Do you respect girls who post pictures in bikinis or tiny outfits on social media?

Would you want a girlfriend who did that?



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  • There's nothing to respect or disrespect about that. I would only find it problematic if it's habitual and it makes up the majority of their social media postings. But the occasional bikini shot is all well.

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  • My basis for respect is what kind of a person is she? Is she nice? Does she speak kindly to people? Is she helpful? Those would determine if I respect her. What pictures she posts of herself would not determine if I respect (or dis-respect) her.

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  • Tbh I dislike it and she can't be of my type. Respect then the answer is yes as it is their own life and they can do whatever they want to do. None of my business.

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    • Okay I do get your point :)

    • I said that the girl who is posting such pictures can not be my girlfriend and I dislike such girls. I would not choose that kind of girl whomever she might be. I respect all the girls so I would also respect her. Just I would ignore her.

  • No. literally anyone can see things posted on the internet and a woman should treasure her body and hold herself to higher standards. The only thing those pictures do is invite other men to lust after them. Women love that attention, but its all negative and temporary. Post a hobby, an achievement or something you're proud of. The intricacies of your body are for your partner and yourself, no one else.

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  • My wife should be a princess. Would a princess do that?

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    • This answer though πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

    • @MimoFino This answer made me smile :)

  • people can do what they want, i personally am not attracted to attention seekers though

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    • A lot of girls think that if a guy is paying attention to them, it always means he's attracted to them.

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    • Yeah probably, the guys who will only use them for sex and ghost right after.

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  • I think its kind of slutty if you do it in a relationship but if you're single its still slutty, but less-so. Same with dudes but in stead of being slutty its fuckboy-ish. Its their account though so its whatever.

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  • she can post half naked pics and still be a virgin until marriage, while she can post pics with non-revealing outfits and sleep with all the boys in town.

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    • so basically you can't judge a person only because of pics on social media

  • A person's use of Self espression shouldn't be judged if that person has honestly intensions. No one should be judged for wanting to show case their body unless it's not appropriate for the event or the audience that may see it. Stay classy πŸ˜‰

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  • My respect for people (girls and boys) don't depend on what they wear and post on social media. Because that would mean I am shallow. And if I were shallow, there would be no point in gaining my respect.

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  • Of course, at my age and experience in life, I respect everyone who shows me respect. Also I'm secure enough with myself to where I wouldn't mind if my girlfriend modeled outfits on social media. But the problem that I might have is with today's people out there. Lot of crazy fucks out their.

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  • I think it depends on how they use those pictures. If, for example, they're on holiday in the Maldives and post a bikini selfie saying "love it here in the Maldives" that's totally fine... but what annoys me is when girls post up a picture of them in a bikini or tiny outfit, just for the sake of posting that picture to get likes... most of the time they don't even have a caption! it's just fishing for compliments, likes and showing off they're body!

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  • Firstly, I have a baseline level of respect for all people, unless you do something to really mess that up (I think only two people I know have done that). Second, I base my respect for a person on how they treat me, how they treat others, and their personality in general. Photos on social media do very little to influence my opinion, and the only way what a girl is wearing would make me think less of her is if it promotes violence, is sexist, racist, homophobic, or otherwise hateful.

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  • It's a double edge sword. you want someone who is good looking and confident, but also want someone that is conservative and trust worthy. And depends on context of picture bc if it's to just get attention, sexual in nature, defitinly not good. but if you both went to beach t9 hang out, then yeah by all means bc guys like to feel like they have that one girl that every guy wants

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  • I dont like people who dont respect themselves and show their nudity (or almost nudity) to a whole world, so nope i dont respect them since they dont respect themselves. Of course i would never have a girlfriend who does it. The same goes for clothes you wear in public.

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  • it depends, is this like a beach picture? is this a picture where the tiny outfit makes sense? or is this a self in the bathroom showing off the bikini? Is this picutre so I will look at your body or look at what is going on in your life?

    If you are just fishing for likes, not really. If you are sharing your life. Then yes I respect that.

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  • Im already engaged to one. Posting bikini and revealing pics doesn't mean you're a slut. For example my girl is really proud of her gym progress and if people see that its a great motivation for her. I dont care. I dont care if she posted nudes to be honest. I trust her and i know that no matter how many guys see her butt the only one that she wants to, and gets to fk it is me.

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  • Of course! There is nothing wrong with flaunting the nice body they have. If they do not have the best of bodies, I give them more respect still. I think looking at girls like that on social media is nothing wrong. Girls also look at hot guys without shirts, no? Hahaha. :P. If they are nice, humble and good looking it is a great combo as well.

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  • I would respect their choice of post but only as long as the picture itself is tasteful/respectful.
    I mean social media is accessible by anyone who has an internet connection and that includes kids as well (no matter how controlling the parents are kids find ways to do things they're not supposed to)
    So I think as long as the picture can be shown to a kid while preserving their innocence, then there's no issue. 😊

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  • I can't say I would appreciate a girlfriend doing it unless it was her career and it paid her share of the bills lol. I can see why single girls might do it for the attention and whatever follows. But why not respect yourself and leave a little more to the imagination so a guy wants to get to know you instead of just judging you first on your body? God, I sound like my mother!!!

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  • I actually don't see the need to wear more than a bikini for casual wear. Additonal clothes have the purpose of providing functional skin protection if you're at work or if it's cold out. If those things are not going on, then there is no reason not to wear a bikini. And if you have a good picture in one, there is no reason not to post it on social media.

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  • Yes UNLESS she claims its wrong for men to sexually objectify her because it's like dangling raw meat in front if a lion and then getting pissed if it licks its lips.

    I give respect to everybody until they treat me like crap.

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  • I understand girls mostly do that to help their self esteem, it doesn't bother me at all when a girlfriend does it except for the one rare girlfriend who it was important to her that she get likes whenever she posted something and it would bother her if she didn't.

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  • I don't know. It make me jealous but put that energy into her more lol

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    • I get it. I use to post pictures in tiny outfits (I never posted pics in bikini or underwear) but my boyfriend got so mad and jealous so I took them down.

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    • Yeah, true. My boyfriend said he prefers to see me like that in private

    • Lol beaches are public

  • I dont believe I would feel comfortable. Having a girlfriend. Who feels the need to attract all that attention. Isn't something. I want to be apart of.

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  • Yeah sure, it's natural to crave attention and validation. I wouldn't fault a girl for it. People need to stop slut shaming so much, I would just want her to be loyal to her boyfriend.

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  • I personally believe a decent girlfriend would not be doing this. She would not want attention from other boys, and if anything would only send them to u personally through messenger, because they're not exactly nudes, but something u can enjoy privately without other men gawping at your girl.

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  • I respect those girls even more for putting themselves out there like that. I value a relationship with women that do more than women that don't because it says that they're not afraid of their sexuality. That is the kind of woman who isn't afraid to live her life the way she wants 😍

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  • Well, in my honest opinion, if you dont have anything to show you wouldn't be posting it, so a lot of girls post these pictures to show guys how hot they are (at least the girls I know of).

    But it's not the end of the world for me since I sometimes post my gym progress shirtless.

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  • I would not have a whole lot of respect for her since girls who do that tend to be deeply insecure about their lives and see value in their their body. Granted I am not shaming those who are proud of their bodies, as everyone should feel proud of their bodies, but if that is all that she posts on social media, I would not be okay with her being my girlfriend.

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  • Like the kind of stuff an instagram model posts?

    No, I probably wouldn't want a girlfriend like that.

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  • Depends on the setting. There are two types of bikini pics - ones that are meant to show off your body in a subtle, but not so subtle way, and others are more about the event or situation that is going on where you just happen to wear a bikini.

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    • Yeah I agree. It's different when you post a pic of you having fun in a bikini at the beach and when you post a pic of you wearing a bikini at home for example.

  • Do you respect men who post topless pictures from the beach in their swimsuits? I do because I have no reason to not respect them unless I know them personally.

    Why do you have so double standards?
    Girl who posts a pic with bikini is slut so?
    Everyone who thinks so is insecure and is jealous.

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  • Here's a double standard and I'm a woman with this double standard but I'm going to keep it real: I respect a woman with a beautiful body who posts a classy bathing suit photo as opposed to a woman with a gross looking body who posts a really tacky photo. You know the difference! And there is always some thirsty guy who likes the tacky and nasty woman's photo and that's when I lose any respect I had for him. And I try to have respect for people but that's asking too much from πŸ‘ 🌸 Luck πŸ’•

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    • What do u mean by a gross body?

    • @Idk321 Imagine that the suit is Ill-fitting and that the woman's body is grossly disproportionate, reflecting longtime poor eating choices and lack of overall health and fitness maintenance. I personally would not pose in a suit right now. I'm out of shape.

    • Ahh, I see what you mean, but isn't being confident in your body no matter how it looks a positive thing? I mean I personally don't have that confidence, but if another woman did, I think that's a good thing...

  • Who cares if I respect you, has self-respect gone out the window? You don't need to take your clothes off to prove you're confident in your body. How do women call themselves feminists when they walk around in short shorts and crop tops? They say they don't want to be treated like sex object then post a provocative picture... Tbh I'm apathetic to it all but please someone tell me I'm not the only one who thinks its just a little hypocritical..

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  • I personally believe a decent girlfriend would not be doing this. She should not want attention from other boys, and if anything would only send them to u personally through messenger, because they're not exactly nudes, but something u can enjoy privately without other men gawping at your girl.

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  • if i was a guy and my girlfriend was doing that... she won't be my girlfriend anymore.. i won't date some attention wh*re

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  • That's not something I would personally do mostly out of respect for my (conservative) family since I have them on my social media but also because I wouldn't feel comfortable exposing that much on the internet (I don't even wear bikinis to begin with). But I seriously don't care or think of it when another girl does it, unless she is in a suggestive and provocative pose.

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  • No, such sluts, they are.
    Definitely not girlfriend material.

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  • Yes! It's summer szn so everyone can expect to see many bikini posts. I think there's nothing wrong with it. Just a girl confident in herself lookin good. Like go you!πŸŽ‰

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  • My respect for someone isn't based on how much of their body they show.
    I'm a straight girl, but hypothetically if my boyfriend or girlfriend was frequently posting very provocative pictures on social media (more than just like a beach pic), I'd want to talk about it and ask why. I'd feel like maybe they wanted other people to think they were single, which would bother me a bit. But it wouldn't make me not respect them, and ultimately I'd respect their decision to post what they wanted.

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  • First of all I'm a girl but bi leaning to women, so I hope what I say is still valid.

    A bit of both. I respect her bravery but can't really shake the thought that she's just trying to get a guy using sexual attraction.

    Would I want a girlfriend who did it? Not for that alone, but ir wouldn't be off putting. On one hand she's confident, adventurous and likely attractive. On the other I'm not at all special to be able to bask in her beauty.

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  • I dont because I have a boyfriend who gets those pictures. Not for everyone to see. Also, I wouldn't want family members includong uncles, aunts, grandparents, etc. to see my body

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  • Who cares? Honestly. It's her body and she can do whatever she wants with it. Doesn't make her any less respectable in my opinion. People need to stop shaming other people for being happy with themselves. Doesn't mean she's "slutty" or an "attention whore". She's just a person, living her life freely. As she should. That's all.

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    • the question did not have anything to do with if she wants to pr anything you said. there's a lot of girls who do it just for attention because they have nothing else to offer

    • Yes but that isn't anyone else's problem. The question is if you respect them. I do, and I don't think anyone should "lose" respect for someone for posting a picture in a bikini or "tiny outfits". Do you lose respect when you see girls wearing bikinis at the pool or on the beach? No. If she wants to take a picture in a bikini and post it, she should be able to without people judging her. Whether or not it's for attention. People are way too concerned with what everyone else is doing.

  • I think it depends on the picture. If its underwear it does not speak well of them. If its a bikini AND in the proper place like at the beach or at a pool its fine. also on the position. Not the same if a girl has a picture of herself in a bikini, just smiling and just a normal position like just standing there, and a girl doing a provocative position (putting her ass out, pressing boobs and putting tongue out etc) and putting an angle where you can see it more

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  • No, I don't. Those kinds of people only want attention.

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  • unless she's not posing in some provocative way.. there's nothing wrong with wearing bikinis and posting pictures.. guys post shirtless pictures and show off their abs and stuff.. would you respect a guy less because he's shirtless in some picture? stop being sexist to your own gender

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    • hmm you should post some bikini pics then :P

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    • I won't just send me the bikini pics and you'll see 😏

    • I might not have learned photoshop from scratch but that doesn't mean that I don't know shit πŸ˜›

  • Good question, I feel less respect towards women who do this if it's out of context. For example her Facebook profile pick versus her private Insta gram. If you won't to post something sexually provocative at least admit that's the attention your after aswell, because you also see chicks ranting about objectification under a barely clad profile pick, I have no respect for that women, as she doesn't have the confidence to own her prowess.

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  • Most of these opinions make me wonder if I'm the weird one here.
    So, basically, I can walk around wearing only a bikini when I'm at the beach, but if I take a picture wearing one, suddenly people don't respect me anymore? Good to know.

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  • No, I don't loose any respect at all, if a girl wants to do that and she has enough confidence to then more power to her, I wouldn't mind dating a girl that would want to post a picture of her in a bikini, if she feels confidant and she's happy that's all that would matter to me

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  • Five years into my relationship with my fiancΓ© I started doing nude modeling and some cam shows. I still model but I'm done camming. He respects me the same as he did before I started doing those things. We also discussed everything before I did it. Posting a bikini pic wouldn't change his respect for me either.

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  • Yeah. a lot of girls aren't comfortable enough with themselves to do it (me lmao). It takes a lot to appreciate and love your body especially since the female body is so highly criticized in the media. People either love it or hate it. It's honestly the same as seeing a guy in swim trunks. It doesn't really matter. It's just a body and the human body is beautiful and deserves to be appreciated :/.

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  • Nope. I'd hate if she did something like this. (It's not something that she'd ever do and she doesn't even use social media (Unless discord counts) but I'd still be upset with that) I'd upset me that she would post pictures of herself wearing something revealing, when I don't even have a photo of her in a bikini (or anything less)

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  • Yes I do respect them because why not? They're people. I see them as human beings worthy of respect unless they do something that is unlawful or immoral. Wearing skimpy clothes does not make them less worthy of respect. Now, the ones who wear burqas I have no respect for.

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  • I guess it just depends. If they're doing it to be slutty in any type of way, you know those girls that sexualize themselves, I lose respect. But other girls do it just because they are happy and bold and love themselves, and don't do it every time they take a selfie... those are the girls that I respect and envy sometimes

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  • Posting pics of themselves on their social media doesn't influence if I do or do not respect them.

    I think guys really enjoy looking at these pics but wouldn't want their girlfriend to do that. And vice versa.
    Also, every once in a while to post one such a pic is fine but the whole page being filled with them seem that it belong to attention seeking person.

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  • well i think it's fine because girls would always want to show her bikini because of summer vibes. Just because of showing her bikini on social media doesn't mean she is going to be cheating on you or being a slut.

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  • Depends on the pose of the girl. Is it sexual? If not, i see no issue. Hell, if you have a good body don't tell me wouldn't flaunt it. And thats the actual main reason girls post these pics. Coming from a girl lol. That's all.

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  • I don't really feel respect or disrespect. If a person wants to post pictures of themselves in clothing, swimsuit, underwear, whatever, that is their choice and I respect their choice

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  • Over here, pretty much any girl who is in an OK shape posts bikini pictures in summer. However, some make it quits obvious they're looking for attention, overly sexy poses etc , while others are more casual and simply come along as I like my new bikini.

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