The debate "A girl should always wear decent clothes." was started by
March 4, 2015, 12:32 pm.
By the way, yg is disagreeing with this statement.
15 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 22 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
PsychDave posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
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taigaaisaka, wmd, mdavis1309, PsychDave, Raydiff3r, LeaderOfDiscussion, Kirito, Noel, llthslvtr and 6 visitors agree.
yg, Mrcolaman, Carina, Vivinary, Deseutsch, liamjosephcash, I_Voyager, Blindness, Hjkp98, elisete, stantinou93, tyler0300 and 10 visitors disagree.
We all wear clothes and we all form opinions and we all experience socialization. But that doesn't mean the idea of wearing prefered clothes always originates from rhetoric. There is evidence of make-up use from earlier than human homo species and jewelry from neolithic time. And all life presents itself in a certain way to look more decent to breed. So it is likely the tendancy form standards is natural. The standards themselves are a socialization. As a metalhead, I wear band-shirts, a simple ring and a thors hammer. I don't have an external fashion expectation for other people. But most people are more socially dependant than I and there is a web of social expectation emerging from that. If you don't like it, don't follow it. But don't crusade against human nature. Just be and be healthy.
but who is the creator of these "guidelines" or rather who gets to create these ? rhetorically speaking, however advanced or modernised we may become these societal norms are so deeply entrenched within one's self that somehow we all believe in it, to some extent at least.
Girls should wear decent clothes. Boys should wear decent clothes. Everyone should wear decent clothes. The definition of what is decent is up for debate, but there is a very good reason people can't walk around naked. If not, indecent exposure would not be a crime.
I don't feel that I have the right to tell anyone what they can and can't wear, but from a legal standpoint there are guidelines about what is and is not appropriate to be shown in public.
precisely. so to say that every girl has her own definition of the term "decent". why must anyone be affected by what she wears.
1. No one has the same opinion about what "decent" means and
2. A girl should wear whatever she wants as long as she feels good and confident about herself.