Southern Belle

Spartanburg, SC

#64 May 20, 2011
I'm sorry you feel so bad about yourself. They make plenty if tastful clothing for small and large women. When I referred to Kennedy and Hepburn I was leaning more to their grace and self awareness. Although both had great taste and were known for their style also. Time has past but it doesn't mean you have to dress like a lady of the night. Especially during the day..........
questionable

Dexter, MO

#65 May 20, 2011
You ladies are totally right bout being able to dress who you are but if you dress in a way that you are perceived to be a whore or seeking attention through your looks you have brought this judgement on yourselves. Everyone wants to dress for a desired effect but when they dont receive the desired effect they want to pass judgement on someone else even though the subject matter is about them and their habits. Quit being whiners and accept the consequences of your actions and habits as you are no better than the people sitting next to you.
thats baseball

Poplar Bluff, MO

#66 May 20, 2011
Good lookin't women add much to the decor of a drab and sometimes dreary day game.

How many go to see the Cards and wind up checking the hot chicks out? Yeah, thought so.

Hot mom chicks are good for the game!

There's always a few prudes.
questionable

Dexter, MO

#67 May 20, 2011
Nothing wrong with looking at girls but in comparison I will watch the game and then go to hooters where they have something to flaunt and I wont miss the game. As far as being a prude, hooters is where my wife works and where I met her. If shes on the ball field she dresses like a mom to work the game. GOT IT!
questionable

Dexter, MO

#68 May 20, 2011
NOW THATS BASEBALL!! PLAY BALL!!
a lady

United States

#69 May 20, 2011
Judgemental people annoy me. I have overheard people say the very same thing about me and I was wearing a regular t-shirt and jeans. It seems if a woman has curves, it does not matter what they wear (unless they wear something super loose and baggy) they are perceived to be dressing "provocative" or seeking attention. Its insane how much other women judge women, come on ladies can we stop being so catty? If shes fine with dressing this way leave her alone. Its not like shes hurting anyone.
rocknroller

Paragould, AR

#70 May 20, 2011
a lady wrote:
Judgemental people annoy me. I have overheard people say the very same thing about me and I was wearing a regular t-shirt and jeans. It seems if a woman has curves, it does not matter what they wear (unless they wear something super loose and baggy) they are perceived to be dressing "provocative" or seeking attention. Its insane how much other women judge women, come on ladies can we stop being so catty? If shes fine with dressing this way leave her alone. Its not like shes hurting anyone.
I have always dressed down, because Im not interested in trying to impress anyone, but there has been times that girls, women, whatever would say something, I have personally been talked about, wearing clothes that showed my figure; So my opinion on this subject, is that women are naturally going to get jeolous of one another, exspecially if they have some what of a decent figure or etc. Thats just way females are.
who cares

Kennett, MO

#71 May 21, 2011
I don't like it when the moms (or dads) yell at other kids. don't know her name but i think her husband is a cop and she stands in the girls dugout acting all high and mighty and looks like she is daring anyone to speak to her. yells at the other kids while hers is perfect. Saw her make one little girl about 7 or 8 yrs old almost cry then yelled at the girls dad. At least it looked like she was yelling. she dresses alright but very plain looking . Who is that person?
Guest

Dexter, MO

#72 May 22, 2011
questionable wrote:
You ladies are totally right bout being able to dress who you are but if you dress in a way that you are perceived to be a whore or seeking attention through your looks you have brought this judgement on yourselves. Everyone wants to dress for a desired effect but when they dont receive the desired effect they want to pass judgement on someone else even though the subject matter is about them and their habits. Quit being whiners and accept the consequences of your actions and habits as you are no better than the people sitting next to you.
Wow. That was deep. Too bad it doesn't actually apply to everyone. No I do not wear tight short shorts or tight low cut tops. I wear stuff that fits correctly. Shorts only just above the knee. Only skirts just below the knee. No cleavage whatsoever. You don't have to show your body in order to stay cool during the summer and to look attractive.
guest

Kennett, MO

#73 May 22, 2011
women are so stupid wrote:
well there are other moms that dress just like her.I also seen the wallace woman and several others dress just like that chick.and there both pretty woman so stop it there hot and your not so get over it you stupid a** women. push the plate away or cut your thumbs off OR quit hating because she must be doing something right or every one would not be talking!!!!!!!! remember this is 2011 not 1950.
Well I'm a man, and I try not to put myself in situations where I might be tempted to think, say or do something indecent or impure. Therefor I do not go to bars or strip joints. Now I can't even go to the ball field. You can't go anywhere anymore without seing cleavage, butt cheeks or mens boxers. I say save it just for the spouse you have or are going to have
guest

Kennett, MO

#74 May 22, 2011
fat chick wrote:
Is it an attractive woman’s responsibility to tone down her looks on the job (or ball field) and maybe dress more conservatively than she normally would? Should women be penalized, as Ms. Lorenzana maintains she was, because the male employees (ball park fans) at the office (ball park) did double takes whenever she walked by?
Straight from Dr.Phils web site...yall got me interested what he really does think/say. I obviously add in the ball field and fans...but this can be taken into any circumstance or public place.
women should dress modestly as to not arouse men. It leads the me to sin in thought, and has probably lead weaker men to react and if the advance is rejected, possibly rape.
Portia

Slough, UK

#75 May 22, 2011
I'm proud to say that I won't ever rape a woman. It is a woman's God given right to say no.
OMG

Chicago, IL

#77 May 22, 2011
guest wrote:
<quoted text>women should dress modestly as to not arouse men. It leads the me to sin in thought, and has probably lead weaker men to react and if the advance is rejected, possibly rape.
Are u friggin' kidding me?? Rape has NOTHING to do with a way a woman dresses!!! How dare u attempt to make a rape victim think it may have had something to do with how they behaved or dressed. Rape is a act of crime about overpowering women & dominating them by a man who has anger issues against women in general!!!!
INFO

Dexter, MO

#78 May 22, 2011
sounds like guest is exposing an inability to be around women without sex being on his mind and I am wondering if hes trying to confess to a sex crime without telling his name. They say that criminals always justfy their crime by blaming the victim and they always want to tell on themselves also.
female

Kennett, MO

#79 May 24, 2011
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow. That was deep. Too bad it doesn't actually apply to everyone. No I do not wear tight short shorts or tight low cut tops. I wear stuff that fits correctly. Shorts only just above the knee. Only skirts just below the knee. No cleavage whatsoever. You don't have to show your body in order to stay cool during the summer and to look attractive.
I wear my size also! Here's the deal, ive seen ppl mention actresses from 1930's and president's wifes from that time frame too. Today's style is different. I wear a medium and my clothes fit me "correctly" lol, And if you don't feel comfortable wearing the style then you always have options. Audrey Hepburn was a very attractive woman..but so is actresses today...you guys would probably drop dead if someone was to dress like that out to the ball park. All this is stupid, I say wear what you want. Ive seen very pretty moms dress in today's style and look good doing it. Nothing wrong with it in my books. But then again we always have those few, and as others mentioned probably can't wear the clothes talked about and it's this simple....women will be women...jealously lol, always pops it's lil head up. Then rape was mentioned, dang this thread has been all over the map. 1930's style, kids getting slapped by their dads, affairs, you name it..it's been mentioned. I just wanted to put my opinion up also.
thats baseball

Poplar Bluff, MO

#80 May 24, 2011
Let us not overlook the, "moms behind home plate crowd." Always a bunch of 'moms' heating-up and salivating over the young atheltic type umpires.

Is it the tight stretching 'coaches shorts' or possibly the cut-off tee, or maybe the head-band and sweat dripping off a overly tanned backside and legs?
Guest

Dexter, MO

#81 May 24, 2011
thats baseball wrote:
Let us not overlook the, "moms behind home plate crowd." Always a bunch of 'moms' heating-up and salivating over the young atheltic type umpires.

Is it the tight stretching 'coaches shorts' or possibly the cut-off tee, or maybe the head-band and sweat dripping off a overly tanned backside and legs?
I really never ever saw anyone checking out the umpire guys. Never. Not once.
wondering

Kennett, MO

#82 May 24, 2011
Does any of you ppl actually watch the game? LOL, this is absolutely the most immature "grip" I've ever in my life read! I've been randomly scanning thru the comments and it's all about a lady's clothing, a father's attitude, rapists, adultry, I mean seriously? And why was there only two individuals name's posted and other refered to with initials? The ladies who were mentioned needs to be thanked by others around that area, because for now the "spot-light" in on themm and others are getting a rest as far as ppl talking about them. And if indeeed the baseball mom who seeks attention, is really all about seeking attention, look she has center stage now. Just food for thought.
Teacher

Saint Louis, MO

#83 May 24, 2011
I have had kids tell me at school about certain women dressing inappropriate...what message are we sending to our young adolescents? We need to think about that.
Hmmm

Sikeston, MO

#84 May 24, 2011
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>
I really never ever saw anyone checking out the umpire guys. Never. Not once.
Well Coty Dawson is looking pretty good !! Nothing wrong with looking. I do focus on my kids game but it is a bit of a distraction when certain Mom's are wearing short shorts & tanks showing of their cleavage!! Id love to look as good as some of these ladies do after having 3 kids but how about a little bit longer shorts & tanks or t- shirts that leave a little bit moe to the imagination when at Family oriented events & leave the skimpier outfits for more appropriate occasions.

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