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Whether you've been told by a parent that you simply won't be allowed out of the house in a skirt that short, reprimanded by an educator or leader in your religious community for being too suggestive in your apparel choices, or informed by a heckler that your clothing is making them feel a certain way, you know the sting of implications made about your personal worth based upon how you've chosen to explore fashion. And if men still view women as objects when we're baring skin , maybe it's time they consciously work on moving past that. So many of us are quick to judge when we see a woman in a social setting who happens to have donned something a bit lower cut or tightly stretched than we would ourselves. Teenage girls have the already difficult task of navigating their emerging sexual desires in a society that doesn't always teach sexual education or embrace the reality that women can be intelligent, respectable, and sexually alluring people. It teaches us to believe that our bodies are somehow shameful, and that showing our shape will lead to pain, suffering, and dehumanization, when instead we should be teaching young boys and men that a woman's body is her business and no different than a man's body in terms of worth. The simple truth is that most often, when a woman wears clothing that shows the curves of her body or reveals her skin, it is because she likes the way she looks, and feels good in the the outfit.
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And when it comes to humanity as a whole, it seems to me that we'll be best served spending less time judging harshly the women around us for how much clothing they're wearing or not wearing, and more time exploring ourselves, science, and the arts. Better yet, do not assume you can read the mind of anyone, because unless your telepathy game is genuinely strong, you're probably mistaken. Many feminists will take the stand that things were likely different during the time that spanned from the Paleolithic era until around BCE. Why should we have to hide our bodies if they're a natural part of who we are as people and as a species. A woman's attire may be a reflection of her mood, however, in no circumstance does an outfit signify a woman's consent to sexual activity. Next time you wince over another woman's attire, consider your own insecurities, as they may be affecting your ability to see her bravery and unapologetic self-assurance. I wear short shorts in spite of external attention, because I enjoy the feeling of sunshine on my legs and the flexibility that they afford me in my active lifestyle.
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What's truly unfortunate is that while many people operate from and hide behind the guise of being helpful or protective, they fail to recognize that, for men and women alike, fashion is a form of self-expression, and just as an artist's style grows and adapts over many years, so does our sense of personal style. In the same way that implying a certain weight or height is bad when in actuality, it's just another expression of natural form can be harmful, maintaining taboos and stigmas around certain body parts being naughty is counterproductive. And although many men and women think that discouraging a woman from wearing clothing that show's too much of her body is positive, the effects can be quite confusing, especially if she views her body as beautiful, strong, and considers highlighting those physical attributes an intrinsic part of her identity. Personally, I vacillate between full-coverage and skin-baring attire. It also means teaching the difference between what we see in porn and what we see in real life. It teaches us to believe that our bodies are somehow shameful, and that showing our shape will lead to pain, suffering, and dehumanization, when instead we should be teaching young boys and men that a woman's body is her business and no different than a man's body in terms of worth. You might argue that the unique function of breastfeeding is precisely what makes a woman's breasts more special and worth keeping cloistered.
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