Ladies, honest answer please ...

Ladies, honest answer please ...

Joined: May 9th, 2002, 4:34 pm

December 20th, 2003, 6:35 pm #1

I have seen this forum grow over the past couple of years. It seems as if we now have about 1/2 and 1/2 membership. 1/2 female and 1/2 male.

I'm interested in honest answers to how women feel about men such as myself "supporting" bra/topfreedomness.

When I have mentioned this topic to some women "friends" it seems as if I am considered a pervert. Am I?

Seriously, what role should men play in this topic?

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Kelli
Kelli

December 20th, 2003, 9:02 pm #2

I do not mind if men are on this site and giving their thoughts and opinions. I think it is great that men want to support bra freedom or top freedom. As long as they do not use their hands to support those breasts that are bra/top free. Sorry, I just had to say that,( pun intended ). I hope everyone can take a joke.
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JB
JB

December 20th, 2003, 9:46 pm #3

I think that many women would not understand why men would be interested in bra freedom since men don't wear bras. Women already think that most men are pervs, so something like this just tends to confirm that belief to them.

I think that if someone's rights are being violated, everyone should speak up in opposition, but the problem is that most women probably don't feel that wearing a bra or having to cover their breasts is a violation of their rights. I suspect they think that they need to cover them in order to be protected from men.

If and when alot of women complain about having to wear bras, then I think they would want men to support their cause.

I wonder if men who supported voting rights for women were viewed with suspicion.
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michaela
michaela

December 20th, 2003, 10:08 pm #4

<I wonder if men who supported voting rights for women were viewed with suspicion.>
I wouldn't be suspicious of a man supporting my right to vote, but in this day and age of topless bars, girlie mags, R rated movies with only female nudity in them, I do wonder sometimes if the only reason a man would want to support my bralessness/topfreeness would be just so he can see more breasts. I did incounter one guy a year or so ago who had a website who seemed to give himself away sometimes as a bit of a perv. I have a tendancy to want to test the spirits. But I also believe in checking my own motives too occasionally.
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kath
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December 20th, 2003, 10:25 pm #5

I have seen this forum grow over the past couple of years. It seems as if we now have about 1/2 and 1/2 membership. 1/2 female and 1/2 male.

I'm interested in honest answers to how women feel about men such as myself "supporting" bra/topfreedomness.

When I have mentioned this topic to some women "friends" it seems as if I am considered a pervert. Am I?

Seriously, what role should men play in this topic?
I can tell by the nature of some posts that the intention of the man who posted was genuinely interested in supporting my right to be braless and topless. The ones I find most convincing are by men who are practicing nudists, or freeballers and such. They instantly have credibility by their lifestyle, in my opinion of course.

I do have my suspicions of some other posters' motives at times. There is no doubt bralessness is often viewed as sexy and erotic by some men. I can draw on my own experiences, as pretty much every man I've even been with sexually has expressed their sexual appreciation of my bralessness. Plus, I have looked around online, and there is no shortage of porn being associated with braless.

My suspicion is that some mens support posts are thinly veiled attempts at encouraging bralessness for their viewing and erotic pleasure.

All I know is that it's easier to find men supporting bralessness, toplessness, and nudism for women than it is to find men supporting pay equity and such for women.
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elijah
elijah

December 22nd, 2003, 3:50 am #6

I have seen this forum grow over the past couple of years. It seems as if we now have about 1/2 and 1/2 membership. 1/2 female and 1/2 male.

I'm interested in honest answers to how women feel about men such as myself "supporting" bra/topfreedomness.

When I have mentioned this topic to some women "friends" it seems as if I am considered a pervert. Am I?

Seriously, what role should men play in this topic?
what are the women's motives for wanting top/bra freedom? i recall a few ladies here let it slip that they enjoyed the exhibitionistic nature of them being braless. could it be that the ladies who support topfreedom and brafreedom are just kinky?
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JB
JB

December 22nd, 2003, 9:03 pm #7

No, I don't think that word applies here. There are people who like to go to nude beaches and one would not describe them that way, so why would such a word be used to describe someone who just wishes to do without a harness?
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michaela
michaela

December 23rd, 2003, 12:00 am #8

Isn't Elijah the one who asked if he could touch a woman's breast if he were to see a topfree/brafree gal? So who is the kinky one?
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elijah
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December 23rd, 2003, 2:52 am #9

i didn't say i wasn't kinky. btw, i asked if i could touch a woman's breast like i would a guys, or if i could touch a womans breast with no more concern that i would a woman's arm, because it is of the forums opinion that female breasts aren't sexual.
i think it was michaela who once told us about an instance she went to the bookstore and liked the extra attention and service she got because she was brafree. i don't see how one can do that and then not consider her breast a sexual body part.
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JB
JB

December 23rd, 2003, 3:43 am #10

I think that if a man touched another man's breasts, he might have some explaining to do.
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