Ta-tas, sand sacks, and boobies have been a large topic of debate lately. As in, men can’t be attracted to such rounded beauties. Who do we think invented the slogan “Save the boobies” for breast cancer? Cleavage cracks are a large distraction for men, no matter what the size. Source: anatomy.
One Democratic congresswoman surprised everyone by saying women have the responsibility to dress professionally. Leftists want to burn her at the stake.
“I saw a member yesterday with her cleavage so deep it was down to the floor,” Kaptur reportedly said. “And what I’ve seen … it’s really an invitation.”
“Maybe I’ll get booed for saying this, but many companies and the military [have] a dress code. I have been appalled at some of the dress of … members and staff. Men have to wear ties and suits,” she continued.
A liberal defending men? What kind of sorcery is this?
In a statement, Kaptur aknowledged making the comments but said she never intended to cast blame on victims of sexual harassment.
“Under no circumstances is it the victim’s fault if they are harassed in any way,” she added. “I shared the stories from my time here in the context of the ‘Me Too’ legislation and how we can elevate the decorum and the dress code to protect women from what is a pervasive problem here and in society at large.”
Does a woman wearing a short skirt and plunging neckline give men the right to smack their lips at her? No. But wearing revealing clothes, especially in the workplace, can replace deal handshakes with hormones. Nobody wins.
It’s called dressing appropriately. This shouldn’t be triggering rocket science. If you want to be taken seriously at the office, dress to be taken seriously. If you want to be joked about as a floosy, dress as a floosy. If you want people to mock you for your plumber’s crack, please, show off your hind end.
Ladies, if you’re advertising your hooters, guys will notice. Is this a reason to harass someone? Of course not. But a woman flashing her breasts about is sending a signal that she wants her boobs noticed. Or else she would’ve covered up her knockers.
Guys, if you want a lady to treat you like a gentleman and take you seriously, same rules apply. She’ll likely show you more respect if you dress respectfully. Not as a Comic-Con camper. Iron your clothes after washing them. Ties. Suits. Pants that aren’t mom jeans. You get the drift.
How we represent ourselves in dress reflects how we perceive ourselves. This isn’t to be confused with someone perceiving you as attractive and using their perception of your attractiveness to be a pig. We’re talking here about dressing appropriately for your environment. At the office? Be official. At a cocktail party? Have some fun. But let’s not reverse the two.
~Co-written by Courtney Kirchoff and Nichole Cooper