Why do some girls wear revealing clothes and then get angry at unwanted attention?
- how is it not obvious to you, when you identified it in your initial question? O.o
I wear pretty modest clothing all year round, but when it gets really hot, I dread wearing my summer dresses - even though I love them! I wish I could just put them on and love the fact that I know I look good in them, I'm not boiling up beneath a cardigan, etc. But I can't, because of unwanted attention. Why should anyone have to wear something they don't really want to wear, just because some strangers can't respect another human?! It doesn't matter what the stranger looks like to me - I don't wear anything for anyone apart from myself and occasionally my partner in my day-to-day, and it feels like violation when the attention comes just because I've taken the risk to wear a particularly nice top that might be reveal something inadvertently.
Surely it matters more that people think their cat calling and 'endearing' insults and come-ons are more important than the feelings of others, than what you're suggesting - i.e someone should just 'not wear a top' if it's revealing, despite them perhaps loving how it fits, feels, looks, etc?