I’d like to call Bad Girls Club an excuse for a bunch of girls to get easy publicity.
How do you get on that show anyway? Is it who can throw the best punch? Because that’s what the show is, a bunch of grown woman getting completely drunk and starting fights with one another.
Then they sit around telling each other how much class they have.
You’re right ladies. This is the ideal depiction of class. Why don’t you guys get a job instead of getting wasted every night and arguing with one another. It’s embarrassing.
Well apparently caffeine isn’t enough to wake people up in the morning.
A small trailer converted into a coffee shop is parked at a gas station five minutes away from where I grew up in Pasadena. The women that work there come out and take your order from your vehicle, only they aren’t wearing any ordinary uniform. They’re dressed in skimpy outfits that you often find girls wearing on Halloween.
The coffee shop is called Java Divas. So apparently the owners aren’t trying to build their reputation on the quality of their coffee but the scandalous waitresses that are serving it.
It gets better. They have themes for each day so you don’t have to get board with the waitresses outfits. You can check out a sexy pirate, nurse or just a chick in a bikini as they hand you your “A to D-cup” sized coffee.
In an article in the Maryland Gazette Nic Kipke, a conservative Republican, who represents
the area said “If it’s comparable to a restaurant like Hooters, it’s up to someone’s personal discretion whether or not someone wants to spend their money there.”
This is true, but how many businesses are we going to have where the waitresses are strutting around in skimpy, little outfits? No doubt it brings in business because we all know a guy will go anywhere for a good view and according to the site 75% of the customers are men.
Are women exploiting themselves, because now I can’t even grab a cup of joe without seeing a bunch of T and A?
Today on campus an event called, Walk a mile in her shoes, was held to acknowledge women’s struggle with rape and domestic violence. Towson students and staff came to walk a mile around campus.
The girls were not allowed to speak the entire walk (it’s symbolic) and the guys had to walk in whatever shoes they preferred, as long as it had a heel on it.
It was very touching to see that there are a lot of men who were willing to struggle walking in heels in order to make a public statement about female abuse.
It came easy to some men surprisingly but you could tell if was difficult for others. I was proud to witness it and I think it was a very good project. Several teachers asked their students to participate in the event.
Communication Studies Professor, Jennifer Struve, tells us what she thinks about the cause.
What would you do if you looked out your front window and saw your neighbor Ms. Williams getting the mail and she didn’t have anything on but a thong?
A couple in Boulder, Colorado have continually been spotted walking throughout their yard completely exposed. A public hearing is to be held this Tuesday that will declare whether or not public nudity will be banned throughout the entire city.
I also read about 24 women who rallied through the streets of Portland, Maine with no shirts on to vouch for equal oppurtunity public toplessness. They believe that because men are allowed to roam around without a shirt on that they should be able to as well.
I don’t know why public nudity has become so important to our equal rights? I think there are more important things to fight for than a nice breeze on our bare chest.
Come on ladies, you know how much guys like our goodies. Why would you want to give them the gratification of being able to see our breasts for free on the streets?
If you want your jaw to drop, check out www.purenudism.com. They say the main reason why so many people object to public nudity is because they fear it and that the best way to try and embrace it is to simply “expose yourself.”
If women start walking down the block with no shirts on, it is going to be an extremely, huge, uncomfortable adjustment. Think about children or senior citizens exposing themselves in public.
Does a woman’s wardrobe influence how she is perceived at work? How sexy is to sexy or should we keep our bodies under wraps?
Clothes are no longer an asset for simply covering our bodies. They represent who we are and our seriousness in the game. Our bosses take notice to our wardrobe at first glance and more often than not this boss is a male.
Relationships with the boss are very common. An article about sex in the workplace by Kenya McCullum gives examples of different women who have slept with their boss.
Attraction is an uncontrollable feeling. Do we need to cover up our bodies to be taken seriously at work? Are women that are sleeping with the boss to climb their career ladder hindering women’s reputation and ability in the workplace?