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Join Date: Dec 2004
I was really young when I first had to think about what to wear to avoid sexual advances and comments from men. I was about 12 and was shocked that middle-aged men would say those things to a kid. It now makes me realise why all the teenybopper pop stars are marketed in the vulgar way they are. Very sad.
I didn't dress in
provocatively growing up, so I shudder to think what kids now who wear crop tops with thongs showing must go through.
I think women have to develop a real 'couldn't give a f**k' attitude' in order to cope with how men react to what they wear. It can be hard just getting about London in a knee-length, long sleeved dress sometimes!!
so I often wonder how the bottle blonde/big boobed/miniskirted women cope just going about day to day
I couldn't imagine craving that kind of attention, nor being able to cope with it.
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