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  1. #1 I am strongly against man being topless. 
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    I know many men being topless around swimpools and some other environments. But man being topless could create sexual image just like those women being. Some men nipples are the most sensitive part. And if a man with very attractive nipples, girls would concentrate on him and that will not be appropriate if some kids are there. So I think unless there is no kid in a place. Swim pool, sometimes to me, looks like a place where prons are for. So I suggest the laws of man being topless can be changed.


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    Are you actually serious? In Victorian England piano legs were (allegedly) surrounded by fabric, lest the shapeleness remind the gentlemen of the shape of the female leg. Your suggestion has about the same merit.
    You may wish to consider (if you really are serious) the possibility that you are sexually repressed. On the other hand you might consider that a one-time geologist would know damn all about pschology and just choose to ignore me.
    I hope you wont be put off by the fact that, in honour of your post, I have just removed my shirt. Hmmm. You were right about the nipples.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ophiolite
    Are you actually serious? In Victorian England piano legs were (allegedly) surrounded by fabric, lest the shapeleness remind the gentlemen of the shape of the female leg. Your suggestion has about the same merit.
    You may wish to consider (if you really are serious) the possibility that you are sexually repressed. On the other hand you might consider that a one-time geologist would know damn all about pschology and just choose to ignore me.
    I hope you wont be put off by the fact that, in honour of your post, I have just removed my shirt. Hmmm. You were right about the nipples.
    so when you touch your nipples, did your penis get hard?
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    hihi oh well

    I guess you do have a point, I mean what's the big difference between female and male eh breasts. One is bigger than the other, but that's all. So yes, it's very inconsistent that women can't walk topless in a lot of places while men can.

    But then again, should we start wearing divingsuits? 'cos I don't know how else to cover my eh 'male breasts' (no they're not big, just some muscles :wink: )
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    don't be stupid. ts no different, and you knwo that its almost acceptable for women to wear no top...

    they are showing more and more, if you will, so it will soon be acceptable in socity
    (editid becasue i forgot what i was talking bout and tryed a new topic!!!)
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    Frontal nudity is not sexy, they say. The female body is so beautiful, rather than profane that they require it to be covered up, so they can unleash their pittiful minds, rather than enjoy beauty directly. If not with bra's, narrow-mindedness will manifest itself in other methods.

    That said, I'm hardly about to force men to wear clothing accross their chests. You find that offensive? Well, that's the beauty of freedom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HomoUniversalis
    Frontal nudity is not sexy, they say.
    That rather depends on who is frontally nude.
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    Frontal nudity is not sexy, they say.
    funny , last friday i was asked by this girl (with a very nice front) what is it about guys that like frontal nuidity, and i had to say i didn't know, because i don't see how its sexy, i prefer other parts.. (enough)

    girls say they don't understand.... i don't think fronts are that great.... and other guys my age, cannot seem to get enought of saying.... (and im only repeating it so i can demonstrate how stupid they are.. sometimes) " wow look at the *insert word suitable for country folk to describe a girls lady lumps* on her..."

    require it to be covered up, so they can unleash their pittiful minds
    is that like , becasue we cant have it/see it when ever we want... we want it more?

    its been like this for decades though, just look at the old english style!

    in saying that.. one of my best lines is ... " wow, you have the nicest pair *-insert sly/sexy smile followed by a quick pause , long enough for her to get it... and short enough before you get a smack before you finish-* of eyes i have ever seen". It breaks the ice, by making her laugh( if she dosnt find it funny, i wouldnt go for her... i like a sense of humour) getting her to say something back, and slipping in a very nice compliment in the process.....
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    I tried the last technique once, many years ago. She set her lovely pair of Dobermans on me before I could deliver the punch line.
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    lol - I've been suspecting it but unsure - I've officially decided pshuang is just a troll now. A pretty good one at that!
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    Would u say people that are offended by the naked human body are people that have issues about their own body? They might of been brought up that way, which I find a shame. I think there is nothing wrong with nakedness, it doesn't have to b sexual, I wish that more people would be fine with it. Maybe that way there might be less people doing bad things just to get "a peek" or worse, if you know what I mean.
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    It could well be that religions provide moral codes or formulas because such codes or sayings are useful to the peace, wellbeing and harmony of a society.

    I don't see the concept of "sin" as having any value, but even most atheists like myself recognize the value of a generally-agreed upon moral system. (Although one not so obsolete as the Christian-Muslim-Jewish ones).

    Bodily modesty is one moral prerogative that has been around a long time. If you look back into world history and trace the rise and fall cycle each has gone thru, you find that often, there is a general loosening of moral restraints. It is perhaps not a coincidence that it occurs late, and soon after the civilization sinks behind the advances of some other society.

    There could be good reasons for the bodily modesty doctrine. With us men, the more women are teasingly, reveallingy dressed, the more we are erotically stimulated. It is a constant stimulation which advertisers make use of. It can fill up your computer, too---keeping you distracted. It can become so associated with your computer, even, that you become stimulated just thinking of the computer itself!

    Personally, I don't think being revved up by alcohol, drugs, flattery, Las Vegas gambling, and/or either public soft porn or private hard core is any means to happiness, or a good thing for a society. If we feel stressed out, rootless and our lives meaningless, it is no wonder we hate society, but we ARE society, and how we behave is what society is.

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    What was the subject of this thread again?
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    Its no wonder you ask!! It started out in an attempt to show that the old Christian-biblical moral code is so old it does not cover many of the moral needs of a modern society. To that end, I listed a number of moral prerogatives which could, theoretically, serve a new (and better) society.

    THEN, someone came up with the suggesting that men's nipples are erotic and should be covered! I don't think anyone is sure whether that was intended as a joke or whether he really meant it!

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