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Originally posted by optimus primal
reply to post by Aeons
actually, i wasn't speaking specifically to you. the parts where i'm saying you, are in general towards all women. dont flatter yourself. i have no clue what you look like nor any desire to know. and i don't mean that in a mean way.
Originally posted by harrytuttle
One of our clients is a manager at a public utility, she's a mom, but she's smokin' hot. She always wears sexy outfits and has an amazing figure.
To be honest, it's a total distraction, and I feel it's unprofessional. That would be like some Tall-Dark-and-Handsome man walking into an office full of females, and he's wearing some really suave/dapper outfit - productivity in the office drops fast.
Don't get me wrong, my primeval male eyes like it, but my modern inner professional doesn't.
edit on 16-12-2010 by harrytuttle because: (no reason given)
On the serious side, this really should be a non-issue. People should be allowed to wear whatever they damn well please as long as a) They're not wearing nothing but leather tangas or BDSM-outfits at work, and b) They do their job well. Politicians love to brag about how we live in a free and open society. I think that should be true in the workplace dress code department as well. Let's try and show a bit of openness here. To each their own, as they say. As long as you're comfortable in what you're wearing, you do a better job - and as long as that's the case, then it's all fine. In my opinion.
I personally am just debating a topic, my personal work situation is not uo for debate. But I don't see the mockery with my thread. Would you mind explaining how this is mocking mens sexual natures?
Originally posted by Ausar
this thread is a mockery to mens sexual natures.
if you feel oppressed go find a job where there are not men that are interested in seeing your cleavage if you feel it is necessary to feel comfortable at work wearing revealing clothes. im sure you wouldnt find oppression in such an environment.