Surely the question for all serious people is whether women should be compelled or encouraged to wear gloves in public.
It would raise the whole tone of society.
Of course there will be objections, such as, should women be compelled to wear gloves into the surf at the beach. And of course we have the answer to that. We sell a very nice brand of waterproof gloves for elegance in the surf.
The latest studies have shown that men who look at breasts live longer. So women should do it not for themselves, but for the longevity of men. Women are known for their unselfishness, indeed are renowned for eating the burnt chop, so we should see bare breasts, not as narcissism, but as an extension of the principle of the burnt chop.
Let's hope that at some point we get to a stage where it is body language and not appearance that indicates a sexual intent - as it should be, biologically. And hopefully, from there on, we can get to the point where body language *meant for someone specific* gets recognised as such as well. Recognized - not shamed. (aka s/he might dress and act that way for a reason, but that reason might just be only the person next to you and not an open invitation for just anyone to dig in)
This, except why stop at body language, let's use some words, also. Why are people so deficient in understand intent?
I think female toplessness should clearly be legal. Given some men's inclinations toward violence and impulsivity, though, is female toplessness always wise?
Also, eliminating the taboo of female nudity would make pornography less compelling and the sex industry (being responsible for jaw dropping rates of female kidnapping, slavery and murder) as a whole less influential.
doubtful - it might get sensationalized for a bit, but you become accustomed to it pretty fast - soon enough excitement over topless breast will fade as the elderly babyboomer gal's will join in on the fun, and by then the mental eye gets accustomed and you pay attention to those you would have being paying attention too anyway (those you find attractive).
i think you're probably right. i'm just not sure i want to have to deal with the transition phase. i'm involved in an environment where there is a lot of sexism and it just gets old incredibly fast. that might be a good time for me to go live in france.