Culturally Evolved and Legally Accepted Indescent Exposure

There’s a picture online of a female sexual abuse victim walking around in short, shorts, protesting her horrific experience. A somewhat feminist-minded woman would possibly chime-in saying WELL, then you must be the type of male chauvinist who believes women are to blame for being sexually assaulted. NO, not to blame but victims of our sexual culture that contributes to the actions of sexual predators! Yes this is argued and has been for many years but it would certainly seem logical to an intelligent thinking person in my opinion. Another part of my response to the male chauvinist accusation (this might also anger some people) would be that women will consent to relations with men during a moment of passion and immediately feel gilt and regret it afterward (NOT TRUE in all cases). This may be headed-off with the claim that it was non-consensual.

Women for the most-part cannot stand for it to even be known that they-too have a sex drive – in some cases exceeding that of the average man. Regardless of this fact it is my belief that the majority of rape claims filed, do genuinely occur and perpetrators should be recognized as lifetime sexual predators for victimizing a woman or women-plural, or in some cases, boys. The latter listed victimizing has been perpetrated by female school teachers, who in some cases send indecent pics of their selves to their VICTIMS! For women who are victims but do not dress in indecently-exposed manners, how do the women who do practice this type of deviance help such victims? Perpetrators can be sexually-charged (still not an excuse) by women who display their selves as a walking soft pornography display.

I am a Christian man with enough struggles of my own to be pure of eyes and heart (“But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” – Matthew 5:28). What I don’t need is such a large percent of young and older women, walking in every direction I look, such as at a discount department store, indecently dressed. With God as my witness, I look away in the vast majority of cases but I am also human and fail to do so at times. They wear the tightest possible tops, many worn to accentuate the upper body, including special-made braziers and shorts that are nearly as revealing as a bikini or that are as accentuating as one. In some cases attire is worn to show a woman’s midriff and more (top of hips, bellybutton and lower ribcage).

Most men of course don’t complain but we who truly love our wives and the Lord Jesus Christ, perceive this as a type of sexual harassment (it certainly qualifies as that in the workplace). A feminist might laugh at such a statement; in fact some women in general might  laugh, simply because it’s very seldom stated. It is a type of sexual deviance by females however, although it is taboo to point out this TRUTH. They experience a type of satisfaction by the public sexual exhibitionism they engage in. Isn’t it deviant for women wanting to attract men and seeking to have them sexually aroused which is tantamount to soft porn? OF COURSE many people in general will also laugh at these statements but this is further proof that desensitization has slowly crept into our culture regarding women taunting men with near-nudity – what used to be called “being a tease”.

Then again there are true victims who are indeed not consenting or indecently dressed but are being forced/violated by sexual abusers. The allowable dress code for young and older women however does contribute to these incidences and I don’t care if the highest supreme court justice on earth says otherwise; some men who are sexually-charged by this indecent exposure by women, are acting out. Even in the early 1950s women could not legally wear these styles and would be placed in jail for doing so)! With this said, which sex has fought endlessly for literally centuries to wear clothing with more and more bodily exposure? It was women, beginning with the Women’s Suffrage Movement in the 1800’s (19th century). This and ongoing feminist movements were about voting rights and claims such as men not doing their share of housework while he held full time or overtime work at an occupation along with homestead land upkeep (the latter complaint displays an obvious imbalance).

In these early days we can laugh at the swimsuits shown in old pictures which women demanded to wear in the 1800s and early 1900’s but as things evolved in a deviant direction, we have today the 21st century “wedge-bottom bikini” (yes, it is what it sounds like). Why do women place priority on wearing the sexiest possible clothing, makeup, shoes, painted toenails and fingernails, etc…? It is because it empowers them and gives them opportunity to feel strength in making men feel uncomfortable for various reasons. Men resent women for constantly teasing them with provocative clothing. What can put a large dent in this agenda by women, is the fact that truly beautiful women outwardly are rare. But when you see the purposefully-hired female news anchors for example, being mostly eye-catchingly beautiful and news clips of beaches were mostly bodies made for swimsuits go, this respectfully misrepresents how attractive the average woman is.

Some women young and old are beautiful, some have medium attractiveness and others are homely but have many qualities otherwise. These facts dispel the myth a bit further, that women are all supposed to be of the beautiful body type. As a side-note, the ancient sculptor’s, commemorated the male form as much, if not possibly more than they did the female form. One myth developed and perpetrated by females is the “fairer sex” cliché taken too far. I personally believe it to be true, considering that the fairness ranges, just as good looks do with men. Fine specimens of men also wear revealing clothing and as a 100% heterosexual man, I don’t agree with this either (e.g. Speedos and shirtless).

They do indeed turn the heads of women but men seemingly do less indecent exposure of dress than do women. Is sexual exhibitionism not a crime when looked at honestly? Yes, but the population has become so desensitized to the improper/inappropriateness of it, largely because men are stimulated more easily by sexual exposure of women but not too far ahead in how women are also attracted to highly attractive men. The world has sexual deviance hang ups and as the saying goes “enough said” but in this case “way more than enough said” (with complete honesty on this writer’s part).  JML


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