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    (Original post by DrawTheLine)
    Oh dear haven't I just twisted some knickers tonight! Let me clear myself up.

    My whole post was an opinion. I never said it was fact or accurate. I didn't research my initial post, I just wrote what I've been under the impression of in regards to this topic. Apologies for offending you with my incorrect statement. I take it back, back I say!
    Why did you post something if you didn't know if it was accurate and didn't research it?
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    (Original post by Trinculo)
    That's because your opinion doesn't make sense.

    Some women complain about sexualisation of breasts.

    Some women buy wonderbras.

    There's nothing to say that they're the same women.
    Yeah I know it doesn't make sense, I said I struggled to make it make sense.

    I also know they're not the same woman. I'm curious to see how others interpret my opinion, genuinely because I know I worded it weirdly, but knowing TSR I won't dig myself out of the hole, I'll make myself at home.
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    (Original post by Nebuchadnezzaṛ)
    Why did you post something if you didn't know if it was accurate and didn't research it?
    Because I assumed it being my opinion I didn't have to research it. I assumed this was just another general light-hearted discussion.
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    (Original post by DrawTheLine)
    Yeah I know it doesn't make sense, I said I struggled to make it make sense.

    I also know they're not the same woman. I'm curious to see how others interpret my opinion, genuinely because I know I worded it weirdly, but knowing TSR I won't dig myself out of the hole, I'll make myself at home.
    FFS please don't come out with any social experiment nonsense. Ain't nobody got time for that
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    (Original post by DrawTheLine)
    Because I assumed it being my opinion I didn't have to research it. I assumed this was just another general light-hearted discussion.
    Do you know the difference between opinion and fact?
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    (Original post by Trinculo)
    FFS please don't come out with any social experiment nonsense. Ain't nobody got time for that
    Wasn't planning on it.
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    (Original post by Nebuchadnezzaṛ)
    Do you know the difference between opinion and fact?
    No I guess not.
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    (Original post by DrawTheLine)
    You've missed the point. In adverts and in media, a man can have his bare chest out without covering his nipples. However, if a woman goes out on social media with her nipples out, it's "offensive" and "nudity" and it gets removed from the site. It's just so wrong. Breasts are for feeding babies and producing milk. It is some men and the media that have sexualised them into being offensive if too much is shown.

    Yes, it is nice for people to think you have nice breasts. But the main issue is around nipples. A man can have his non-functional nipples out but a woman can't have her very functional ones out because it's "offensive", yet they are the things that support life.

    The issue in my opinion isn't about the boob but the nipple.
    I for one support women baring their melons and nipples. This is one aspect of equality I can get around.
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    Because women don't want to be sexualised all the time, especially by Johnny ****face on the street.

    It's not a hard concept for Christ's sake. :rolleyes:

    Plenty of other reasons too. But I guess it's hard for you to know when your head is that far up
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    Some women have to wear push up bras for support!
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    (Original post by SirMilkSheikh)
    I for one support women baring their melons and nipples. This is one aspect of equality I can get around.
    Where it is acceptable for men to be topless, it should be for women too. Though that does mean men covering up more.
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    (Original post by KingHarold)
    Where it is acceptable for men to be topless, it should be for women too.
    I don't mind. More boobs to look at in summer.

    Though that does mean men covering up more.
    Why is that?
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Because women don't want to be sexualised all the time, especially by Johnny ****face on the street.

    It's not a hard concept for Christ's sake. :rolleyes:

    Plenty of other reasons too. But I guess it's hard for you to know when your head is that far up
    You prefer it when good looking Brad and Jamal sexualise you instead?
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    (Original post by SirMilkSheikh)
    I don't mind. More boobs to look at in summer.



    Why is that?
    You would not accept no tops in a shop, or anywhere near food, for example. On a beach, by a swimming pool you would.
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    (Original post by SirMilkSheikh)
    You prefer it when good looking Brad and Jamal sexualise you instead?
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    (Original post by SirMilkSheikh)
    You prefer it when good looking Brad and Jamal sexualise you instead?
    I have no idea who they are, and nah. Creepy people-whether they're good looking or not-belong in the metaphorical incinerator of society, along with morons like you.
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    I don’t know about other women but I don’t wear low-cut tops for the attention of men or other people, I wear them because I feel good.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    I have no idea who they are, and nah. Creepy people-whether they're good looking or not-belong in the metaphorical incinerator of society, along with morons like you.
    I do wonder how hot this incinerator gets. It seems remarkably harmless, as my core temperature remains at room level or lower (cold showers do that to you). I'll continue observing bitc...women and their assets.
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    (Original post by SirMilkSheikh)
    I do wonder how hot this incinerator gets. It seems remarkably harmless, as my core temperature remains at room level or lower (cold showers do that to you). I'll continue observing bitc...women and their assets.
    Not like they'll observe you though.
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    (Original post by Trinculo)
    That's because your opinion doesn't make sense.

    Some women complain about sexualisation of breasts.

    Some women buy wonderbras.

    There's nothing to say that they're the same women.
    LMAO yes boo X
 
 
 
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