Are women who dress provocatively asking to be sexualized?
By - SrLlemington
Sexualized doesn't mean assaulted or ogled at. If you're dressing in a sexy way you are by definition sexualized. There's this bad association that sexualized means anything wrong since sexual thoughts are good and fine. But sexualizing AND catcalling/harrassing people is not OK. So I voted Yes but with these conditions.
I mean it makes sense, women gotta be vigilant to avoid being sexualized from turning into assault/harrassing. A simple look from a man, to an anxious sexily-dressed woman, can be a potential threat. Especially if they're alone at night. I think if we cultivate a society that stands up to creeps more often some women won't be as scared about guys looking at them in a sexual manner.
To these women sexualized=potential threat. It's a sad reality.
I'm confused by your question. What I read is "Should a woman dressed sexy be viewed as sexy and draw attention because of it?" If you are asking if it's ok if she's assualted absolutely not but personally when I don't want people to look at me like they wanna fuck me I either don't dress sexy or dress sexy and stay home.
I read many times and see other people were confused too. I was confused because I rarely see sexualized meaning "just found sexy" usually implies verbal assault of some kind like catcalling. I wasn't rude to you. No reason to be rude back.
Reread my edit.
You're not really reading what I am saying. But it's cool you're rude anyways good bye.
What's dressing provocatively?
Dressing sexy or skimpy