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    When i was alot younger, maybe 4-5 years ago i dressed hella 'inappropriately', wearing tiny skirts, shorts and see through stuff. When i was 13, something terrible happened to me and, without saying what (although i think you'll click), i was left thinking it was my fault because of the way i was dressed and if you dress like one you'll get treat like one... I looked at girls now and i just wouldn't dare- not in today's society. It's all well and good people saying these outfits are being sexualised, and aren't bad- but it's just too dangerous to wear this kind of crap.

    Lately my friends are going out alot wearing 'slutty' things- as do nearly all girls from 12-30 to be honest but they think because i say i wouldn't wear their clothes that i'm being 'posh' or 'b**chy'. I don't mean to be but i just can't explain myself.I would NEVER wear anything above knee length and always opt for calf length body con's. My friends think i think they're ...you know, but i don't. I just also want to leave my past in the past.
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    I think you're fine to wear what you want.

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