Yes, I find it very uncomfortable having to deal with people who reveal their cleavage - I feel it is immodest. One can look beautiful wearing decent clothes - I don't see why people spoil their image by wearing revealing garments.
No. I don't usually wear anything very low cut myself (it's all relative, sometimes I have a bit of cleavage showing, I'm not sure if that's what someone else might think is too much) but it doesn't make me uncomfortable to see it on other people.
No. Why should I? I have absolutely no problem with the human body. It is a beautiful and natural thing. It is not something to be embarrassed about. Nor is it something that should be hidden and covered up. Some people are more well endowed than others ( I suppose this is what you mean), but so what? We are all individuals and we are all beautiful, whether we are flat chested or ample. People should be free to wear the kind of clothes they wish, and if people feel uncomfortable about it, then they have a problem.
I don't wear low cut things but if others do it is not a bother to me. I do, however, hate to be able to see through to naked b00bs. If you don't get that clothes are there for covering up - just go naked, for Pete's sake.
I think clothes should draw attention to your face. I feel uncomfortable with both women and men showing too much. Its like someone looking at a baby. You want them to say what a cute baby, not what cute clothes or what a cute tush.
More good points - getting others to notice the person in the clothes, not the clothes or 'parts' themselves. I recently read an interesting article about the way images are manipulated to increase the likelihood of either objectification or the perception of personhood. It was quite interesting. I can find it if you would like to have a read of it.
it is much preferred to having to encounter people wearing underwear as outerwear (tights are a case i point to). but back to cleavage I have never really understood why it is done except to find a sex partner.
I don't feel uncomfortable but I know some blokes do. A lot of men feel that if they do look DOWN then they could be considered to be a pervert, but that wouldn't apply to me because I'm not a bloke.
Some men do ogle women who wear low cut necklines but obviously, evidently some women wear those low necklines deliberately to attract a male audience.