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Originally posted by midniteracerx
reply to post by hotbakedtater
I don't think women truly understand the power a little cleavage has over a man. They're like 2 strong magnets and our eyes are made of metal. We can't help but look even if we're gentlemen, which I am.
Originally posted by Annee
Yes! They do. Its like a game - - and EVERY woman knows the game.
Any woman who claims otherwise - - is in denial by choice - - not because she doesn't know. She KNOWS!
Originally posted by janon
Again, what your "gentlemen" say about you and your female co-workers behind your back would surprise you.
Originally posted by ImaginaryReality1984
Originally posted by oniris
reply to post by ImaginaryReality1984
hehehe, I'm a male, and no, I'm not in any way affiliated with the feminist movement. I do think that someone being offended or obfuscated by cleavage have some guilt issues to deal with
Yes they probably do however understand that it is not offense that is the issue here. To me this is simply a matter of professionalism and equality. In the workplace men are expected to dress a certain way, women should expect the exact same treatment, if they want special treatment then they are no longer arguing for equality. I like cleavage, most men like cleavage but a job is about working, not showing things off to try and get attention.
Originally posted by kalisdad
. . . but again, being told what is and isn't approriate in the workplace is the decision of the company owners... if you as the employee do not agree with their policies, find another job that is more suitable to the way you want to dress . . .