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    Heard today that on the One Show has had 400 complaints about Rita Ora's outfit showing too much cleavage on show.

    https://uk.celebrity.yahoo.com/gossi...113748573.html

    I don't see what all the complaints are about. From what I can gather all of the complaints have been made by women who are prudes and by people who have nothing better to do with their time than to complain about nothing. They say it offensive but I don't see how anyone can be offended.

    What are your opinions?
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    I have to say I found it pretty amusing that hundreds complained about an outfit.
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    I can understand why they would complain. It is just not cricket.

    Just to add I don't have a problem with it.
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    She dresses like a complete **** and has absolutely no class whatsoever... so
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    It's pathetic really.
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    I was furious at it. I was shaking my hand in anger.
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    I don't know why people are making such a fuss about it, breasts aren't actually a sexual body part anyway


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    It's probably always the same hundreds of people who complain. Sad people who get their kicks from being outraged at the slightest thing.
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    I don't know why people are making such a fuss about it, breasts aren't actually a sexual body part anyway


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    They are sexualised though, no doubt.
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    They're just jealous that they've lost their assets due to child-bearing. Haters gonna hate.
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    A lot of fuss over nothing tbh. For 400 complaints I was expecting areola.


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    (Original post by Username unknown)
    breasts aren't actually a sexual body part anyway


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    Are we really getting to this level of being like tumblr? :facepalm:
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    (Original post by Username unknown)
    I don't know why people are making such a fuss about it, breasts aren't actually a sexual body part anyway


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    Seriously? Breasts are not sexual?

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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    Seriously? Breasts are not sexual?

    **** you man I just sprayed tea over my screen...damn lol.

    Breasts aren't sexualised.....


    ....beeewbs.


    Anyway I sort of get why some folks would be a bit taken aback, but you have to be kind of sad to complain to the BBC about it.
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    I quite enjoyed it.
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    This is bloody ridiculous. Some people need to chill the **** out, and embrace sexual permissiveness. It makes for a much more jovial, and frankly healthier, society.

    I mean, how the hell do we multiply in the first place, I wonder?
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    Seriously? Why the hell do they care? It isn't as though breasts are sexual organs?! Like seriously, I get that some people are ignorant about that, but it's not like she was showing any nipple. If they are legit upset about some side boob then they need to reevaluate their life choices.
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    Seriously? Breasts are not sexual?

    No, they aren't. Breasts have been sexualized (which is sort of creepy if you think about why they exist) but they aren't sex organs.
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    No, they aren't. Breasts have been sexualized (which is sort of creepy if you think about why they exist) but they aren't sex organs.
    I think you've contradicted yourself with this comment. If they've been sexualised, surely that would mean they're sexual now - regardless of whether they weren't originally intended to be used during sex?
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    (Original post by laura555)
    No, they aren't. Breasts have been sexualized (which is sort of creepy if you think about why they exist) but they aren't sex organs.
    Sexual - relating to instincts, physiological processes, and activities connected with physical attraction or intimate physical contact between individuals.

    Do breasts fit the definition? Yes. Therefore breasts are sexual.
 
 
 
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