posted on Apr, 3 2014 @ 05:05 PM
reply to post by WhiteAlice
On the days where I do decide to wear a mini, tights and my big black buckled boots, I'm not wearing those things to make you think I'm cute.
If you do it in minus 30...I might wonder exactly what the intentions are...hopefully you see my point.
Thats the difference between men and women,I would never freeze to look great,screw everyone...a big parka and snowpants it is.
Women will wear bad shoes that make their feet hurt and freeze their asses off....the reason,not sure yet,still trying to figure that out.
I'm a man....take it as it is.
Men and women...that should be the thing we should be REALLY trying to figure out.....screw conspiracies.
It never gets to be minus 30 where I live so yeah, can't answer that one. Some people are what are called "polar bears". I see men running around
in shorts during freezing temps locally. Not everybody is as sensitive to the cold as one might think. While personally I'd think wearing a
miniskirt in minus 30 would be insane, somebody else might actually be able to do it. If they can endure it, I also think they should see if they can
join the special forces, lol.
My point is this, not every woman dressing up is doing so to please others. A lot of times, women wear what they wear because it makes them feel like
they look good and feeling like they look good boosts their self esteem. That's all inward driven things. When I was younger, my favorite outfit
was a beautiful mini sweater dress coupled with thigh high boots. I loved how it looked on me. I went to the mall with my mother one time while
wearing it and was startled when my mother started quietly raging at men looking at me a little too long. I hadn't even noticed it.
outfit was something I wore to get men to notice me, then don't you think I would've registered that it was working?
Among my friends, I'm notorious for walking through the world with blinders on when it comes to male attention. I literally don't see it and
honestly, don't care to.