Sunday, March 18, 2012

The trouble with women's bodies

In many cultures, the allure of a woman's hair and/or body is considered too much to take for the male eye, causing his mind to stray from more important issues such as work and/or God.

I've never understood why the solution to this problem is to cover the woman up?
My solution would be something akin to this, freeing the man from the glaring and distracting beauty of womanhood while letting the woman go on with her life.

"Many racehorse trainers believe these keep the horse focused on what is in front of him, encouraging him to pay attention to the race rather than other distractions, such as crowds."

"Many Swedish bloggers believe these keep the man focused on what is in front of him, encouraging him to pay attention to his life and work rather than other distractions, such as women."

An alternative could be to introduce sports tv, an effective albeit temporary way to minimize interest in women's bodies.

2 comments:

  1. Excellent proposal. Our good friend Sylvester always gets upset when people start talking about women's dress habits, as if he automatically gets stamped as a maniacal sexual freak, not able to control his eyes, mind, actions, etc. at the sight of some female skin.

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  2. Dear Emi,

    No need to propose this. It has already been practiced by men all over the world since the introduction of television.

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