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  • ValleyHooper
    ValleyHooper Posts: 1,993 Member
  • tmanfromtexas
    tmanfromtexas Posts: 928 Member
    edited March 2017

    Well, I guess we are going to find out especially with the second one. She was letting it all hang out... just sayin...
  • gatorsong
    gatorsong Posts: 7,000 Member

    I've seen women post pix of men's naked butts...wonder if there is a double standard?

    Well, I guess we are going to find out especially with the second one. She was letting it all hang out... just sayin...

    I think that if her legs were closed there wouldn't be any issue, but because they are open, there is more showing than would be potentially allowable.
  • gatorsong
    gatorsong Posts: 7,000 Member
    I personally have no issue with it. I just think there are enough prudes around that think it's inappropriate.
  • psuLemon
    psuLemon Posts: 38,181 MFP Moderator
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