Cleavage controversy reveals male hypocrisy

Don’t show your cleavage here, there, anywhere, and not in my backyard (as the saying goes). Reason is: yours, mine, and our men can’t help but ogle!

Re: Christy Clark cleavage controversy.

Don’t show your cleavage here, there, anywhere, and not in my backyard (as the saying goes). Reason is: yours, mine, and our men can’t help but ogle! Our men ogle here, there, and everywhere. They can’t help themselves. They can’t stop themselves. But when it’s in their backyard (workplace) they don’t want to get caught. Can’t afford to get caught.

But and here’s the but: they specifically patronize establishments that have the female staff billowing out of their blouses, shirts and yes the tank/bra-top! This is what ladies wear in the hospitality workplace – what they are expected to wear.

So I’m thinking, to unite the hospitality workers and the office workers , etc. and especially the ladies working and serving in our elected government we should have a day – hump-day (Wednesday) would be my choice (if I had a cleavage) – to wear our bulging blouses, skintight shirts, and titillating tank/bra tops.

Cindy Munro

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