----but that's not the point LOL



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16 Oct 2017, 6:24 pm

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She's really a very attractive woman----but that's not the point LOL


Looks like she'd have what I believe is colloquially referred to as "Resting b***h Face", so I'm out.



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16 Oct 2017, 7:19 pm

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What's radical about supporting legalisation of prostitution? It should be the default position for anyone who believes in personal liberty.


In this sense, I meant radical relative to most feminists. It's probably not radical to a libertarian, no.


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17 Oct 2017, 5:24 am

I could get used to it. In fact in our country it's common for rural Zulu women to do things topless.

I don't see a problem with it - doesn't turn me on in any event, but then I'm not straight.

Since men can, it seems fair that women could swim, run or do other sport topless without a big deal made.


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17 Oct 2017, 5:59 am

I wouldn't do this, but if I did go topless, nobody looking would be the ultimate insult, and I believe that's true for every female I know, assuming they're not somewhere where topless is the norm. Women often become famous using their looks so the fact that famous women often describe body exposure as empowering isn't so surprising but it shouldn't be mistaken for the views of most women. To my view taking your cloths off is a sign you're desperate for attention whatever your sex, but it gets more attention if your female because men look, and women look too in order to compare themselves. If a guy walked about like the one in the picture without his shirt, I wouldn't stare, I'd think he was a vain poser. If I dated a guy, and then when we got round to being naked I found that under his shirt, then I'd be impressed, as well as a bit intimidated. Taking your cloths off isn't feminism but I suppose doing what you want is and that might be taking your cloths off.



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17 Oct 2017, 8:54 am

Mikah wrote:
adifferentname wrote:
What's radical about supporting legalisation of prostitution? It should be the default position for anyone who believes in personal liberty.


In this sense, I meant radical relative to most feminists. It's probably not radical to a libertarian, no.


Clothing is a social construct and modesty, shame and pride are tools of the Patriarchy. As such, a true feminist should oppose all laws forbidding nudity and encourage everyone to go both topless and bottomless in order to remove the stigma attached to nakedness.

Or something.



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17 Oct 2017, 9:11 am

Whether it's a "b***h face" or not depends on the context.

I don't see it here. I see a woman who likes to tease--in a good way.

And she might have had a kid.



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17 Oct 2017, 10:50 am

I am honestly in the middle about the Free the Nipple movement. They say that doing this would make bare chested women a norm in society, which I guess would kinda be ok since they could be able to take their shirt off without being arrested, but that would also mean that the women who do decide to go topless in public could have a chance of getting their breasts touched groped by other men, which is something that women obviously wouldn't want to happen to them, and I wouldn't want that to happen to them either.

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17 Oct 2017, 10:59 am

We live in a civilized society. We have to control our urges. That's the bottom line.

That woman in that picture really, really has nice breasts and nipples....but I wouldn't grope her in the street. I would be arrested if I did---and deservedly so.



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17 Oct 2017, 11:20 am

kraftiekortie wrote:
We live in a civilized society. We have to control our urges. That's the bottom line.

That woman in that picture really, really has nice breasts and nipples....but I wouldn't grope her in the street. I would be arrested if I did---and deservedly so.


Yes, that is true, someone would be sent to jail if they did do that. But I doubt that a lot of men would be sent to jail in one day because they touched or groped a woman.


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