I understand but what if that's not how she used to dress back when I first got to know her?
Well.. That is definitely grounds for you to speak up and ask why she is dressing differently. If she is dressing inappropriately, you should say something.
hahahaha true story
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that's not true at all.
It's been true in much of my experience. It's certainly true in a global historical context. Men have done it so much, that I feel like they don't really have a right to an opinion anymore. I certainly don't accept it from men I am involved with. If some other woman wants to, that's up to her.He certainly doesn't need to accept guidance from the women in his life. That's his right too.
HAHAHAHAHA.Women would never use that to control men. Nope. Never. HAHAHAHA/sarcasm.
Listen I understand why you think so, and you might be right men were dominating women for quite some time before and maybe some are still to this day.But you're wrong about differentiating between women's say on men's cloths and vice versa, because both are the same things just different reasons, if the reason for a woman is for her man to look better even if he wants to be comfortable then it probably is because she wants people to not judge her because of how he looks, which is a bit selfish and controlling, and when a man does the same thing it probably is for the same reason so it also is somewhat selfish and controlling.
@FakeName123 Hey, no ones stopping you from refusing fashion advice or whatever you call it when you feel it is an attempt to control you, as a man.But it doesn't have the same historical context.
How exactly is the historical context relevant to relationships in this day and age?There definitely are women who tell their man how to dress and use it as a way to apply power and control hiding behind "making him fashionable". If you want to accept it or not is up to you.
@FakeName123 Because the context informs current behavior.
= you are downplaying everyones individuality by implying they are just a product of their environment and the historical context. Neat.
@FakeName123 In no way have I said people are ONLY a product of history. It is only one of many things that influence human behavior. Your implication that I said otherwise is just asinine.
Nothing asinine about it. I am saying that there are definitely women who do the same as men and control their partners fashion sense.You are the one then painting things black and white by replying to that statement: "Because the context informs current behavior." - thus implying that people are only the product of that.If you do not think so, then you failed to communicate it. Still nothing asinine about it.
@FakeName123 I didn't say women don't do it. I suggested women are motivated by a different thing much of the time.Ans saying that something does something doesn't mean I am saying no other things happen at the same time.You're being obtuse now.
The gag experience in a nutshell, really.
Yeah were motivated to try and make them look classy
Omg 😂😂😂Ur dad wins !
^this guy doesn't get it
@lord_chilled I get it but I don't want to play the 'game' according to your rules. :)
why, you scared you may appear misogynistic?
@lord_chilled I'm not a misogynist
few people are. its easy to be seen like that tough
@lord_chilled misogyny has been fired up and is flaming in society due to the Trump campaign against Hillary.
Today's misogynists are proud about their misogyny.
what do you mean