Nude-ness :(

I kinda agree with you here, it is so unnessisary. If you are wearing trousers and think you could get away with that, fine... no-one else is really going to be exposed to that. With ANY skirts I think it's a no-no... what happens if it is a really windy day and the wind blows your skirt up? No-one wants to see your full-moon (bum) and va-jay-jay (a girl I know uses that as a euphemism for a woman's hoo-haa lol which I think is kinda funny)

I know there are people that like the feeling of being liberated but there are specialist nudist beaches and nudist hotel resorts etc. But there's a certain ime and place to do that, not in broad daylight in a person's normal day to day activity with a mini skirt on.

Other people will have varied opinions, which I will accept and love to hear.

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37 replies since 29th June 2010 • Last reply 29th June 2010

all I can say is ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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YEP PRETTY GROSS

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Yeah, that's just tacky. And really bad manners. The big thing there, is that she thought no one would notice, or no one would care. My girlfriend was at my apartment, back last end of summer/beginning of fall, and I handed her a pair of pants my ex-roomie left, that i thought would fit her. Since we were just 3 girls there, who'd known each other 12-13 years, I just assumed she'd shuck her skirt and try them on. She always wears what we call 'gypsy skirts', some people call them hippie skirts or broomstick skirts, they're ankle-floor length, and crinkly. Anyway, she says, "Well, uh, I don't wear underwear, ever, so I'll just go to the bathroom to try these on, I doubt y'all want to see my junk." Again, like we'd care, really, but at least she was honest, and modest about it. The weird thing about that, in my opinion, is that her excuse for never wearing underwear anymore is she's married. Well, she and her husband were separated, at that time, and he was even in another state! So why, pray tell would you want to run around with no undies on for THAT reason, if you aren't even with your husband? It made me think(and I later found out I was right), that she was thinking of herself as 'sort of' single. And also, my answer to that reasoning is...I was married for a while, and didn't stop wearing underpants, nor have I stopped since living with my fiance. Of course, her parents used to be real hippies, so maybe she was just raised weird. The women in my family are modest, and we were taught to be that way, because it's frigging polite.

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Hmmm, never, ever in public!! It's just wrong... However, in a gypsy skirt in my garden? I have no issues with that when it's just me and Nick at home but NEVER when there's other people round... I'm too proud to go flashing my friends or family, let alone strangers... whilst riding a bike... ARGH! Happy

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Also... arse cracks and thongs on show are a mega no-no for me... why in hell would I want to see another woman's bum cleavage and string?? oh god *DIES* especially, especially NOT IN THE OFFICE!!

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I understand that if you're with your girls changing in front of them is alright,
but i was raised in a pretty modest household and so even when my girls change in front of me i HAVE TO LOOK DOWN
i just cant look up, because I GET SHY :$
LOL. but i rreally dont care what you do at home, but please in public can you wear something that covers your junk? is it SO hard to ask?


And btw, i ADORE those "gypsy" skirts, they're AWESOME. they were in style a few years ago, and i own a nice white one Happy
I haven't worn it in ages, you reminded me that i need to do somethign to spice it up..


I smell a new DIY project coming Happy

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<RANT> I find it really uncomfortable to go knicker-less but that might be just me. I find g-strings really uncomfortable too. Give me my frilly frenchies and I'm happy Happy

Man that would be so awkward seeing someone's bits and pieces right out there in public. I mean, I grew up in the theatre, so I have pretty much no shame when it comes to people seeing me in my knickers (quick changes backstage, and you don't have time for the luxury of privacy), but I do know that other people aren't as comfortable with bare bodies as I am. For that reason I don't just get changed in front of people that I don't KNOW to be comfortable with it. I think it's really rude to go out and flash your bits like that in public. I agree that the human body is a natural thing and people SHOULD be comfortable with it being shown, but flashing your junk isn't going to make people comfortable. It's going to freak them out and piss them off. Plus it's a bit sexist really. I mean, I bet people are a lot more lenient in attitude towards that woman than if it was a guy flashing HIS bits while riding past kids.

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Ugh.
Theres a girl like that on my bus, she's 13. At one point on the bus, I could see all of her bra, most of her stomach (shes uh kinda fat) and all of her undies.. that were kinda see through.
I hate hate hate people like that.

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oh yeah, ewww

but I think everyone should cover up.

I get that you are comfy with your body, but we really don't want to see it

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It's a bit of a different thing when you're at home kinda chilling out. I typically don't wear a bra when I am at home (purely for comfort reasons) so I can understand that, you aren't going out in public flashing your arse, if the wind was to blow up your skirt at home it would only be you or your partner (just beware of nosy neighbours lol). I would be wary of going commando even in a gypsy skirt, I've done it once with trousers and I didn't like it then, but at least there is something more safe about trousers they are more secure lol.

Changing in front of friends is a whole different thing, I personally try not to for the simple reason that I'm a big girl and I feel uncomfortable with my own body although I have done before (unless I'm in a changing room with the only friend that is a big girl like me) but I have no problem if my friends wanted to change in front of me, there's nothing I haven't got or haven't seen before...

Melvin - Eeewww that really is gross, without seeming to be horrible but larger people - including myself & I do - should take more concern to cover themselves up, we don't really have the body to flaunt and see-through is a big no-no. She should have had a top underneath that would have looked MUCH better. And this includes men as well as women, fat men seem to have more acceptance into society then fat women (or is it just me)?

Ok I'm going off topic but comando IN PUBLIC is a big no-no from me.

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Fat men are more accepted.. hmmm..
Yeah, commando in public should be a big no no for everyone.
Im a bigger girl too. Im really self concious changing infront of people. I have to have known them for ages and trust them very much. But still, I ALWAYS turn away from someone getting changed or if I am. I dont know if you find this weird or something, but I think I could change in front of male friends, just as the female ones. But.. thats just me, I treat them as equals.

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I don't have many male friends, the males friends I do have I'm not as close to as my best friends, I think that would be why I felt weird changing in front of them, but I'd like to think if I had a best mate that was a guy that I'd be ok. Knowing me though I probably wouldn't be ok undressing in front of a make best friend because I'm so self conscious about myself. But I don't find your idea totally weird at all.

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There are nudist beaches for such things!

That kinda behaviour isn't so much being liberated as just not caring about other people's feelings.

People should do what they want to do... provided it doesn't hurt or upset others, too often people forget the second half of that statement.

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Squizita ~ People should do what they want to do... provided it doesn't hurt or upset others, too often people forget the second half of that statement.

You're spot on.

If you don't want to wear knickers then ok, but not if others are able to know/see!

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