Should wearing sexually explicit clothing be treated as sexual harassment?

I'm an adult. So before you say it...
Should wearing sexually explicit clothing be treated as sexual harassment?
Yes, I can get over seeing photo after photo of people trying to "excite" me. But kids that watch twitch, that shit isn't right, that shit is wrong. Basically grooming them or some shit, those are adult women that are deliberately sticking their boobs in the camera for the attention of little kids. To me thats sexual harrassment. I've seen less sexy photos on porn sites...
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  • @vetis Yeah, ok, use the "Kids" argument, because you are weak, and have trouble controlling your impulses!! Kids aren't being affected, but you, OBVIOUSLY are!!
    Do you think that all women should be forced to wear head to toe coverings, like in some of the Radical Muslem nations, because you, and others like you cannot control your impulses and urges?
    Most of us, as Adult males, can control ourselves, and actually quite like seeing the natural, innate beauty of women, freely expressing themselves in clothing that they choose!
    You need to stop looking at, or watching things that upset you, this way, and you need to get help with your own, PERSONAL control, rather than suggesting that this is "harassment" because you have personal issues with it!
    Why should EVERYONE change, because you lack impulse control?
    That you even suggest this, is SOOOOO OFFENSIVE to me, and should be to women as well, as it is a DIRECT ATTACK, and JUDGMENT, and another attempt to DOMINATE, and CONTROL THEM!!

    • you're a retard

    • @vetis And it seems that you are not an Adult, and cannot respond in a civilized manner, but choose to show that your true nature as a knuckle-dragging bully, judgmental kind. Get one of those "word of the day" calendars, and expand your lexicon of words, and express yourself like an Adult human, and then we can talk. . .

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  • I certainly find it to be distasteful to show too much skin, for anyone that is. There is nothing inherently wrong with it though. Go to the store naked for all I care, no harm to anyone. But obviously, thats way off cultural norms in most places.

    In the case of children, we all share somewhat of the burden to maintain their innocence until the parents deem it fit, or they reach that certain age. Whether you like it or not, it does indeed take a village.

    To sum up a bit of a ramble; no, it is not harassment, you or these kids are making a choice to consume the content. These twitchers could be nude for all I care. But that doesn't mean it is tactful or even normal for these people to do that. Not harassment, but totally irresponsible and unsuitable for the situation of twitch.

    Worth noting, I have never been on the platform, so have no idea what you're referring to. But nudity and video games just seems like attention seeking more than true content.

    • Your low iq is how come you can't imagine anything other than a direct assault is harmful and i forgive you

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  • I mean.. if you're the one chosing to watch them, then that's not sexual harassment.
    If someone is constantly sending you vids or pics, then ya. But if you visit their channel then no, lol.
    If kids watch it, that's not their fault. Parents should keep track of what their kids are doing and censor it if need be.

    • Or how about the parents get together and censor the whore

    • Have fun trolling 👌

    • The mid east exists people with my opinion are real.

  • I do find it odd when people show so much of their body that it looks tacky and cheap

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  • Geez you whine a lot. If you don't like something just ignore it. Seriously.

  • No of course not

  • Yeah, you’re 21, but your brain doesn’t stop maturing til 25. If I was mentally (right now) the same as when I was 21, I’d be in trouble. I don’t think it should be harassment. I don’t know how you would even classify it as such.
    Are you saying that because myriad kids and men don’t know how to discipline themselves?


    I say, “Ask her out.” If that doesn’t work, go home and beat it. Then move on.:)

  • No. Nobody is forcing you to look.