Nope, that's pretty much true. Well I'm not the type of guy to just talk to a girl for sex anyway, but supposing I was, that would definitely be the type of girl I would target if I were just out for an easy lay. The only reason I can fathom a girl would want to expose so much of herself is that she thrives on feeling sexy, and by feeling sexy I mean she thrives on the sexual attention of males (since those are really the only ones who are going to be enjoying what you're wearing, or lack there of).
Be it judgmental or not, it says so me she's very sexually liberated, and doesn't view sex as a big deal, and sex IS a big deal (to me anyways). I realize this may not be necessarily true of course, but you have to understand it is human nature to make judgments based upon available information. If I see a girl at a library with glasses on, dressed modestly and reading a book, there would be a lot of information I could gather from that just as equally as I could gather information about a provocatively dressed girl at a night club sipping on a drink. I expect to see one in a library, the other in a night club. See where I'm going with this?
Girls that wear scandalous outfits are DEFINITELY out of the question as far as relationships go for me. I've been there and done that, and if there's one thing I dread it's the "Are you seriously going to wear that tonight?" conversation. I hate dislike having it, dislike that I need to be having it, and therefore I just save myself the trouble and avoid girls who enjoy that style of clothing. When I'm in a relationship with a girl, there's a certain feeling of entitlement I get, that I am the only one who has earned the right to see my girlfriend in that way. What makes me so special if the only thing more I get to see of my girlfriend is literally just what's underneath the bra/underwear? Idk, call me old fashioned or what not, but I absolutely love modest girls and believe they can still be sexy as hell without having to show their cleavage and ass crack to everyone.
It's MUCH MUCH easier for me to avoid the relationship from the beginning than to think/try to change that later because it's not going to, ever. Anyway, dress however you want, but just keep in mind that how you dress is directly connected to the kinds of people you will attract. If you want to be taken as a sexual object then dress provocatively, but the only thing you will be inspiring of men is their sexual thoughts. If you want to find a man who actually cares about who you are and what you think, then dress like it.