Four things come to my mind when I see a lady dressed provocatively. She is either an exhibitionist, a flesh peddler, insecure or has self esteem issues and in most cases, it IS one of the four!
I wouldn’t mind if my woman accentuated her boobies and shove her cleavage in my face to near suffocation on the first date to entice me. But if she’s got those knockers displayed for the world to admire every time she is out, then she is addicted to advertising herself. And there will be buyers someday. And if you ask me, that’s not a comfortable feeling to live with. I strongly believe a woman who dresses trashy when she actually isn’t trash is guilty of false advertising. Such provocative attire is simply a gross misrepresentation of intent and it has negative physiological effects on a man, especially if his girlfriend catches him leering.
These false advisertisers claim that they aren’t out to fish men or hurt them by displaying thighs and cleavage - that men are just collateral damage; that their prime targets are the women. Really? It’s common today for a woman to dress up in micro-mini skirt to draw attention to herself at the workplace. While this action may make her feel more confident about herself it will also significantly take away any real talent or skill she may have to contribute to the work environment.
Whether it’s fair or unfair, men will view her as an object of attraction, and this is enough to cause damage to her career. This behavior only suggests the need to feel attractive rather than the desire to succeed at work. I believe getting noticed for a real achievement is far more rewarding than getting a stare from the married boss down the hall who will only see you as a sexy woman in a short skirt. If you didn’t know, when most men see women dressed so inappropriately, (no matter how respectable, loaded or intelligent she is) they will flirt with her but they will never respect her even if they wanted to.
It’s like those annoying girls in high school who constanly seek compliments from guys by putting on skimpy attires and loads of make-up. Much as I can put up with this character at the work place or anywhere else; she is not the type I want to call my own. This is not the kind of girl I can take home to my parents.