By Anonymous - United States
  Today, my boss reached over and yanked up my shirt right above my breasts while she said, "I'm all for flaunting it if you've got it, but don't reveal that much cleavage, there are dirty old men that work here." FML
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  BananaSticker  |  0

So what? You're mad because he saved you from possibly getting yourself raped?
I bet you're the type that wear revealing clothes but is disgusted when men male comments on your body or stare at your boobs. -.-

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  BananaSticker  |  0

As a matter of fact I am. Of course, I know people are going to get raped regardless of what they're wearing, but they're only provoking it even more when they wear revealing clothes.

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  seanders  |  10

26 I'd a prime example of flaunting. But I must say, I'm a 23 year old male. If a cute girl with nice jeans or a low cut top walks by, I'm going to look, it's natural. And don't lie ladies you know what you're doing. If you didn't want guys looking you wouldn't show them off.

Especially the girls who have tattoos on them!

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  alliewillie  |  22

she sounds like a cool boss to me, especially since she didn't get onto you for being too revealing. she was just looking out for you, WAAAH. people are so whiny these days.

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  jif_fml  |  0

if you have boobs, it's often difficult to find a nice v-neck that doesn't expose some cleavage. ideally, women should be able to wear what they want without the assumption that their skin is then public domain.

of course, that's neither here nor there when it comes to your place if work. it's called dressing professionally, OP!

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  IDOLGIRL  |  0

I can't believe anyone here believes this load if shit. what boss would EVER pull a coworker's shirt up over her head? give me a break...this is ridiculous.

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  jif_fml  |  0

if you're gonna doubt FMLs, you might as well doubt all of them. i mean, it's not like we can prove any of 'em are really true, and most probably aren't. who cares?

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  Nutz321  |  0

shutup 32 if 16 said that person A saved person B from bad situation A, that does not mean she finds it acceptable. so for dumb people like you, let me rephrase that: if 16 says that the boss saved the op from getting raped, that doesn't mean she finds it okay that someone got raped, even if they were wearing provocative clothes. in this case, yes they are, but the first opinion does not make the second opinion a certainty.

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  Nutz321  |  0

so 101 what you're saying is that on an extreme heatwave, I can just go out naked and not expect people to look. it's human, it's natural, men are programmed to look. how else do we look for a potential mate?
personality may be more important and if you already know someone and grow more attached, then go for it, but if it's a stranger and you have the intention of looking for a mate, then by all means, check the outside first.

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  jif_fml  |  0

113 do you see those words in my post? no? then it's not what i'm saying. my point is that showing cleavage is always seen as asking for attention. i'm sure people will still look, but i don't think it should always be interpreted as women wanting to oggled. my apologies if my comment didn't make that clear.

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110 I'm just guessing u didn't read the reply to 32, wen 16 said that YES IN FACT they were the type of person to say if I woman had on revealing she'd most likely get raped. Like the clothes that lady was wearing would provoke a rapist to rape her.

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  Cloudberry  |  10

207: If you need to put your cleavage on display, it only makes me think you're making up for a face as ugly as sin. Those hot guys you're after have got better girls to ogle.

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  the_bad_kind  |  12

To say the boss saved her from possible rape does establish that you see a causal connection between the victim's outfit and a rapist actions when no such a BS link should even be worth saying

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  Sun_Kissed18  |  25

Yeah, shes lucky that you didn't get really yelled at because of your clothes. When I first read it I thought the boss was a man in which case this would have been much worse