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Comfort over impressing guys any day. Not worth it. It's nice to get a balance anyhow. x
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wow sometimes i look at them and wonder, "when will ur skirt rip cos its too damn tight"
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Pics Or Lies...
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(Original post by shamrock92)
Girls needn't make themselves look good for men. If they want to wear skimpy dresses for themselves, fine; but subordinating themselves to the playthings of misogyny is unnecessary.
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Never actually realised. I dunno, I'm slightly generalising cause I see you in quite a few debates in GD and so just assumed you must have been a guy. I'm sorry Thud
Aw don't worry about it. A lot of people tend to assume I'm a guy on here given the debating :p:
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(Original post by shamrock92)
Girls needn't make themselves look good for men. If they want to wear skimpy dresses for themselves, fine; but subordinating themselves to the playthings of misogyny is unnecessary.

What makes you think girls are only doing it for men? Girls get dressed for themselves as well. They want to look good and feel good not just get the attention of some men they probably don't care about.
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(Original post by sleekchic)
What makes you think girls are only doing it for men? Girls get dressed for themselves as well. They want to look good and feel good not just get the attention of some men they probably don't care about.
Don't kid yourself, we do it for men. When I'm having a sleepover with my girl friends I go in jeans and a ponytail. It's different with guys, for most girls.
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(Original post by Bobo1234)
Ok so my school recently went coed in the sixth form and a lot of the boys (myself included) can't really get our heads rapped round the fact that the girls insist on wearing such tight skirts it's hard for them to walk in them! Yes, it does make a lot of the boys drool and lust after the girls, but is it really worth it? Id quite like a girls opinion on this as well as other guys opinions
and theres your answer
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i think the words ur after is prob pencil skirts their ace altho im more of a shorts girl =] skirts dont sit right on me unless ironically thier tight
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(Original post by Windsprite)
yes I know a girl like this! it's tight round her ass and rather inapproriate
:gthumb:

I'm all for it.
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(Original post by sleekchic)
What makes you think girls are only doing it for men? Girls get dressed for themselves as well. They want to look good and feel good not just get the attention of some men they probably don't care about.
(Original post by shamrock92)
Girls needn't make themselves look good for men. If they want to wear skimpy dresses for themselves, fine; but subordinating themselves to the playthings of misogyny is unnecessary.
More specifically: men don't wear make up, or shave their legs etc. Why women? Because, unfortunately, they've been degraded to a lower role in society and are seen as objects for male pleasure. Accordingly, women end up prettying themselves up for men.

(Not to mention the fact that "looking good and feeling good" is defined by men.)
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We don't do it for men. We're not stupid, we know men don't notice clothes, hair or make-up. Mostly these things are done for other girls, you know, hands off, that guy is going to go for me because I look damn good.
Originally, women dressing more jazzily was to attract more powerful men. Women have always been more vulnerable, and men have taken advantage of that to make women work for them. "Looking good" originates from male perceptions of what makes a nice-looking woman; not to mention the Freudian factor of dress sense.
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I don't care, let them wear what ever they like it's their business.
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(Original post by shamrock92)
More specifically: men don't wear make up, or shave their legs etc. Why women? Because, unfortunately, they've been degraded to a lower role in society and are seen as objects for male pleasure. Accordingly, women end up prettying themselves up for men.

(Not to mention the fact that "looking good and feeling good" is defined by men.)
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(Original post by Brouhaha)
Together with this and your Palestine links, I think I love you.
haha.


(I have my feministic doubts about love as a construct too, though.)
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(Original post by shamrock92)
Girls needn't make themselves look good for men. If they want to wear skimpy dresses for themselves, fine; but subordinating themselves to the playthings of misogyny is unnecessary.
Damn right. A guy will hit on a girl tight skirt or no tight skirt.

Just read that back to myself and lol'd:o:
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(Original post by shamrock92)
haha.


(I have my feministic doubts about love as a construct too, though.)
Stop saying these things, you'll make me love you even more.
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(Original post by Brouhaha)
Stop saying these things, you'll make me love you even more.
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(Original post by shamrock92)
Originally, women dressing more jazzily was to attract more powerful men. Women have always been more vulnerable, and men have taken advantage of that to make women work for them. "Looking good" originates from male perceptions of what makes a nice-looking woman; not to mention the Freudian factor of dress sense.
That may be true, but I buy my shoes and show them off to my female friends. I know men won't even notice if I'm not even wearing shoes.

Plus, the definition of an attractive woman has changed throughout the years. Now it's super skinny (which men don't like, proving that women have started to do things for themselves, not men) whereas before it's been curvy, fat, booby, leggy, etc. If these women are doing things for men, then the genetic make-up of what men find attractive must have changed substantially since the 20s, which I know for a fact can't have happened that quickly.
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Do you think heels are easy to walk in? The things girls do for guys....
Sorry, just a little news for you... Guys don't give a **** about heels!
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