Why is it socially acceptable -- nay, required -- for women to show off more flesh than men?
And we're not talking about casual settings here, but the BUSINESS WORLD -- where women profess to be interchangeable with men.
If they are so capable, and interchangeable, then how come they act as if they are only sex objects? There seems to be a double-standard as to what constitutes professional attire.
If women REALLY believed they were equal to men, they would dress with just as much modesty as men. They wouldn't necessarily have to keep to the same styles, but they would have to have an equally "professional" bearing in their dress. Some militant feminists DO dress like that -- and I must say, they are at least being consistent with their beliefs.
I can't go into a professional environment with half of my chest showing, or my shoulders, or most of my legs. But women do it all the time.
In a professional environment, the body shouldn't be on display. Period. Just the parts that show when you're wearing PROFESSIONAL attire -- your face, hands, neck (above the shoulders) -- you know, the stuff that MEN show off in the professional world. Yes, I know that's not very much.
Here are two examples of what I'm talking about: