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Originally posted by babycakebabe babycakebabe wrote:

I've noticed on my FB newsfeed for the last few weeks that the black men Im friends with are revolting against this overexposed style. They have been posting like crazy saying that they are not feeling this 'turnt up' 'nekkid' 'sheer', etc attire on the city streets and are tired of seeing panty lines, draws and booty cracks and overflowing breasts through random women's clothes and want to see black women present themselves as Queens. When hetero, attractive dudes have to respectfully request women to chill on the provocative clothes, you know ish is out of control and has crossed the live of sexy to oversexed.

but heres the thing though, they can always choose to ignore it and look the other way.

yes some things are in your face but its really quite simple, instead of hopping on a preacherbox and shout about modesty etc etc etc one can easily look away and find modestly dressed women who are still attractive


i swear for every one woman out there i see dressed with asses and titties out, there are two more who counter that.. and i live in south london, so that should say something!



those same guys would probably still smash too
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Originally posted by babycakebabe babycakebabe wrote:

I've noticed on my FB newsfeed for the last few weeks that the black men Im friends with are revolting against this overexposed style. They have been posting like crazy saying that they are not feeling this 'turnt up' 'nekkid' 'sheer', etc attire on the city streets and are tired of seeing panty lines, draws and booty cracks and overflowing breasts through random women's clothes and want to see black women present themselves as Queens. When hetero, attractive dudes have to respectfully request women to chill on the provocative clothes, you know ish is out of control and has crossed the live of sexy to oversexed.


see sometimes men like this get on my nerves...bunch of sanctimonious idiots, I've heard the same thing with respect to hair as well. What they fail to remember is that nobody tells 'queens' what to wear, that's why they're queens therefore everyone else is a lowly commoner or a subject. You don't like it? Mind your own and KIM...it's really that simple.
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^at least i tried to be tactful

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Be naked for all I care. 

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lol...I don't like mincing my words
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honestly i do get sort of uncomfortable when im looking for frozen broccoli in the store and some chick walks in like she's about to twirl on a pole. Its too much sometimes.
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OP, I can understand where you are coming from (my personal style is more modest/conservative in public and I leave all sexiness for private VIP) , but to be honest, I really don't give much attention/time/energy/thought to other people's personal clothing choices/style. I just focus on how I choose/like to dress and how I teach my children to dress, and that's really it, and if I happen to see something I don't want to, then I simply turn my head/look away, and carry along with my business. 
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i'm gonna wear what i want, period. if you want to comment on it, positively or negatively, then whatever.

and what is the official definition of what is "slutty" wear and what is "sexy" wear?

it's all subjective, really.

and f*ck the guys that always talk about "if you want to be treated well, dress like a Queen"

that's bullsh*t. guys will still disrespect you if you no matter what. being covered up from head to toe isn not gonna prevent a guy from catcalling/calling you names when you turn them down, and basically disrespect you.

it's about their behavior and NOT what i wear. a guy should be respectful regardless of what i wear.
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only sheer shirts and booty shorts for me. And if it is raining, maybe I will wear a bra.
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Originally posted by Ladybird0724 Ladybird0724 wrote:

a guy should be respectful regardless of what i wear.
 
 
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