This is the stupidest topic I have ever come across. Do you people realize that you are allowing individual people to require you, a grown tax-paying, law abiding adult, dress how they want you to dress? You can play fashion police all you want, but unless some part of my attire is a violation of law, you can kiss my ass . . . I will wear what I want. Let me play a little history back at ya’.
Most of my childhood through adult years I enjoyed media showing some hot looking gal, with a byline of “Just because I’m showing my ass, it isn’t an invitation for rape” or something like that. It simply made the male responsible for his inappropriate sexual conduct. Presently, we have every place, organization, business, and transportation outfit playing dress censorship and making the decision of the moral compass of the Country. Talk about getting away with being a hater.
Have you noticed that most the people being made subject of such censorship are attractive? A nurse that gets a complaint that she looks too good in her scrubs, and today a gal that gets it because her tights she wears to the gym look too good. There have been quite a few in the middle that also could be included within this rant, but it isn’t necessary. What scares me most about this bullshit is this isn’t being done in accordance with any law, these people are legally dressed. No, this is being done by some person that believes they have the right to violate the law that says you can wear that. It’s a First Amendment right in case you are wondering.
The Courts have upheld laws of censorship for schools and in the workplace, allowing the School Board and Employers to set a dress code for students and employees so that folks are not distracted by others when they should be hard at work or learning. But, when did it became law that it was legal to censor the public at large?
“What do female tourists wear in Saudi Arabia?
New public decency standards were introduced in 2019, allowing visitors to wear some western-style attire. Female travelers are no longer required to wear an abaya or a headscarf. In public places, wearing short skirts, tight trousers, and revealing tops will attract negative gazes and disapprovals. Instead, female tourists should choose a loose outfit or dress covering the shoulders, chest, and legs. Another critical consideration while dressing for Saudi Arabia is to wear only opaque fabrics. People should not be able to see the underpants through clothes.
One should stay away from bright hues like red, yellow, and green, which can draw unwelcome attention. Instead, one can choose light and muted shades. Female tourists can wear jeans, but they should make sure the top half of the outfit is long enough to cover their backside. They can wear a bikini if they stay in a villa with their private pool but cover up when not in the water.”
Is this where we are going here in America? Little by little, each day, we find a way to eliminate our Rights. Sooner or later it will become law that you don’t have any rights, but it won’t affect you. No, it will affect your children’s children that will grow up in a society that no longer has a right to choose how they want to dress, what occupation they wish to pursue, or what God they should pray to. Is that the legacy you want to leave behind?
And what really pisses me off is the people making complaint likely do not even know what this Country’s Constitution is? Or, they are the biggest hypocrite alive because every damn one of them dressed provocatively most of their younger lives and many still do, but it is not okay for anyone else to do so.
I don’t care who you are or how old you are, you do not have the right to violate anybody’s personal freedoms. And if you believe you do have such right, I hope somebody sets you straight before you cause additional harm to our Country.