There’s a joke I can’t fully remember about a lady calling the cops because her neighbor is naked in his yard all the time and she thinks its indecent. The cops come, can’t see into the yard. She says “no, you have to look out my window!” But In My Head I’m Gardening T-Shirt look out the window, don’t see anything. The woman says “no, you have to stand on the dresser to get a good look at him!” he is the UK which is significantly less accepting of being topless than the rest of Europe. Only men are topless on beaches in the UK. But yes I do agree the neighbor was rude, especially as he couldn’t see anything, just her back.
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Are you sure that it’s illegal to glance at someone who is in their back yard, in a place But In My Head I’m Gardening T-Shirt they are visible to other people? If I’m walking down a street with houses on both sides, do I have to look down all the time so that I don’t accidentally break the law by seeing someone who is standing in their yard? If you are actively going out of your way to staring at someone naked in the privacy of their own home, be it in their backyard or their room, and then to comment on their “big tits”, then yes. If you were to accidentally see something and quickly look away and continue about your day, then no. I’d also get myself a thong or other skimpy bottom. Of course, I don’t care if people see me. They’re just breasts, and guys get to go shirtless all the time.
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I can’t imagine being constantly blamed for another man’s inability to control his horniness. I just straight-up can’t. Society constantly gives me the impression that having boobs is a huge inconvenience, but I can’t help but feel like it’s only that way because guys made it that way. Yes! I’m so sick of guys going around with everything hanging out (and frankly, I don’t care if they do) and when women do it, it’s a huge controversy! I want to hang out, too! We learn very But In My Head I’m Gardening T-Shirt we are solely responsible for how boys/men react to us. I remember getting sent home in kindergarten on a very, very hot day in Miami… I had worn a shirt without sleeves. Just like a muscle shirt, nothing skimpy as I was FIVE YEARS OLD. I remember this day because the boys who wore similar shirts did not get sent home—I was sent home because I was “distracting the learning environment” or some such nonsense. This situation repeats itself several times a year until I end up in a school with uniforms.