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How many pictures of women in skimpy clothes have you seen today?

(13 Posts)
MurderOfProse Sat 02-Feb-13 18:43:00

I saw some earlier in a ski magazine, advertising ski tuition. If they actually teach dressed like that, I will eat my hat! grin

sashh Sat 02-Feb-13 08:20:09

I hate daytime TV because of the 'James villas' ads.
Every single female, whatever age in skimpy bikini, every male in baggy shorts.

WankbadgersBreakfast Fri 01-Feb-13 04:10:14

none-haven't left the house yet

badgeroncaffeine Fri 01-Feb-13 02:29:08

Not enough, but then I haven't read the Daily Mail website yet.

Doreen1a Fri 01-Feb-13 01:59:16

Bodybuilding mags usually have a pic of a semi-naked guy on the cover

Sunnywithshowers Fri 01-Feb-13 01:52:08

At least half a dozen. Gah.

ArbitraryUsername Wed 30-Jan-13 22:10:05

I don't think I've seen any. I might have done but it hasn't registered (which, n itself, would say something).

Pan Wed 30-Jan-13 22:06:15

Anyone been to a Hollister shop? I haven't but am told they have semi-naked model-type men stood outside as a promo. dd (13) is a Hollisterholic and I'm pretty hmm at the purpose of of these models, where the customer-focus is teenagers. And in my survey of onegrin, female. Sexualisation of 'children' aspect?

< not OP-specific point obv. but it's a rare(?) eg of semi-naked men used as a tool. As it were. Dismiss this as you deem fit.>

MrsClown1 Wed 30-Jan-13 21:44:59

About 6 I think. I called in the co op today and there was the usual crap. No semi naked men

Haven't seen any.

sooperdooper Wed 30-Jan-13 14:18:29

None tbh, watched breakfast tv earlier and been in work all day, everyone appears to have enough clothes on!

AmandaPayne Wed 30-Jan-13 14:15:22

I have not seen any tv (other than Cbeebies) and not been in any shops, so zero on that. However, my DD1 did just sit of a remote and turn the tv to a music channel for about 15 seconds. I would guess there were about three dozen women in bikinis. Men fully dressed.

kim147 Wed 30-Jan-13 13:44:16

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