Did you hear this from a guy?
Do guys want to feel sexually attracted to a girl?
Is dressing like a boy, a princess or Jackie Onassis going to do it?
Well then, don't you think that SOME degree of looking sexually attractive is necessary?
Does that necessarily mean that you have to look 100% slutty?
Do you think there's a difference between looking naked, like a prostitute, completely slutty or a little slutty?
Do you think that difference makes a difference?
Do you think a girl who dresses a little slutty but not completely slutty is well appreciated by guys?
I don't know, let their behavior be the objective judge of that.
Do you think guys would develop a rule for women that advised them to dress less sexually attractive?
How likely or productive is that to what men want?
Have you ever considered that women are more likely the creators of such a rule?
Have you ever considered WHAT women created that rule?
Could it be that less attractive women, in an effort to compete for men, between more attractive women, attempted to level the playing-field by such a rule?
Would convincing other women to not compete based on the advantage of being more sexually attractive and confident with their bodies and sexuality accomplish this purpose?
If you had to convince women of this, how would you do it?
Would you perhaps aim to target their fears and insecurities, for failing to comply with such a rule?
Would you tell them something like, "If you do (what I don't want you to do), then men will not consider you long-term dating material, wife material, marriage material, and you will never get married!" ?
Would appealing to the fears and insecurities of women, emotionally coerce most women to comply with your created conditional statement?
What about women who wouldn't comply with your created rule?
What would you call a woman who "unfairly competes by dressing more attractively and advertising her more sexually attractive figure, body, and showcasing to men her confidence and sexuality"?
You need to come up with a word that's short, simple, quick, and doesn't sound flowery; in fact, the worse it sounds, the better.
Do guys love girls who dress "sIutty?" Of course, every guy wants his girl to dress that way, and create that burning sexual desire in him. No guy wants his girl to dress like she's a nun or aiming to win a Miss. Ladylike competition.
Do girls love girls who dress "sIutty?" Not of it makes those girls less visible and less sexually attractive to men, as a result of this girl who dresses "sIutty."
So the term "sIutty" is imposed and insisted on by girls; not guys, as a last-resort defense against other girls taking away or unfairly competing for sexual attention from men.
Believe me, if the world were truly run by men, every girl would be walking around in her underwear