To flaunt or not to flaunt?

It is hot and it seems to be an opportune time for nymphets of all creeds to dress skimpily… and make tongues wag.
Modesty is “passé” and the general idea of this seasonal ritual seems to be “Make them stop and stare.”

Wrong outfit!

I have no problem with this. I am an atheist who has abjured political correctness and I am entitled to think and say anything I want. This also gives me license to check out any woman without fearing any divine retribution.

“Just because I’m flaunting it doesn’t mean you can stare for hours on end. A polite ogle is appreciated and suitable for a flaunt. Slobbering is not.” Katie MacAlister

Absolutely! But it is not always easy. Despite your best efforts it is sometimes difficult to look away… the flesh is weak, and I have so little willpower.

Life is not fair. I have tried for years to make you aware of this.
Pretty girls can wear any ridiculous outfit and still look cute. Girls deviating from the classical canons of beauty can’t. If they do, they will trigger mockery.

Every girl likes to be noticed… To look hot.  I understand that. But she should not be singled out for the wrong reasons.
All living creature tries to look their best. But as a woman, you won’t look your best if you pick the wrong outfit. If Beyoncé, Taylor Swift or Cristiano Ronaldo look good in a tight-fitting costume, it does not mean that you will also look smashing while wearing the same garb.

Your clothes should be tight enough to show you’re a woman, but loose enough to show you’re a lady. Marilyn Monroe

Anybody has the right to wear anything they please, but this does not mean that you should. Baryshnikov looks good in dancing tights, but I would look absolutely ridiculous in yoga pants… and I know it. Consequently, given the less than perfect shape of my anatomy, I refrain from wearing what looks good on ballet dancers.

Generally speaking, when glancing at people, you are not looking at the body itself, but at the way it is packaged. A gift will always look better when wrapped with pretty paper, and so will you.
To look your best, dress according to your body shape, and not by what you see in glamour magazines.

“Sexy is not always about boobs or butts. It is the way you walk, the way you talk and the way you think.”



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