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I can't help but be amused by the differences in men and woman's clothing. Professionally, men are generally covered up completely with shirt, tie, and suit. Women show much more skin, plunging necklines, bare shoulders, spaghetti straps, short skirts, peek-a-boo holes, etc. And that's before you even get to casual wear.

They show all this extra skin despite being the gender that usually complains about being cold.

Some guys claim men are the more aesthetic sex, but I think this (among other things) shows otherwise. People aren't generally clamoring to see more male skin in day to day life.
 

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Women claim these types of clothes are 'more comfortable'... which is code for 'I'm a hoe, and I do what I want'.
 

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There's a gorgeous Stacy at my work that has a penchant for wearing skirts, heels and lotion that smells like apple cinnamon.

She loves to catwalk down the halls and play mind games on all the beta cvcks. It's funny that you mentioned, because she likes to wear skimpy clothes while constantly complaining to the men about how cold the building is - no doubt playing the damsel-in-distress game on all these white knight cvcks.

While I find her antics tiresome, I do admit that I've glanced at that as$ a few times while she's slvtting down the hallways - the way she swings her hips, the way she waves her hair, the way her legs glisten in office lighting - it's indeed quite s3xy.....

.....aside from that, she's as dumb as a doorknob.....
 

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I can't help but be amused by the differences in men and woman's clothing. Professionally, men are generally covered up completely with shirt, tie, and suit. Women show much more skin, plunging necklines, bare shoulders, spaghetti straps, short skirts, peek-a-boo holes, etc. And that's before you even get to casual wear.

They show all this extra skin despite being the gender that usually complains about being cold.

Some guys claim men are the more aesthetic sex, but I think this (among other things) shows otherwise. People aren't generally clamoring to see more male skin in day to day life.
I've actually gotten in trouble for "making people uncomfortable" by wearing a tanktop and shorts in the weight room at work. Anyone with more muscle mass will sweat more during physical activity, this is a pretty well known fact (higher metabolic rate). I literally did nothing wrong because within that context, the clothing was appropriate. It's not like I was wearing that while working. And yet, women walk around all the time wearing even more revealing clothing and many of them are fat and gross. Fat shaming is unacceptable but fit shaming seems to be accepted. The double standards are glaring and contemptible.

Notice also that a man can get into trouble just for "making someone uncomfortable" even if they've done absolutely nothing wrong. So apparently a woman's own insecurities have to be catered to on a professional level too. I wonder if I'd be taken seriously if I said that the things women wear make me "uncomfortable."

And it's always the unattractive, out of shape women that have a problem with me. Never the hot ones. Coincidence?
 

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I've actually gotten in trouble for "making people uncomfortable" by wearing a tanktop and shorts in the weight room at work. Anyone with more muscle mass will sweat more during physical activity, this is a pretty well known fact (higher metabolic rate). I literally did nothing wrong because within that context, the clothing was appropriate. It's not like I was wearing that while working. And yet, women walk around all the time wearing even more revealing clothing and many of them are fat and gross. Fat shaming is unacceptable but fit shaming seems to be accepted. The double standards are glaring and contemptible.

Notice also that a man can get into trouble just for "making someone uncomfortable" even if they've done absolutely nothing wrong. So apparently a woman's own insecurities have to be catered to on a professional level too. I wonder if I'd be taken seriously if I said that the things women wear make me "uncomfortable."

And it's always the unattractive, out of shape women that have a problem with me. Never the hot ones. Coincidence?
You could always show up at the company gym wearing even more revealing women's work attire. Then, sue, when they ask you to change...er...I mean, when they challenge your sexual identity.
 
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I always thought it was odd that well-dressed men look so buttoned-up (suits, tuxes) while women dress flamboyantly. In nature, you see the opposite. The male duck has a beautiful green head and wings, the female is brown. Bucks have ten point antlers. And of course peacocks have brilliant plumage while again, peahens have more muted colors. Hence PUA's took the term 'peacocking' to describe any flamboyant accent or apparel to catch attention.

As for skin, that's simple evolution...males are attracted by visuals, and I'm sure the curvaceous female form adapted in part for this reason. I don't know about you guys but I'm constantly undressing women with my eyes and I don't even do it consciously. I think women like the classic male form, too, but 1) usually they already are a little interested in the specific guy and 2) they hate overt displays.
 

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I can't help but be amused by the differences in men and woman's clothing. Professionally, men are generally covered up completely with shirt, tie, and suit. Women show much more skin, plunging necklines, bare shoulders, spaghetti straps, short skirts, peek-a-boo holes, etc. And that's before you even get to casual wear.

They show all this extra skin despite being the gender that usually complains about being cold.

Some guys claim men are the more aesthetic sex, but I think this (among other things) shows otherwise. People aren't generally clamoring to see more male skin in day to day life.
Whether womens' cosmetics and clothing are oppressive or not and why they wear them depends on the woman in question's sentiment.

Sometimes they are oppressed into wearing them (cosmetics and revealing clothing) by the patriarchy's sexualization of women. Sometimes they're symbols of empowerment and liberation from the patriarchy's repression of womens' sexuality. Sometimes it's for their own selfesteem and the last thing on their minds is male attention, which is just an unfortunate side effect. Sometimes it's to validate themselves with male attention whether alone or in an arms race with other women (which is the reason they will least admit to). Sometimes it's for fashion competition with other women, which may or may not be part of establishing the internal pecking order in the bytch pack.

Which one it is just depends on the individual woman and how she feels at the time.

It's similar to how there is an internal split within feminism over whether porn is a symbol of the patriarchy's oppression or a symbol of womens' liberation and empowerment, and the same thing for prostitution.
 
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Much of male fashion is the "civilized beast" thing and it turns women on

You have the potential to be a raging caveman but it's all kept under wraps in that civilized suit. James Bond is the epitome of this. It's a concealed Masculinity, hidden for everyone's sake, but there, waiting to be called upon

Society in general responds well to this. No one likes a meat head
 

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Women claim these types of clothes are 'more comfortable'... which is code for 'I'm a hoe, and I do what I want'.
HAHAHA. I love it
 

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You could always show up at the company gym wearing even more revealing women's work attire. Then, sue, when they ask you to change...er...I mean, when they challenge your sexual identity.
Do this OP
IT would be priceless.
 
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Whether womens' cosmetics and clothing are oppressive or not and why they wear them depends on the woman in question's sentiment.

Sometimes they are oppressed into wearing them (cosmetics and revealing clothing) by the patriarchy's sexualization of women. Sometimes they're symbols of empowerment and liberation from the patriarchy's repression of womens' sexuality. Sometimes it's for their own selfesteem and the last thing on their minds is male attention, which is just an unfortunate side effect. Sometimes it's to validate themselves with male attention whether alone or in an arms race with other women (which is the reason they will least admit to). Sometimes it's for fashion competition with other women, which may or may not be part of establishing the internal pecking order in the bytch pack.

Which one it is just depends on the individual woman and how she feels at the time.

It's similar to how there is an internal split within feminism over whether porn is a symbol of the patriarchy's oppression or a symbol of womens' liberation and empowerment, and the same thing for prostitution.
Oppression? Please tell me that was tongue and cheek. Lol
 

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Women will go to great lengths for attention. Don't forget about wearing super long heels to make their butts look tighter which hurt like a motherfvcker and make their feet grow bunions over time.

Much of male fashion is the "civilized beast" thing and it turns women on

You have the potential to be a raging caveman but it's all kept under wraps in that civilized suit. James Bond is the epitome of this. It's a concealed Masculinity, hidden for everyone's sake, but there, waiting to be called upon

Society in general responds well to this. No one likes a meat head
There's a lot of truth in that!
 

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Men wear armor which conveys power. This is their major attractive trait. Women wear skimpy clothing to show off their bodes. Their major attractive trait. I think it's that simple.
 

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To me it becomes bizarre when it’s out of place. I’ve seen female teachers with plunging necklines and super tight yoga pants with colorful patterns that draws your eyes to their booty. They look like they are about to hit the clubs after school or something. It’s like why would she need to dress like that when she is surrounded by 14 year old boys all day?


I’ve seen teachers get fired for twerking on social media. I’ve also seen half naked women taking photos of themselves in sexual positions - with their kids in the background. And these aren’t hoes or anything. These are normal women. And if you say something about it, 1000 orbiters will come out of nowhere and defend her with “she’s just expressing her confidence.”

I am still unsure whether or not social media has made more women retarded or if they’ve always been this way, but now you see it in plain site because they don’t feel like they have to hide how shameless they are anymore.
 
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I've actually gotten in trouble for "making people uncomfortable" by wearing a tanktop and shorts in the weight room at work. Anyone with more muscle mass will sweat more during physical activity, this is a pretty well known fact (higher metabolic rate). I literally did nothing wrong because within that context, the clothing was appropriate. It's not like I was wearing that while working. And yet, women walk around all the time wearing even more revealing clothing and many of them are fat and gross. Fat shaming is unacceptable but fit shaming seems to be accepted. The double standards are glaring and contemptible.

Notice also that a man can get into trouble just for "making someone uncomfortable" even if they've done absolutely nothing wrong. So apparently a woman's own insecurities have to be catered to on a professional level too. I wonder if I'd be taken seriously if I said that the things women wear make me "uncomfortable."

And it's always the unattractive, out of shape women that have a problem with me. Never the hot ones. Coincidence?
To take you down a few pegs. Your probably focused and confident.
 

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I can't help but be amused by the differences in men and woman's clothing. Professionally, men are generally covered up completely with shirt, tie, and suit. Women show much more skin, plunging necklines, bare shoulders, spaghetti straps, short skirts, peek-a-boo holes, etc. And that's before you even get to casual wear.

They show all this extra skin despite being the gender that usually complains about being cold.

Some guys claim men are the more aesthetic sex, but I think this (among other things) shows otherwise. People aren't generally clamoring to see more male skin in day to day life.
Female sexuality is highly prized whereas male sexuality is almost worthless.
 

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I always thought it was odd that well-dressed men look so buttoned-up (suits, tuxes) while women dress flamboyantly. In nature, you see the opposite. The male duck has a beautiful green head and wings, the female is brown. Bucks have ten point antlers. And of course peacocks have brilliant plumage while again, peahens have more muted colors. Hence PUA's took the term 'peacocking' to describe any flamboyant accent or apparel to catch attention.

As for skin, that's simple evolution...males are attracted by visuals, and I'm sure the curvaceous female form adapted in part for this reason. I don't know about you guys but I'm constantly undressing women with my eyes and I don't even do it consciously. I think women like the classic male form, too, but 1) usually they already are a little interested in the specific guy and 2) they hate overt displays.
This is because the peacock has his "wardrobe" encoded onto his DNA. A man has his ability to dress well - i.e., wealth - encoded to his bank account, and confiscatible by wifey (or ex-wifey).
 
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