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Common.Sense40 m ago

Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!In …Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!In the age of "equalty" and wanting the same pay and treatment as men (which is correct) why do employers allow women to wear skirts and dresses? They should be forced to wear the same as men. Suits and a tie and no make up.Why do girls wear a tie at school (no makeup allowed) and then not as adults (then wear makeup)?


Cause women look attractive in them, men look stupid
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Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!

In the age of "equalty" and wanting the same pay and treatment as men (which is correct) why do employers allow women to wear skirts and dresses? They should be forced to wear the same as men. Suits and a tie and no make up.
Why do girls wear a tie at school (no makeup allowed) and then not as adults (then wear makeup)?
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 31st Mar
Common.Sense40 m ago

Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!In …Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!In the age of "equalty" and wanting the same pay and treatment as men (which is correct) why do employers allow women to wear skirts and dresses? They should be forced to wear the same as men. Suits and a tie and no make up.Why do girls wear a tie at school (no makeup allowed) and then not as adults (then wear makeup)?


Cause women look attractive in them, men look stupid
Common.Sense48 m ago

Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!


It's only a guess at a statistic, but I'd say 99.999% of dresses are worn by women. Would have thought that was obvious and absolutely nothing to do with equality.

For those 99.999% of potential customers, I'd also hazard a guess that it is easier to find what they are after if the section is labelled "Womens". As it has been done for many, many years without an eyelid being batter.
UltimatePhoenix2 h, 45 m ago

Cause women look attractive in them, men look stupid


Love this =) might be very narrow minded but I totally agree. If my husband turned up with a dress and his builders boots on I would chuck him the divorce!!
notforyoureyes4 m ago

Love this =) might be very narrow minded but I totally agree. If my …Love this =) might be very narrow minded but I totally agree. If my husband turned up with a dress and his builders boots on I would chuck him the divorce!!


Id like to hope my wife would to, if she accepted it I'd be throwing her the divorce
UltimatePhoenix7 m ago

Id like to hope my wife would to, if she accepted it I'd be throwing her …Id like to hope my wife would to, if she accepted it I'd be throwing her the divorce



This made me laugh =D I am sure she is a clever lady!
Common.Sense4 h, 11 m ago

Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!In …Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!In the age of "equalty" and wanting the same pay and treatment as men (which is correct) why do employers allow women to wear skirts and dresses? They should be forced to wear the same as men. Suits and a tie and no make up.Why do girls wear a tie at school (no makeup allowed) and then not as adults (then wear makeup)?


Or, men should wear makeup
UltimatePhoenix3 h, 34 m ago

Cause women look attractive in them, men look stupid


Do women look stupid in trousers? Did they 50 years ago? May be they did until they fought for the right!

So it it about them looking like sex objects, which many claim they are not (but we know they are).

I think with the #metoo the employers need to take action.
1. No makeup.
2. No cleavage shown
3. No skirts or dresses.
4. No sleeveless tops.
5. Must wear trousers, jacket and blouse, with no more than the top button undone.
6. No high heal shoes.

This is the same dress code as for men. Women demand equality. Give it them!
One cannot have their cake and eat it.

How many women would give up their job if they were not allowed to look like sex objects?
Common.Sense5 h, 20 m ago

Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!In …Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!In the age of "equalty" and wanting the same pay and treatment as men (which is correct) why do employers allow women to wear skirts and dresses? They should be forced to wear the same as men. Suits and a tie and no make up.Why do girls wear a tie at school (no makeup allowed) and then not as adults (then wear makeup)?


Its inequality if the men aren't allowed to wear skirts, make up and dresses (they probably are) or if the women arent allowed to wear a suit and make up (they probably are) having options where most men/women tend to pick one in particular (usually based on gender) isnt inequality, its choice. If you are a bloke, wear a dress to work Tuesday and if you get sent home kick off. Otherwise I dont really see what you are moaning about.
Common.Sense1 h, 58 m ago

Do women look stupid in trousers? Did they 50 years ago? May be they did …Do women look stupid in trousers? Did they 50 years ago? May be they did until they fought for the right!So it it about them looking like sex objects, which many claim they are not (but we know they are).I think with the #metoo the employers need to take action.1. No makeup.2. No cleavage shown3. No skirts or dresses.4. No sleeveless tops.5. Must wear trousers, jacket and blouse, with no more than the top button undone.6. No high heal shoes.This is the same dress code as for men. Women demand equality. Give it them!One cannot have their cake and eat it.How many women would give up their job if they were not allowed to look like sex objects?


Women look good in trousers if they dont have a long top
And its nothin about sex objects, as a man we find opposite sex attractive and the rear is a top attraction, women see that in men too, think you gone overboard with a deal about a dress, nothin about equality, men wear MEN cloths women wear WOMEN clothes
Fabrics to be worn by humans - that’s the top and bottom of this discussion. Thanks OP.
eric_l_uk3 h, 21 m ago

Its inequality if the men aren't allowed to wear skirts, make up and …Its inequality if the men aren't allowed to wear skirts, make up and dresses (they probably are) or if the women arent allowed to wear a suit and make up (they probably are) having options where most men/women tend to pick one in particular (usually based on gender) isnt inequality, its choice. If you are a bloke, wear a dress to work Tuesday and if you get sent home kick off. Otherwise I dont really see what you are moaning about.



Most dress polices of professional companies are clear. Suit and tie and short hair and often clean shaven for men only and not women - they are are sexist polices. It starts at school. Girls can where skirts and boys cannot wear shorts. Pure sexism.
Yet, women do not complain and support the men as it is in their favour!
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 31st Mar
Common.Sense1 h, 18 m ago

Most dress polices of professional companies are clear. Suit and tie and …Most dress polices of professional companies are clear. Suit and tie and short hair and often clean shaven for men only and not women - they are are sexist polices. It starts at school. Girls can where skirts and boys cannot wear shorts. Pure sexism.Yet, women do not complain and support the men as it is in their favour!


You know all schools and companies dress policy? You are clearly wrong, for example I could wear shorts at my school over 15 years ago and the girls could (and lots did) wear trousers... if they wanted to. Again its that choice thing you dont seem to get. 'Most' is a bit vague really, the facts are if you want to dress as a woman there are UK laws to stop your employer from discriminating against you for it. So wear a dress and enjoy pal. Can i recommend some lovely pretty dresses for you attached to this page? Only a fiver.
Common.Sense1 h, 21 m ago

Most dress polices of professional companies are clear. Suit and tie and …Most dress polices of professional companies are clear. Suit and tie and short hair and often clean shaven for men only and not women - they are are sexist polices. It starts at school. Girls can where skirts and boys cannot wear shorts. Pure sexism.Yet, women do not complain and support the men as it is in their favour!


And non clean shaven women? haha! Either you are getting too personal with the girls at work or you work at a circus!
eric_l_uk13 h, 2 m ago

You know all schools and companies dress policy? You are clearly wrong, …You know all schools and companies dress policy? You are clearly wrong, for example I could wear shorts at my school over 15 years ago and the girls could (and lots did) wear trousers... if they wanted to. Again its that choice thing you dont seem to get. 'Most' is a bit vague really, the facts are if you want to dress as a woman there are UK laws to stop your employer from discriminating against you for it. So wear a dress and enjoy pal. Can i recommend some lovely pretty dresses for you attached to this page? Only a fiver.



You are wrong. Companies can and do have different dress codes for men and women and it is lawful.

Most seconary schools do not allow boys to wear shorts. You must have seen the protests last summer with boys wearing skirts.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 1st Apr
Common.Sense2 h, 1 m ago

Your comment shows you are "blonde." It is not the same premise.A dress …Your comment shows you are "blonde." It is not the same premise.A dress code does not state a women has to wear make-up. But they can, if they wish.The company would object to men wearing nail-varnish or bright red lipstick.A employer won a court case to stop a man having a pony tail in his professional consulting role.The rules should be identical for both sexes. So both sexes must have sort hair and not wear make-up.This is no big deal for a woman. One does not need to wear make-up.How about you learn to punctuate, right!


Every company I have worked for has either had a specific uniform or the dresscode of smart casual or formal dress ive never seen one that says men must wear, women must wear. You are full of statements like 'the company would' like all companies are the same and only you know how they would behave. I think youve got some issues, man. if you want to wear womens clothes, do, if you think theres inequality write to your MP. Cheers
Common.Sense31st Mar

Do women look stupid in trousers? Did they 50 years ago? May be they did …Do women look stupid in trousers? Did they 50 years ago? May be they did until they fought for the right!So it it about them looking like sex objects, which many claim they are not (but we know they are).I think with the #metoo the employers need to take action.1. No makeup.2. No cleavage shown3. No skirts or dresses.4. No sleeveless tops.5. Must wear trousers, jacket and blouse, with no more than the top button undone.6. No high heal shoes.This is the same dress code as for men. Women demand equality. Give it them!One cannot have their cake and eat it.How many women would give up their job if they were not allowed to look like sex objects?

Exactly !I agree women are objectified made to wear revealing clothes to look pretty to keep the men happy! Whereas men are always fully clothed ie suit/tie.Women should stand up for their rights & tell the men to come into work looking like a bimbo!Why is it that men are fully clothed and women semi naked! Double standards if we say men/ women are eqaul in worth then they should dress similar ie either men wear mini skirts and 5 inch heels or women dress fully clothed like men do.
Bluecat7861 h, 34 m ago

eqaul


I am surprised blondeyforever has not corrected your spelling yet.

Blonde is angry and cried to a moderator as I mentioned that she used a question mark at the end of a statement. She tried to prove her "intelligence" by "correcting English", yet failed to understand a statement does not end with a question mark. How ironic. She lives up to her username.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 3rd Apr
Common.Sense5 m ago

I am surprised blondeyforeverhas not corrected your spelling yet. Blonde …I am surprised blondeyforeverhas not corrected your spelling yet. Blonde is angry and cried to a moderator as I mentioned that she used a question mark at the end of a statement. She tried to prove her "intelligence" by "correcting English", yet failed to understand a statement does not end with a question mark. How ironic. She lives up to her username.

Awww sometimes we all make spelling mistakes
Haha just got a message from mods saying they deleted my comment.I never mentioned anything about religion nor was it directed at anybody personally so why was my comment deleted i don't understand.
Bluecat78614 m ago

Awww sometimes we all make spelling mistakes



Correct. Some are just typing errors. It is churlish to point them out on a forum.
Then again, some people have a "blonde" moment!

For the benefit of..... (yes, you know who)

"blonde moment"

blɒnd ˈməʊm(ə)nt/
noun humorous

noun: blonde moment; plural noun: blonde moments
an instance of being silly or scatterbrained.
example: "we all have our blonde moments"

It is a common phrase.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 3rd Apr
Common.Sense2 m ago

Correct. Some are just typing errors. It is churlish to point them out on …Correct. Some are just typing errors. It is churlish to point them out on a forum.Then again, some people have a "blonde" moment!

The mods deleted my comment can you still see it?As my comment was not directed at any particular person so why did the mods delete it i don't understand
Common.Sense7 m ago

Correct. Some are just typing errors. It is churlish to point them out on …Correct. Some are just typing errors. It is churlish to point them out on a forum.Then again, some people have a "blonde" moment! For the benefit of..... (yes, you know who)"blonde moment"blɒnd ˈməʊm(ə)nt/nounhumorousnoun: blonde moment; plural noun: blonde momentsan instance of being silly or scatterbrained.example: "we all have our blonde moments"It is a common phrase.

You learn something new each day thank you for that, As I never knew this would be in the dictionary! Lol
Bluecat78622 m ago

The mods deleted my comment can you still see it?As my comment was not …The mods deleted my comment can you still see it?As my comment was not directed at any particular person so why did the mods delete it i don't understand


Because, the person who started to point out spelling errors and then had a "blonde moment" probably complained.

She simply should not have started doing it and she ended up with egg on her face.

It seeems all her comments have been removed.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 3rd Apr
Common.Sense2 m ago

Because, the person who started to point out spelling errors and then … Because, the person who started to point out spelling errors and then had a "blonde moment" probably complained. She simply should not have started doing it and she ended up with egg on her face.

Oh i never implied any of my comments to anybody in particular.All I did was like your comments.No free speech for some i guess!
DEAR MODERATORS. Please kindly explain why you have deleted my comment?
Please read my comment precisely before jumping to conclusions & reinstate my comment please.Thank you very much.
Actully I have checked & they haven't removed my comment however have sent me a message to say they have removed my comment.Make your minds up & please do your job thoroughly.If you intend to delete an offensive comment i agree you should however you must give a reason why you are deleting an innocent comment.
Common.Sense31st Mar

Do women look stupid in trousers? Did they 50 years ago? May be they did …Do women look stupid in trousers? Did they 50 years ago? May be they did until they fought for the right!So it it about them looking like sex objects, which many claim they are not (but we know they are).I think with the #metoo the employers need to take action.1. No makeup.2. No cleavage shown3. No skirts or dresses.4. No sleeveless tops.5. Must wear trousers, jacket and blouse, with no more than the top button undone.6. No high heal shoes.This is the same dress code as for men. Women demand equality. Give it them!One cannot have their cake and eat it.How many women would give up their job if they were not allowed to look like sex objects?


Bored are we?
Common.Sense8 h, 3 m ago

I am surprised blondeyforever has not corrected your spelling yet. Blonde …I am surprised blondeyforever has not corrected your spelling yet. Blonde is angry and cried to a moderator as I mentioned that she used a question mark at the end of a statement. She tried to prove her "intelligence" by "correcting English", yet failed to understand a statement does not end with a question mark. How ironic. She lives up to her username.


Unlike you.
Common.Sense31st Mar

Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!In …Why women's dresses and not people's dresses? So men cannot wear them!In the age of "equalty" and wanting the same pay and treatment as men (which is correct) why do employers allow women to wear skirts and dresses? They should be forced to wear the same as men. Suits and a tie and no make up.Why do girls wear a tie at school (no makeup allowed) and then not as adults (then wear makeup)?


Men are absoloutely allowed to wear them, and I've not seen anywhere that says they can't. It's simply that they are designed for women.

Much in the same way things like a loft ladder are designed to be used to access a loft, but can be used for however you like...
Family cars are designed for familys, but single people are allowed ti own/drive them...

Shall I go on...?
Edited by: "buddn07" 4th Apr
Christ, state of this comments section.
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