But an important difference: I don't mind and usually like a look, but I don't want leering. Your pants or skirt shouldn't be tight, or cut too high or too low. I don't mind a quick glance, and if said glance is done by someone who I'm interested in, it can be flattering. Some guys behave more decently than others, that's for sure. When it comes down to it they are concerned about what they connotate with well endowed women. It's kind of being a hypocrite, isn't it? She may feel that she's not able to converse with a person because they are allowing themselves to stare at her chest, which is frustrating and socially uncomfortable. I've never noticed it, but I've had male friends of mine admit to checking out my rack.
. There are a lot of stores and you don't have to pick up the most revealing items they have What is the point of wearing them then? In response, 200 women protested in Kampala, the country's capital, demanding the government stop sexualising their bodies. That said, I'm sure busty women do get checked out a lot more! They'll criticize women for having large breasts. We should accept our body with pride, we don't have to hide like it was something wrong or forbidden. I don't expect to wear low cut tops and not get the occasional look; I do expect to not have my chest become a substitute for my face. A lot of times when I show cleavage it's because it's hard not to, that a dress or shirt I love is shaped that way and to be honest, the twins are a bit hard to hide and I gave up trying a long time ago. Seems like girls with large breasts do not intentionally show cleavage for the most part, it just happens.
That outcome didn't surprise me at all. Mine flop and zig-zag -- if one goes up, the other goes down. For some reason it happened a lot at the beach or water parks but it has happened in school and other places as well. There is no just right I have found. At that moment, I resolved to go braless for five days. Skipping underwire, I wore a tight tank I hoped would prevent nip-slip on the treadmill.
I don't dress revealingly often, and when I do it is not because I want people to look at me solely for that reason I would more want them to look at me for the sake of my overall aesthetic , but I don't care if people are looking for the sake of the exposed skin, provided they are not creepy or annoying about it. That's what I don't like, if you want to look a little though I wouldn't mind. I seriously doubt you women wear sexy clothes for that reason. When their girlfriends go braless or wear something revealing, they'll tell them: Go cover that up. I like it, because it makes me feel attractive and desired. I've never met a girl who got mad at me for staring at their boobs. But this just gave me a whole new perspective.
Fellow late bloomer with just about a handful, and I totally share your opinion. I know that it shouldn't have to be this way, but I think you need to start being a bitch. We like sneakers and running shoes. Girls like to look attractive, just like guys do. So, now that I actually have some amount of cleavage and a much better self-esteem, it makes me feel extremely sexy to be able to show off my chest a bit. I'm guessing that has something to do with enjoying the idea of guys staring at me; the concept that they find me attractive, but that my boyfriend is the only one who gets to have me, is personally very exciting for me.
I should care about socially acceptable behavior because that's important to do as a member of society. Guys already see women as these beautiful, whimsical creatures, and when you wear a sundress, it just plays into how we view you even more. Otherwise, if it happens it's not really intentional and it could just be the cut of the shirt. If a woman's chest is hefty enough it doesn't matter where the neckline of a shirt or dress falls. Not to mention girls that wear really short dresses that draw attention to their asses and legs, but then complain when a guy looks.
I wear that dress because it makes me feel like a total badass and I love it. That isn't the end of the world, it is a behavior you need to work on. Someone's appearance can catch you off guard and you can find yourself staring. Then piss and moan and bitch when they catch people staring at them? This isn't hurrr durrr check me out boys. You dress up so that you can compete with other girls. We can either wear flattering shirts or ugly boxy ones that do not do anything for our figures. A place to post an opinion you accept may be flawed, in an effort to understand other perspectives on the issue.
I've obviously never seen you, but I know men very well, and I can tell you that they hate the fact that they can't sleep with you. To which I feel your still saying is a requirement. While off the clock, low cut tops of any fabric and fit are fine to wear, and if you aren't busty, and feel confident enough to skip the camisole coverage, then, by all means, embrace the look. Doesn't it seem eight million times more logical that your coworker was just wearing tank tops because it was too hot outside to wear anything else and was annoyed that people decided to make that innocuous choice into a major deal? And on top of that, wearing sexy clothes just makes me feel good about myself; every woman likes to feel beautiful, even if it doesn't matter at all to her relationships and there's no one else around to see. Is it right for them to stare at him in disgust? But dammit, if I'm showing a bit of boob, it's because I feel sexy, and it makes me feel good when people take note of that.
You don't get to dress how you want and then try to dictate peoples reactions to it. I'm not trying to do anything except do yoga comfortably. No one should ever have to go through that shit. Thus they try to wear attractive professional attire like grey short, Black Blazer and shiny white low-cut shirt is so common. This is what these women are often feeling in these situations. I better wear something that has sleeves otherwise they might see a part of my breast tissue which is right next to my arm pit so it'll be too revealing.