"I'd also like to say that I am not a woman that likes to dress provocatively or in a way that garners extreme sexual allure from men; I don't like to be viewed purely as a sexual object, so I do not act or dress that way. I would like for…"
Maybe it's the way it was phrased? "women have no regard for how they dress/present themselves" rubbed me the wrong way. His statement made it seem to me that, basically, women should know better than to wear revealing…"
""considering women have no regard for how the way they dress/present themselves as highly sexual beings affects the men around them"
Aside from the million things wrong with this statement... You're basically saying that men…"