there's a difference between a quick appreciative glance, and a prolonged starring contest with our boobs.
i agree that girls should expect some level of attention, you shouldn't bitch slap every man you catch looking. but there are limits, and I just don't like the whole prudish attitude of judging a girls entire moral character on how amish she dresses or not, a guy can walk around with his shirt off and no one thinks "oh my god, what a slut. he must no self respect he's just asking for it what did he expect?" generally guys can display flesh and people will look, but no one passes any judgements or makes any assumptions about their sexual proclivities.
Well.. one thing is to have a quick look, and the other is to have a staring contest with the boobs.
Some guys behave more decently than others, that's for sure. It can be annoying, but then again those girls shouldn't complain if they keep wearing a huge cleavage. It's kind of being a hypocrite, isn't it?
The only exception I can think of is when a girl is naturally busty. It's not her fault to have 2 huge melons on her front, and it's a bit sad to think that if she doesn't want people looking at them, she has to hide them like having big boobs was a sin or something.
Whatever the case... having boobs is part of being a woman. We should accept our body with pride, we don't have to hide like it was something wrong or forbidden. We can wear whatever we like... but as a rule of thumb, only wear a big cleavage if you're comfortable with it (;
the goods? you mean our body? that's what's the problem. objectification. and not listening to a word we say because,hey,f*** words,boobs are there. there is nothing unnatural about being compelled to look,but,out of respect-don't ogle,listen to the woman,and don't consider breasts ''the goods''.
Personally the only time I wear revealing clothing is when I want a certain someone to notice me, so then I really don't mind if he looks ;)
because most guys don't look, they STARE as if they have never seen cleavage before and it makes of uncomfortable and even more self conscious than we already are. we should be able to go out in public with a low cut shirt on without being stared at like circus acts and being objectified.
Because they're hypocrites. They dress for men, but act like they don't want men to notice, haha!
They're nervous and don't know what you're thinking. Your facial and body expressions convey a lot to a woman so make sure they're positive ones. Also, they may not like it because they just aren't simply attracted to you. Can't win them all