Against aggressive harassment and the danger of asexual puritanism.
I'm very worried.
Because I like to see voluptuous, semi-naked or naked women. I like erotic, porn and fetish.
And I'm a straight man.
I am not saying this to pity me, for we men are the dominant genus and as such, by our privilege, we are compelled to impose ourselves before our opposite sex, ie straight women. That's not enough, many of us take advantage of our position and that's where the abuse comes from.
If the woman is wearing a sensuous outfit such as a short skirt or a striking cleavage, the macho man tries to approach and even touch her with or without his permission.
And how do women feel? Decreased, humiliated, used ... And then they close, cover and repudiate our way of wooing them.
And when they protest and denounce our abuses, they are not doing mimimi, they are asserting their rights as individuals and have been fighting for decades.
Again I wonder where this will lead us.Hollywood never ceases to come forward with accusations against actors, directors and producers ... Not to mention the everyday cases in which men get to ejaculate over women in public places.
Are we men losing control of our sexual urges? Or are we so proud of our patriarchal position that we have no consequences?
In any case, I will repeat what I said on another occasion: Aggressive harassment without consent goes against sex, eroticism and love.
It harms the culture of sex and feminine beauty and forces a tougher feminine anti - objectification following feminists and sympathetic intellectual men.
In other words my friends if they want to see our muses in swimsuits, tight pants and mini skirts, we have to settle down the beam !!
LOOK AND DO NOT TOUCH, just because she is wearing those little shorts that comes to appear part of the buttocks, does not mean that you should stick your hand (or some other part of the body) where it should not.
PRAISE WITH EDUCATION, leave the "hot" and other terms for intimacy or between friends.
Yes, there are women who may like to be pimped or called hot, but all care is little, for nowadays, in this polarized world, people take offense more easily.
Without consent, you can not! That simple.
Women will not feel comfortable walking in sexy clothes if we force them, humiliate them and intimidate them. Being polite is not a sign of shyness, fear or "weakness," if they want something more, let them say. The point here is to have education and accept rejection.
I know my concern is exaggerated so far, but mind you, if the situation loses control, some women will go so far as to take away everything that physically attracts us to them. No necklines, no protruding ass, no makeup ... They'll get tired of being sexy.
To support this concern, I have read that there is a small group of women in France who think that anti-harassment campaigns can strengthen Puritan groups and suppress sexual freedom. I think that's where it makes a lot of sense, because you have a legitimate movement like "#metoo" that can benefit at one point, but hurt another if you do not care not to turn something totalitarian and even revenge.
In conclusion, people are gaining a voice and space to discuss the problems of our society, and I just want that after all we have our freedom to admire and court a beautiful and sculptural lady as we pass the street.