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guys what do you think about girls who dont really show any skin? watch

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    I am not religious BTW.
    I just enjoy covering my skin. I wear tights all the time if I wear a skirt or dress, or I like to wear long boots and a skirt/dress which only shows a little bit of my legs. I also always wear long sleeves and I don't like showing too much of my chest area.

    I am not religious again or extremely conservative, but I have always liked the head to toe clothed look..I dress well and am fashionable.

    Is this a turn off for guys? I consider myself attractive and I notice guys staring at me but if I'm always clothed fully, then what are they staring at?

    Maybe they're staring at your face and think you look cute. Pretty. Or maybe they're imagining what you look like with your clothes off. Sorry if that sounds a little crude. Just trying to be honest. Maybe you have a nice figure or face or personality... or a combination?

    You can dress modestly without being religious. It isn't unusual.

    This isn't unusual, I'm quite similar although I don't wear the same attire. I don't really show skin unless I'm abroad though.

    what you wear is up to you. No its not a turn off for me at all

    Unusual not to bare your legs, at least some of the time. But there's plenty of guys who don't mind or even like it. So if that's your style, go for it!
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