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  1. Rosemarie Moss
    @ 5:47 pm

    I really loved the article and your attitude towards these inappropriate things happening in our society. I am in my early 20s, and I am one of the very few lucky girls that are respected by their boyfriend… From where I am standing right now, I can say that everything depends on a girl: whether she respects herself or not. And it is up to you to raise three great men that will treat their women with all the respect. It is very frustrating to see these modern “idols” promoting the idea to treat a girl like some sex object.
    Every normal man wants a girl that looks classy outdoors and is capable of being extremely hot indoors… but only for him, without any other people seeing lots of her open skin etc. Unfortunately, there are not so many normal men left, because of the girls not respecting theirselves and letting men treat them like a thing, because the society accepts such model of relationships…
    and the only thing we can do is just be classy, be the kind of woman that deserves respect, and raise our children this way.

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  2. James Apperson
    @ 3:07 am

    I agree with ~most~ of what is said in the above commentary.

    But I do want to point out that there has not been a decline in how women are treated by their men at home.
    They’ve simply never been treated well, on average.
    It’s just more common to hear about the abuse now, because women in our culture are no longer pressured by society to remain voiceless.

    I also happen to be in favor of revealing clothing; worn by anyone that wants to wear it.

    The way conservatives look at that issue
    is bad here.
    It’s worse in extreme-ist muslim countries.
    But it’s bad here too.

    I call it “The Burka Scale”.
    Conservative Christian views on proper dress
    and how that equates to ‘respect’ for self and others …
    is just a weaker version of how some Muslims want to have women wearing Burkas.
    “Cover that tummy, ya whore!” isn’t ~meaningfully~ different than “Cover your face, ya whore!”.
    And yeah; that applies to everything from ankles to asses.
    Slut-shaming will eventually be a thing of the past; assuming humanity lives long enough to mature to that extent.

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  3. Cathy
    @ 12:25 pm

    I agree with you. I was brought up to be respectful. This generation think it is their right to behave badly.
    We know of the rise and fall of the Roman empire. The modern age rise happened in the mid 20th century. Sadly, I believe we are witnessing the fall of the modern age.

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