If I had somewhere special to go,I would wear a lower neckline,otherwise I simply wear what is most comfortable for what I have to do at any given time.I hate really high necklines as I just find them hot and uncomfortable!I guess I wear more middle of the road(chest!!!) tops these days,as I do tend to wear for comfort more than impact on others!
No. I literally feel sick when I catch a man looking at my breasts, so I don't wear plunging necklines. It makes me feel so objectified. Besides, I've always had a thing for high necklines and plunging backs.
That is a nice set you have there Finy, LOL - much nicer than my 'mother's breasts. Now I'm objectifying! Oh well, my guess is, that image was taken with the subject's consent. Good question too!
So tell me this
Is a man supposed to look or not.
I know it is very hard not to look but it makes you feel creepy if you do.
You are a pervert if you do or a wimp if you don't
What is with that.
When in a meeting with a woman dressed in this way it is very difficult for a man.
Some times I think that women do it to gain an advantage.
I never thought of it this way!
I do not really think though they do it for that reason -I think it is really attention seeking, or even perhaps showing off -I guess we know men are attracted by it and it is nice to get the attention? That would account for some.
I understand what you are saying about looking or not looking -must be difficult -I actually dont agree with it especially as in the photo -I think it is totally unnecessary and some of the ball gowns on footballers wives leave nothing to the imagination and I personally believe this iws "tacky" and unsophisticated.
I guess it is different for each individual.
Overall though I believe it is one way most women attract attention to themselves for the purpose of developing relationships with men.
The issue is should they be married women what is the message they are sending out?
It absolutely HAS to be that they do it for attention. Because, they absolutely don't HAVE to wear a low cut neckline.
There a lot of young ladies out there that flaunt it because it seems to be the fashion at the moment (big bosoms and big round bums as well) but I always think that the bigger the bosoms the more matronly the girls look.
I feel sorry for the opposite sex - they cannot win. If they look they are a pervert, If they don't look they can be accused of a few things.
What between the problems the men have and the problem of females being pinched for being topless if not on a beach that is zoned "nudist", indecent dressing when necklines are plunging and OK if breastfeeding because they are "working breasts". Sure is a hard one, particularly for the blokes.
There is a similar issue with mini skirts, to look or not to look. A woman cant say they are practcal, can they, so they must be designed for looking at. Funnily enough the same woman on a tennis court may not get a second glance ( note i said may not)
I can't even wear a non revealing lower neckline, because I had heart surgery 17 years ago and if I do wear something that even shows the top of my scar people always tend to look straight at the scar. I am proud of my scar don't get me wrong, but I do not like people asking questions and alot of people do.
I never have, and never will.
Some things are better not to see, because it shows way too much.
I don't like men looking, but then again....they wouldn't if women didn't show so much.....e.g.the pic is way way too much, out in public.In my opinion.
Not so much plunging but still there is cleavage a nice amount not like something that is low low or squashed together to me that looks like bum cheeks not boobs, I can't help myself I have to look it's not flattering. I have big boobs so just a nice amount of cleavage looks nice that's looking straight at the mirror now I'm short so anyone taller gets a different view and you can see the eyes going down. I can't stand high neck lines I'm always pulling at it, I feel like I'm getting strangled. They are my big boobs people look anyway. I will always looks neat with a nice necklace not a big bum hanging out the wrong end lol
In my family we all have a generous share . . . and none of us has ever worn a plunging neckline. I would feel very, very self conscious in the top pictured. Makes me laugh when I think that our biggest worry was straps giving out.