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Should women be topless... publicly?

Lord Vectra


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  1. 1. Do you agree with me?

    • Yes
    • Part of it
    • No
  2. 2. (Women-Only)Would you be topless in public?

    • Yes
    • Maybe
    • No
  3. 3. Do you believe a topless man and a topless woman is the same thing?

    • Yes
    • No

This topic came from an "interesting" post. Some people believe women should be able to be topless in public :blink: . I will have to disagree with them. If yo puppies are out in the open, be prepared for them to be stared down by other people :ph34r: . Don't be showing them and then get mad cuz people are staring at them. I love boobs :wub: but they shouldn't be out in public. You can be at home and be topless but not in the public. Here is the stuff I heard.





"Boobs are not sexual objects!"

Uh... they are. I learned biology; tits are actually the second type of sexual organ of a female. It has attraction and it turns females on within pressure. It ain't just a fat turd, if it is, nobody would be looking at them.



Bra's hurt

One, there is a HUGE difference between braless and shirtless. A woman can wear no bra. No one cares if a woman do or don't, but going shirtless in public, where everyone can see, is a different story.


Now, I wondered a few things when reading through the story. After this, what next? Free the vagina? Free the dick? I'm sorry but males and females are not physically equal. They're not even emotionally equal. I don't think these were feminists. Many feminists on the post believed the movement was caused by Feminazi's. To be honest, I wouldn't be surprised. I'm against it because it's just not right. It's not the same as a shirtless man, Even women agree with this statement.


WARNING: This "CAN" get sensitive, so please, let's not degrade males and females. If your comment is degrading, judgmental, or harsh, your comment will be deleted!!!


What is your opinion? :) :D :lol:


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Of course the flip side of that is that if no one is willing to push for change, our society will never get to that point. I guess what it always comes down to is: Do you disregard society's values in the name of pushing your personal values no matter how disruptive it is, or do you follow what you think of as the backwards values of society even if it opposes yours in the name of peace? Honestly both are valid. People need calls for change sometimes, but they also could do with some calls for temperance.


Though you all realize this is a 3 year old blogpost right? Not that that matters really.

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33 minutes ago, Kayzee said:

Though you all realize this is a 3 year old blogpost right?


July 8, 2015 == two years.


Pushing for change is not something most are willing to do, because it is 'too disruptive'.


I'll just wait to return home, where I can be naked if I damn well wanna...

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Yeah I don't think I was counting right. Still!


That's true, but at the same time it's not really an all or nothing thing. You can push a little and be careful about it, or push a lot and go in full force. Often a lot of little pushes are better then a few big ones. People push on each other all the time, all with different ideas about how the world should be, but ultimately it's not the loud obnoxious disruptive people who disrupt things as much as they can who end up making the real difference. And yeah, I know I can fall into the trap of being loud and obnoxious myself, and I need to stop that.

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