What nobody tells you about losing weight

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  • imfornd70
    imfornd70 Posts: 552 Member
    puffbrat wrote: »
    imfornd70 wrote: »
    actually to a man - shoulders chest arms are considered sexual in nature - but I can see your point

    Then people shouldn't comment on those areas. And I would suggest that the chest is sexual in nature for everyone.

    I think an in context thing - in situation thing - I mean truth we are human and are built to look. so we have to discerning when we say things - this would be a pretty dull world walking around like autonomous robots. But we are of a higher level so discretion is key
  • freda666
    freda666 Posts: 338 Member
    tauntonmom wrote: »
    imfornd70 wrote: »
    shunggie wrote: »
    The sexual harassment 😂. I had a lady tell me how my butt looked good. I felt violated and flattered at the same time.

    This is such a common female experience, it's interesting to see a man post it. Thank you for sharing.

    Question - and I ask it with a due respect intended - how is commenting on the butt as a body feature worse than saying your arms look great or - your new hair style is beautiful

    Parents have to teach toddlers about keeping their "private parts" private and to tell us whenever someone violates that privacy (even when they are told not to tell anyone).

    Arms and heads/hair were never on the list of "private parts". Butts were.

    Perhaps it is a cultural thing but I would not consider someone's bottom to be a "private part", which to me means someone's genitals.
  • freda666
    freda666 Posts: 338 Member
    What is this thread about again?

    Bottoms!

    :-)
  • freda78 wrote: »
    What is this thread about again?

    Bottoms!

    :-)

    But the title though....