Pettition to ban leggings, yoga pants and other tight fitting clothing for March!

Discussion in 'Rebooting - Porn Addiction Recovery' started by SidVicious, Mar 4, 2014.

  1. SidVicious

    SidVicious Fapstronaut

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    If you want all schools to ban the wearing of leggings, yoga pants and tight clothing by females for the remainder of No Masturbation March please reply to this forum. It's hard enough as it is and these girls make it twenty times harder.
     
  2. LegoT

    LegoT Fapstronaut

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    I do think schools should have dress codes and that people should dress more modestly. However, we're responsible for our own actions and where our eyes look. Nobody is forcing us to look at immodestly dressed women. But you are right, their attire does make it immeasurably more difficult at time. :/
     
  3. bojanglz

    bojanglz New Fapstronaut

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    I know exactly what you mean. Try to avoid looking. As you get further on your streaks, you'll find it easier to just avoid looking so you don't get put in the situation to fight the urge to fap.
     
  4. slipsonic

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    This isn't a good idea. Trying to keep others from exercising their freedom to wear what they want because some of us have a problem with pornography and masturbation won't solve anything. People should'nt be censored into not wearing certain clothes to lessen a problem that has nothing to do with them. Learn to control your urges and revealing clothes won't be a problem anymore.
    Anyways, I like yoga pants and leggings, there is absolutely nothing wrong with admiring the attractiveness of the opposite sex in a real life, positive way.
    It is completely natural.. None of us would be here if it werent.
    One of the benefits of nofap is coming to appreciate REAL women for who and what they are, instead of thinking of them as an object which is what porn is all about. Trying to make them dress in a less revealing way just keeps them as an object.
    My vote is NO to banning any form of clothing.
     
  5. Clive

    Clive Fapstronaut

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    I read this today:

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    You could substitute the word mistake for sin. It really is about us driving out the thought, not ruminating or lusting on it, whether it is in our mind our something we happened to see before our eyes. We all know the feeling of stirring up the lust instead of just letting it go.

    (As a side note, it mentions something similar to the initial post in this thread about women dressing immodestly potentially negatively affecting men… This sentiment has been criticized as some feel it shifts blame from the man to the woman, when the man is ultimately accountable for his thoughts.)

    My thoughts: don't look (if you can avoid it), don't lust (if you happen to see it), and don't bring those things into the environments you have control over (i.e. your home).
     

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