Would you be okay with your wife wearing leggings?

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Re: Would you be okay with your wife wearing leggings?

Postby ChickenSoup » Mon Jul 27, 2015 2:58 am

I wore them as a joke once.

I am not ashamed to admit that they are the ultimate comfy lazy clothes. >_>
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Re: Would you be okay with your wife wearing leggings?

Postby amyjo88 » Sat Aug 08, 2015 4:20 am

If it's a question about sexiness, skirts take the cake.

And for every girl I've talked to, Leggins (and subsequently, Yoga pants) are about comfort. And they do look a far sight better than sweat pants, too. Not just "more sexy," but just better.

And far be it from me to criticize for someone "dressing lazy." It's a miracle I get my pants on at all.
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Guys, do skirts take the cake? I'm a woman, but I have heard something along those lines in a much more crass manner, and it makes perfect sense to me.

Comfort and Laziness - there is a point where modesty is more important. I would personally put leggings in the not in public zone. But if we're talking scale... not so bad.

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Re: Would you be okay with your wife wearing leggings?

Postby storm » Sat Aug 08, 2015 5:50 am

LOL now I will have the thought of "is this other player dressed ?" when playing tyvm. Seriously modesty has its merits sadly we are taught sexy comes first yet at same time should anything happen like getting hit on then its the "well she was asking for it dressed like that"
In short most want females to dress the very way we feel they shouldn't ( in certain cases) So dress for the guys / public, or for yourself ? Me I go for myself was never a follower. At same time I wasn't a clothes maverick , halloween is for costumes not every day life. So I try to dress appropriately and with my legs shorts are out (@[email protected])
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Re: Would you be okay with your wife wearing leggings?

Postby amyjo88 » Sat Aug 08, 2015 4:34 pm

Awhile ago I read an article on Biblical Modesty. The basic idea was that when the Bible talks about how we dress, the author is referring to a specific group of people in a specific time. Modesty is different based on when and where you are. Anybody a Star Trek fan? Deep Space 9? The Ferengi (an alien race) forbade that women wear clothes at all. Putting on clothes invited men to take them off. Silly, but thought-provoking.

When the Bible uses the word "modesty" the author is actually referring to the state of our hearts, not our clothes. Are you wearing leggings to draw sexual attention? or are you wearing them for comfort? (but still, comfort isn't a spiritually significant argument for wearing them in public).

I couldn't find that article again but this one is similar:

http://www.todayschristianwoman.com/art ... ml?start=1


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