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boobs where!!!!!
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Our law makers seem to have a thing for creating legislation that tells women what they can and can't do with their bodies.
Posted 2/20/13
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CLarose wrote:


cheapshotfail wrote:

I thought public nudity was already illegal.

I support the idea, however there is a time and a place for everything. I don't have a problem with nude beaches, or breast feeding, but walking around topless isn't just affecting you, but everyone around you as well. If someone wants to do that in private or in a decent way, fine. People are already being desensitized to sex and the human body, the last thing we need is our children seeing oppai their whole lives.

For guys, it's a chest. For women, it's a sexual organ. Would you walk around bottomless?


You say that as if its a bad thing... Why should people look at the human body or the natural act of sexual intercourse as if its some shameful thing?



Sex and the human body are not shameful. That has nothing to do with saying they should be private.
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mhibicke wrote:


DetectiveAlex wrote:

I agree with you, but lets be honest for a second. Do people treat breasts like they're not sexual, err, don't want to say objects but it's the best word I can find. Say woman were allowed to walk around topless as men are. Can we honestly say that we'd get no negative ramifications?


In some places women aren't allowed to show their hair in public because it is considered sexy and immodest, but that doesn't make their scalps sex organs. The fact is that in many places in the US women ARE legally allowed to walk around as topless as men do, and yet we rarely see hordes of women getting their tits out to cause traffic jams and other civil disruptions. We don't wrap up our girls because we are made to, but because it's easier for us, so what's the point of making it illegal?

This stupid law is all about "cleaning up" the strip joints. I say leave the pole dancers alone! Not only does pasty tape look bad, but it tears the top layer of skin off your nipples and leaves them chapped and rough. After putting in a full 40 hour week, their nipples can even scab and peel. That's just a mean thing to do to a girl.


Then she shouldn't pole dance!
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Spazticus wrote:


DetectiveAlex wrote:


Spazticus wrote:

It's a waste of taxpayer funding, and yet another wasteful attempt to legislate morality. This legislation isn't "protecting" anyone. Yes, the GOP is in favor of a government so small, it can arrest a woman for a tiny bit of areola showing, determine which sexual acts between consenting adults are legal, and whether or not it is illegal for those consenting adults to be of the same gender, while in the privacy of their own home.

Then again, since the Texas GOP have as part of their 2012 education platform that they are against the teaching of critical thinking, this sort of behavior should surprise absolutely nobody.


@bold

Wait, what? Seriously?



Yes, seriously.


Knowledge-Based Education – We oppose the teaching of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) (values clarification), critical thinking skills and similar programs that are simply a relabeling of Outcome-Based Education (OBE) (mastery learning) which focus on behavior modification and have the purpose of challenging the student’s fixed beliefs and undermining parental authority.


http://www.iheartchaos.com/post/41568393667/texas-school-board-goes-full-on-retard-rejects


High School isn't about critical thinking, that's college's purpose.
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Posted 2/20/13

The_Libertarian_Otaku wrote:

He's anti-woman. Typical Southern Republicant.

This taboo has to end.


You assume too much. Rayne Brown is female.
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Posted 2/20/13

lorddisick wrote:



How is two sacs of fat on my chest a sexual organ?


While they do not, in fact serve a purpose in sex, they also are concurrently sexualized in U.S. culture. Requiring underwear or pasties is not any more restrictive than having to wear a seat belt. Not too difficult.
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Posted 2/20/13

ChinaCat89 wrote:

Our law makers seem to have a thing for creating legislation that tells women what they can and can't do with their bodies.


Like stabbing people.
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jtjumper wrote:


CLarose wrote:


cheapshotfail wrote:

I thought public nudity was already illegal.

I support the idea, however there is a time and a place for everything. I don't have a problem with nude beaches, or breast feeding, but walking around topless isn't just affecting you, but everyone around you as well. If someone wants to do that in private or in a decent way, fine. People are already being desensitized to sex and the human body, the last thing we need is our children seeing oppai their whole lives.

For guys, it's a chest. For women, it's a sexual organ. Would you walk around bottomless?


You say that as if its a bad thing... Why should people look at the human body or the natural act of sexual intercourse as if its some shameful thing?



Sex and the human body are not shameful. That has nothing to do with saying they should be private.


So then why should nudity be private?

"If someone wants to do that in private or in a decent way, fine. People are already being desensitized to sex and the human body, the last thing we need is our children seeing oppai their whole lives."

These statements lead me to believe that this guy is saying that nakedness is not decent, or shameful and children being exposed to a naked human body is wrong in some way as if we as humans need to be sensitive about our natural behaviour. Whats really wrong is how people think sheilding children from reality is going to help them somehow. Its no wonder there are so many misinformed and uninformed people running around.
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jtjumper wrote:

Then she shouldn't pole dance!

That is totally not your decision to make. To butcher a quote, if she's not f*cking you, it's none of your business.

This is America, where we have the freedom of expression. Which, by the way, is also what protects your religious ideals. If you want to live in a fundamentalist nation that doesn't allow freedom of expression, move to Iran.

As for me, I think the first I'd Really Rather You Didn't sums it up pretty well.

1. I’d Really Rather You Didn’t Act Like A Sanctimonious Holier-Than-Thou Ass...
(for more on this you can refer to The Eight I'd Really Rather You Didn'ts)
http://fsm-consortium.com/more-info-on-the-cofsm/the-eight-id-really-rather-you-didnts/
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Posted 2/20/13

jtjumper wrote:
Requiring underwear or pasties is not any more restrictive than having to wear a seat belt. Not too difficult.


Sorry for not including this in my earlier quote, but how often do you wear pasties? Hopefully as often as you wear your seat belt, or you wouldn't be speaking from a position of authority, would you?
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Posted 2/20/13

jtjumper wrote:


ChinaCat89 wrote:

Our law makers seem to have a thing for creating legislation that tells women what they can and can't do with their bodies.


Like stabbing people.


I wasn't specifically referring to abortion, I was thinking more towards things such as laws that try to ban contraception and breastfeeding in public.
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Posted 2/20/13

Lisu wrote:

I would laugh if that picture got removed because the girl is 100% perfectly covered up. Nothing "illegal" showing.

Time to laugh. Removed and moderated. I commented in an edit, for all the good that will do.
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Posted 2/20/13

jtjumper wrote:


The_Libertarian_Otaku wrote:

He's anti-woman. Typical Southern Republicant.

This taboo has to end.


You assume too much. Rayne Brown is female.


She's an anti-woman Aunt Jemima.

There are no girls on the Internet.
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