Ok! Put up your hands if you agree that dressing sexily means inviting trouble?
Yeah, I thought so too.
*takes out the infamous Jolene’s dick chopping board and of course, the infamous Jolene’s dick guillotine*(we degenitate(er is there such a word) assholes and then we slice the remnants on the chopping board)
Just got back from Sewjin’s and he has got a damn good point there.
How can it even be suggested that by dressing sexily would invite trouble? IF perverts can learn to control themselves, “the incident” would not have happened. Not “If the women didn’t dress sexily, THIS would not have happened,”.
Honestly, I’m so sick of how the conservatives minds in malaysia view “inappropriate dressing”. Too much cleavage, bad. Too much leg, bad. Too much hands, bad. Too much torso, bad.
Blood hell. I HATE people who tell others off for the way their dress. Which should explain my bitter resentment towards the security guards in my university. I was so angry that it came to a point where I just wanted to strip naked on the road from across the university. HEY! It’s OFF campus grounds, there’s nothing you can do. Ne ne ni bu bu jiggle jiggle.
If you haven’t already read the news, there is NO connection between pure pervertism and dress sense. It is understandable that if a woman dresses like a slut(ie. half her bum cheeks are showing, or just a tug at her shirt would reveal a nipple), she would be tutted at because you have to dress professionally for certain events.Â
If I were to picture the average Malaysian working woman, I’d imagine her in a skirt which is maybe at most 2 inches above her knees. And when you sit down, it rides up. But hey, there won’t be anybody crawling about the floor hoping to get some eyecandy eh? So, it DOESN’T matter if your skirt rides up.
There shouldn’t even BE an excuse for the behavior of perverts.
Well, if you’re too lazy to click on the link, there was some press conference for some Penang Municipal Council thingie a few days back, and this journalist’s thigh was zoomed in upon by the CCTV and I don’t even know HOW a few other journalists managed to catch the technician red handed but they did. Then the woman lodged a police report and the Penang Municipal Council presidentÂ implied to the woman that her dressing was too sexy which is why it happened.
The audacity of some people.
I suppose this further supports the claim of that aussie muslim leader who said that women who do not cover their aurat are “like uncovered meat” or something like that.
We don’t have to listen to what perverted and stunted-in-the-head men think, okay?
It’s the 21st century.
Live with it.
We’re gonna wear skirts, as short as we like.
We’re gonna wear slutty tops, showing as much cleavage as we like.
We’re gonna NOT wear anything, if we feel like it. (well, lucky you.)
We don’t have to listen to anybody to tell us about the consequences of our dressing.
It’s not for you to see, but it’s for us to feel good about ourselves.