Ha! Well if we're talking imagination, she's wearing even less.
My granddaughter was the spokes person for the area Make A Wish foundation's gala last night. It was a black tie affair, yes I wore a tux, and I saw more store bought boobies than I have ever seen in one room. We're talking a lot of big money people here, and most of the women looked like they were trolling for some strange. The sad fact is, they were probably just trying to keep there husbands eyes on them.
Mmm, sexy anachronisms...
I got society's blood running down my face...
I totally agree Ace. At my 8th grade graduation ceremony, (mind you this is basically a charter school who just supplies homeschool moms with curriculum) there was girls all frolicking about in skirts and blouses that would not even be appropriate at a inner city prom... and one of the girls did a dance presentation that ONLY covered the naughty bits.
This is not about being attractive. Attractive can be naked, bikini, hot outfit, jeans and T.
This is about women of ridiculously young ages dressing flagrantly sexy, or women of any age dressing flagrantly sexy in inappropriate circumstances.
The minute i go up to to one of these women and say "ahem, excuse me, I think that showing 6 inches of boob cleavage, a thong top, a skirt that wakes it very apparent that you are wearing a thong even when i can't see the top, and stilletos to this [innappropriate event] I'll catch hell.
Our media overlords approve of the erotification and commoditisation of children.
Last edited by idsnowdog; 02-05-2012 at 03:27 PM.
Toddlers in Tiaras and the whole child beauty pageant concept is revolting because it does only one thing: sexualizes young children. That s*** should be illegal.
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