Feminist Social Right activist tell me this…

Updated on October 30, 2018 in Gender
4 on October 28, 2018

Why do you complain about not being able to show off your body, then end up complaining when someone looks at you, and you end up over sexualizing yourself, and then complain about over sexualism

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3 on October 29, 2018

we want to be able to choose what we wear but still be taken seriously. I am okay with people looking at me but when I am talking and engaging in discussion, but I want my words and my voice to be the focus and for that to be seen as more important than my body, even if I might be showing cleavage. 

on October 29, 2018

You’re asking society to change it ways just because you want to be different that isn’t reality. Reality is if you dress oddly you’re going to get attention… I’m sorry. That’s how it is…. Life isn’t all about how you want to feel, what if someone else has opinions refuting your’s, why should your’s matter more then hers. The world isn’t going to change around you and everytime someone wants to rebel. This will eventually lead to problems ahead

on October 29, 2018

I don’t think its unreasonable that people get attention when they dress differently I just don’t think that attention should become so excessive that it takes away from any substantial productive interactions. also, I don’t think my opinions should matter more than anyone else’s I’m just stating mine. also, this issue to me is more about minor individual changes than any kind of reconstruction of society

on October 30, 2018

You may not intenl this but in order to have everyone not focus on your unsocial norm you’re implying that we have to change are social norm, but why should we care about what you think?

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