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Old 02-23-2005, 09:36 PM   #16
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Old 02-23-2005, 09:38 PM   #17
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I wonder if the pope would find this worthy of the "ideology of evil"
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Old 02-23-2005, 09:44 PM   #18
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I wonder if the pope would find this worthy of the "ideology of evil"
Probably not, unless of course they are an "unnatural perversion of nature".
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Old 02-23-2005, 09:53 PM   #19
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I wonder if the pope would find this worthy of the "ideology of evil"
I think so.
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Old 02-23-2005, 11:40 PM   #21
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I especially don't care for those religious people.
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His argument seemed to be that women's breasts might incite men to harass or molest the offending 34Cs and their owner. That indeed would be a terrible consequence, but I propose that the burden of fault would then lay with the attacker, not the attacked.

The other argument I hear frequently raised on this issue is that of offending others. First, let me state that anyone who listens to a baby scream for a half-hour in a restaurant will begin to beg that its mother put something in its mouth. That aside, never once in my 23 years have I heard tell of a breast that swore, made a derogatory remark about another person, or forcibly caused someone else to look at it. My mouth can (and has) done most of those things, and I am very careful to watch my tongue around those who would be offended. My job on earth is not to see how many people I can infuriate, but I didn't cultivate my breasts on purpose; they just grew there. I didn't have any say in it, yet I am told they may cause offense. Well, heaven forbid. Then I should cover them. Cover my breasts, my legs, my mouth and my ankles, because during the Renaissance those could throw men into a fever pitch – cover up any part of me that could possibly offend anyone or push anyone into an apoplectic fit of lust.
...thank you, thank you, THANK YOU. My sentiments exactly. I personally have no desire to parade around town with next to no clothing, but I do not for the life of me understand why in the world it's such a bad thing if other women want to do so. It's a human body. Nothing more, nothing less. I would go on, but this quoted part of the article pretty much summed it all up.

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No thanks, walking around with no support isn't going to do my breasts any favours,
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This law was passed in Ontario almost 10 years ago

http://www.legalfreedom.com/topfree/

" In 1996 the Province of Ontario, Canada's most populous provice, became legally topfree due to a criminal court challenge by Gwen Jacob. Because the highest court in Ontario was interpreting a Canadian federal law, this case has set an important precedent for all of the other provinces in Canada. Attempts to change the law to re-criminalize women have not been supported by Canadian voters."

I have seen very few women exercise their rights, but it is nice to know that we can if we choose to.
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I know this is kinda off topic, but did anyone recently read about the restaurant (in NYC I think) where you eat nude? I'm sorry, but there are some places I do not want to see naked people. Hopefully the chefs aren't nude also.
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...thank you, thank you, THANK YOU. My sentiments exactly. I personally have no desire to parade around town with next to no clothing, but I do not for the life of me understand why in the world it's such a bad thing if other women want to do so. It's a human body. Nothing more, nothing less. I would go on, but this quoted part of the article pretty much summed it all up.

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...thank you, thank you, THANK YOU. My sentiments exactly. I personally have no desire to parade around town with next to no clothing, but I do not for the life of me understand why in the world it's such a bad thing if other women want to do so. It's a human body. Nothing more, nothing less. I would go on, but this quoted part of the article pretty much summed it all up.

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You see no consequences if this were permitted, even in a high school?
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What about a high school teacher?
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