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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolly_Penguin View Post
    She took a huge risk then. She's lucky you too turned out to be ok with that.
    no harm no foul is what I say and he didn't have an issue with it. I would probably had more of an issue with it if I wasn't there and heard about it later. the people who were standing around watching were actually cheering her on to take it all the way to climax and he would have allowed it to happen.

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    So why would it be okay (and I think it is?) to comment on someone’s abs that they are showing off, but not on their boobs or tight butt cheeks?
    Isn't the difference down to erogenous zones versus non?

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    Quote Originally Posted by funcouple View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jolly_Penguin View Post
    She took a huge risk then. She's lucky you too turned out to be ok with that.
    no harm no foul is what I say and he didn't have an issue with it. I would probably had more of an issue with it if I wasn't there and heard about it later. the people who were standing around watching were actually cheering her on to take it all the way to climax and he would have allowed it to happen.
    It's all good so long as you are both ok with it. 😄

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    It is all cultural.

    There is a Pacific island where the exposed femal breats are not provocative, It is the thighs. Men and women go bare breasted away from tourist areas.

    When missionaries got to Tahiti men and women were surfing naked. The Christians managed to stop it.

    Breasts go back to the twisted Catholic church that turned sex into something bizarre. There are people today who get upset if a woman breast feeds in public. Think about it.

    Clothes as we use them create a fantasy reality, IMO. For men women are in a constant state of a strip tease. Show a little here and a little there. Women wear short tight skirts and if someone stares they make an effort to pull it down. You can watch on cable news with women sitting with crossed legs. Once and a while a skirt gets pulled down even though it is only a fraction of an inch. Comical to me..

    We have a maladjusted warped sexuality. Hyper sexuality.

    In the old movies women all had bras that created perky pointed breasts. In the 60s women burned their bras. American men are obsessed with breasts. Starting in high school a girl might let a guy touch her breasts, a matter of pride for the guy.

    From the other thread in the 80s when I lived coed with non romantic women once the novelty wears off being seen naked is no big deal.

    Women wear low cut V blouses that guide your eyes down to the navel get upset if a guy says nice tits.

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    Do I have super powers? Because I can think to myself, without saying anything, the thoughts are clear to me, and completely to myself. Because of that, I can think things and not express them out loud, because honestly, is an anonymous woman looking for my input?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy Higgins View Post
    Do I have super powers? Because I can think to myself, without saying anything, the thoughts are clear to me, and completely to myself. Because of that, I can think things and not express them out loud, because honestly, is an anonymous woman looking for my input?
    Your super power is common sense. Vastly underrated these days.

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    My take on it--the first three are fine, the second three are not. The dividing line: The first three are fully exposed, the next two are partially exposed and the third is probably not visible at all. When you have put it fully on display it's a valid thing to comment on it's merits, but attire that merely draws attention to it is not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhea View Post
    Examples: Some are intended to draw looks and/or comments, others you are not supposed to comment on, or even acknowledge that you are looking.
    • Muscle tees - “nice guns, lady!” Or “Major pecs, mister!”
    • Midriff shirts - “epic abs, ma’am!” Or “Now that’s a sixpack”
    • Tank top - “Nice tattoo! Love that work!”
    • Plunging neckline - “Nice boobs!”
    • Low-rise jeans - “Love your butt crack!”
    • Short-shorts - “That is one tight ass”
    Or if we publicly tell a person "You look beautiful" or "You look handsome," we come to that determination because of those features. We applaud and appreciate general comments on each other's beauty and handsomeness, but if we get specific on what we think makes them beautiful or handsome then that is out of bounds and inappropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian63 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rhea View Post
    Examples: Some are intended to draw looks and/or comments, others you are not supposed to comment on, or even acknowledge that you are looking.
    • Muscle tees - “nice guns, lady!” Or “Major pecs, mister!”
    • Midriff shirts - “epic abs, ma’am!” Or “Now that’s a sixpack”
    • Tank top - “Nice tattoo! Love that work!”
    • Plunging neckline - “Nice boobs!”
    • Low-rise jeans - “Love your butt crack!”
    • Short-shorts - “That is one tight ass”
    Or if we publicly tell a person "You look beautiful" or "You look handsome," we come to that determination because of those features. We applaud and appreciate general comments on each other's beauty and handsomeness, but if we get specific on what we think makes them beautiful or handsome then that is out of bounds and inappropriate.
    The exception, imo, would be tattoos. A lot of people specifically have them on display so that people will comment or ask questions.

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    I couldn't care less what other people wear. I would never, ever comment on someone else's choice of clothing, unless it was a close friend or family member that wanted my honest opinion. Otherwise, I will admit that I'm often mildly amused by what other people wear. I just keep my amusement to my self. Sometimes my husband and I do have a little laugh at how some of the locals dress. My favorite is seeing someone in the grocery store wearing pajama bottoms and slippers with a t-shirt that doesn't match. But, there are plenty of amusing outfits to see in my fair city. Perhaps I should admire their ability to not give a fuck about how they look.


    I do prefer clothing to nudity. Think of it this way. Most mammals have fur. Our closest relatives have fur, and bonobos are the only apes who openly show off their erotic parts. Birds have feathers. Mammals and birds would be ugly without their fur or feathers. People don't have fur or feathers, so we wear clothing to make us look more attractive, and to protect us from the elements. It's not a moral issue for me. I just don't find nudity attractive in the majority of cases. Sure, it's fun to be naked and uninhibited when you're having sex, but that's it for me. In public, I prefer keeping some things private and hidden from view.

    So, do your thing and don't worry about what anyone else thinks of you. If I spend time fixing my hair, wearing jewelry, or making sure that my jeans fit me perfectly, I do it for myself and not for anyone else. And, other than my adoring husband, I'd prefer not to have any men make comments about my appearance. If a female friend tells me that she likes what I'm wearing or that I have pretty hair, that's cool. It's just not necessary. I have more than enough self esteem as it is.

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