The debate "If women really want to be equal to men they need to not wear bras and go shirtless" was started by
October 14, 2015, 1:39 pm.
17 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 32 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.
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Women are anatomically different than men
Equality means that they have the right to do what they like to do just like men do.
However wearing a bra is not to be comfort it is about supporting your body and also it avoids some unnecessary disturbance.
Realistically, having the right to go topless if they choose to is equality. Whether that right is exercised depends on the person. Women do not NEED to go topless to be equal to men, but they do have to have equal right to decide if they want to.
But you wouldn't want to do it in January.
in Canada being topless is legal for a woman
I think it's unfair that women would get arrested for being half naked but I see loads of half naked men in the street in summer!
Um... The breasts are like sexual imagery in most cultures. and most men would be very ...ahem... uncomfortable... if women didn't wear bras and went shirtless. plus, that would not be making is equal in any way. Equality is about the pay gap and other actual important stuff.
this in no way would make us equal to men...honestly I don't want to be equal to men