To each their own. I think it is important for society to let women decide if they want to wear a bra or not. I think it is stupid that schools go around telling girls that they need to wear a bra.
One of the most pathetic excuses a girl was given was, "Boys can't concentrate on their schoolwork if you...
Best answer: To each their own. I think it is important for society to let women decide if they want to wear a bra or not. I think it is stupid that schools go around telling girls that they need to wear a bra.
One of the most pathetic excuses a girl was given was, "Boys can't concentrate on their schoolwork if you are not wearing a bra." REALLY?
This type of thinking is the very reason why society is declining today, because we are still slut shaming and telling girls its their fault that what they do with their body and how they dress themselves is why bad things happens. AND this same thing also teaches boys that they can do whatever they want and then they want to know why they are getting into trouble.
We need to teach young people to be more considerate and to treat each other with respect and stop with the slut shaming and stop teaching, "boys will be boys" speech.
I personally like to make the decision of to wear or not to wear a bra each day. Men and boys need to learn to grow up. As a woman I am not going to be blamed anymore because men didn't know how to behave.
EDIT: @Almost Human, Do you know how to read? NO where did I say I hate men.
Stop trying to make this a simple black and white issue that is a misunderstanding. It is a more complicated issue that has a lot of grey areas.
Yes boys are taught, "boys will be boys." I have plenty of personal experiences and have read about other people's experiences with being body shamed and told how we dress makes boys and men not be able to handle themselves.
It was stated by teachers, by principals that you HAVE to wear bra. That you don't have a choice to make that decision yourself. It took me until now to finally understand where my insecurities come from about needing to wear a bra outside all the time. I was taught I had no choice in the matter.
I have also heard men say that certain women who are classy in a higher social class system they never get raped. That if you dress modestly or cover yourself, men won't attack you. Of course this was an article about India and a poor woman who died being tortured and gang raped on a bus by a group of men.
But don't think this is just an issue that is just contained to 3rd world countries.
Im tired of people slut shaming women, for what they choose to wear. For shaming them for not wearing a bra, because their male peers in class won't be able to focus on their school work.
Not to mention, everyone or at least certain people in this section want to know why men are falsely accused of harassment and why there is a thing called rape culture.
We need to teach young people to respect each other and be considerate. What is sexual harassment, how to behave and prevent it from happening.
This would prevent a lot of these sexual harassment and assault crimes, if people were actually taught respect and to control themselves. Even the schools think boys won't behave if a girl chooses not to wear a bra.
Not to mention the staring you get for not wearing one. Were you given permission to look? No and you need to learn self control. Sure it might be essential to wear one, but sometimes it is uncomfortable wearing one and I should be able to make the choice if I choose to wear one or not. Society still teaches it is a girl's fault.
Do you understand now @Almost Human. Actually Im done now because if you don't understand that is your problem for your own lack of reading comprehension skills.
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