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Barakkus
Posted - 2011.06.06 17:57:00 - [91]
 

Originally by: Atticus Fynch
Correct me if Im wrong but isnt this why the "pleasure hubs" were removed from EVE? I think the ambulation designers forgot about this when designing the clothing parameters for the avatars.


Oh, they tried to sterilize the clothing options and it caused a forum riot of sorts when all females had to have shirts that covered up their cleavage...the comments ranged from calling CCP staff puritanical, religious zealots to the typical **** comments that always come out on internet forums. :P

Adelain Niska
Minmatar
Pator Tech School
Posted - 2011.06.06 22:14:00 - [92]
 

Originally by: Camron Champagne

On a side note once Incarna comes out all my male toons will be dressed like hookers with bulging pecs, rippling 6-pack abs and bulbous biceps.


And they still won't be half as handsome as me.

Adelain Niska
Minmatar
Pator Tech School
Posted - 2011.06.06 22:26:00 - [93]
 

Edited by: Adelain Niska on 06/06/2011 22:47:44
Originally by: Atticus Fynch


The act of walking around topless may not be a sexual act or indecent but it does provoke arousal does it not?


IRL I get turned on by looking a a beautiful woman's face, her legs and such, as I am sure a lot of men do. Should women cover themselves? No? Good.

Scarlet des Loupes
Gallente
University of Caille
Posted - 2011.06.06 22:34:00 - [94]
 

I don't have too much cleavage. And furthermore, they should provide the girls with some decent coats, I'm not some biker or guerilla fighter.

Jenny Spitfire
Caldari
Posted - 2011.06.06 23:01:00 - [95]
 

Eve's clevage is second to none when compared to the game encourages players to lie, cheat, kill, murder, steal ****Grand Theft Auto.

Feels a bit up side down.

Borun Tal
Minmatar
Space Pods Inc
Posted - 2011.06.06 23:09:00 - [96]
 

OP, you're distracted by cartoon cleavage?

Wow. Just--- wow.

Morganta
Posted - 2011.06.06 23:20:00 - [97]
 

Barbie in space?

<<<<<

I refute it thus...

Atticus Fynch
Gallente
Posted - 2011.06.06 23:24:00 - [98]
 

Originally by: Borun Tal
OP, you're distracted by cartoon cleavage?

Wow. Just--- wow.


Borun, you have trouble reading detail aside from the headline?

Wow. Just--- wow.

Atticus Fynch
Gallente
Posted - 2011.06.06 23:38:00 - [99]
 

Originally by: Aeronwen Carys


The fact that he says women dress like ****s shows he has little to no respect for a woman's right to dress how she pleases, as men have been doing since forever. It also shows that HIS view of women is skewed as he finds it easier to see the predators point of view than that of the victims.


NO one has the right to do or dress "as they please." All these "rights" are an illusion becuase the effect on society as a whole comes into play. I could not walk down the middle of my town in a thong without police getting involved and mothers shielding the eyes of their children in the street.

Ironically, when it comes to feminine dress the goal is always "sexy." Problem is, "sexy" is a realtive term and the edge is always being pushed once the initial "sexy clothes" have become passe and people have become desensitized to them

That is why the "sexy" clothing of the 21st century is basically just the hooker clothing of the 20th century.

Jenny Spitfire
Caldari
Posted - 2011.06.06 23:39:00 - [100]
 

Originally by: Aeronwen Carys
Since that original comment and my reply were removed about 2 minutes after I reported it, it seems clear that CCP saw the same thing as me. I suggest you re-read what he wrote.

The fact that he says women dress like ****s shows he has little to no respect for a woman's right to dress how she pleases, as men have been doing since forever. It also shows that HIS view of women is skewed as he finds it easier to see the predators point of view than that of the victims.


I re-read the poster and I still come to the same conclusion.

Well, it can be said that men can be predators (that is the wrong thing to do), and if a party decides to dress provocatively and it somehow increases the chances of being preyed upon by unlawful predators then the said party should take the initiative to reduce that chances too.

Henceforth, preventing such incident from occurring in the first place. It is just the way he said it is less diplomatic ****rude.

It is like knowing that smoking increases your chances of cancer and cancer being the predator. What you should be doing is not to smoke because it is also your part to try to reduce the chances in the first place. Or knowing that it is dark, so avoid taking the short cut through an alley.

I am not saying women shouldn't dress how they like. It is just that knowing there is a danger, then do what it takes to reduce those chances of incidents from occuring.

Scarlet des Loupes
Gallente
University of Caille
Posted - 2011.06.06 23:45:00 - [101]
 

Originally by: Jenny Spitfire
.. predators ..

Well I'm glad that it's just a game and you can't really harm other players like in sexual harassment .. even if it's just pixels the intention is the same, it would be really disgusting! Rolling Eyes

*shivers*

Jenny Spitfire
Caldari
Posted - 2011.06.06 23:48:00 - [102]
 

Originally by: Atticus Fynch
Originally by: Aeronwen Carys


The fact that he says women dress like ****s shows he has little to no respect for a woman's right to dress how she pleases, as men have been doing since forever. It also shows that HIS view of women is skewed as he finds it easier to see the predators point of view than that of the victims.


NO one has the right to do or dress "as they please." All these "rights" are an illusion becuase the effect on society as a whole comes into play. I could not walk down the middle of my town in a thong without police getting involved and mothers shielding the eyes of their children in the street.

Ironically, when it comes to feminine dress the goal is always "sexy." Problem is, "sexy" is a realtive term and the edge is always being pushed once the initial "sexy clothes" have become passe and people have become desensitized to them

That is why the "sexy" clothing of the 21st century is basically just the hooker clothing of the 20th century.


You have also hit the nail on the coffin.

Also sexy comes in many forms. Wearing short and revealing clothes is not sexy. However, wearing regal, smart or casual attire with matching hair style, make up and accessories can be sexy.

CCP Zymurgist


Gallente
C C P
Posted - 2011.06.06 23:52:00 - [103]
 

Thread has been cleaned. Please try to remain on topic.

Jenny Spitfire
Caldari
Posted - 2011.06.06 23:52:00 - [104]
 

Originally by: Scarlet des Loupes
Originally by: Jenny Spitfire
.. predators ..

Well I'm glad that it's just a game and you can't really harm other players like in sexual harassment .. even if it's just pixels the intention is the same, it would be really disgusting! Rolling Eyes

*shivers*


What do you mean by that?

Solar Blade
Posted - 2011.06.06 23:56:00 - [105]
 

If you want Polygonal cleavage, may I suggest the Witcher 2.
Lots of cleavage to be found in that game.

Atticus Fynch
Gallente
Posted - 2011.06.07 00:24:00 - [106]
 

Edited by: Atticus Fynch on 07/06/2011 00:24:56
Originally by: Jenny Spitfire

You have also hit the nail on the coffin.

Also sexy comes in many forms. Wearing short and revealing clothes is not sexy. However, wearing regal, smart or casual attire with matching hair style, make up and accessories can be sexy.


I'll tell you, I love a smartly dressed woman. I love the mystery. A woman that is overt by being scantilly clad in the name of being "sexy" just comes across as trashy and unimaginative.
But a well dressed woman is intriguing as she leaves much for the (male) imagination which is what sex is all about.
Not the in-your-face skin-fest that the media peddles today.

Case in point: the character "Rachel" in Blade Runner.
From the moment she came on screen she was just damn sexy. Shocked

Yet she was fully dressed. Compared to the stripper/dancer with the snake and the bare tiddies in the same movie, Rachel had her beat by a mile.

But that's me. Catch the movie sometime and see what I mean.

Jenny Spitfire
Caldari
Posted - 2011.06.07 00:51:00 - [107]
 

Originally by: Atticus Fynch
Edited by: Atticus Fynch on 07/06/2011 00:24:56
Originally by: Jenny Spitfire

You have also hit the nail on the coffin.

Also sexy comes in many forms. Wearing short and revealing clothes is not sexy. However, wearing regal, smart or casual attire with matching hair style, make up and accessories can be sexy.


I'll tell you, I love a smartly dressed woman. I love the mystery. A woman that is overt by being scantilly clad in the name of being "sexy" just comes across as trashy and unimaginative.
But a well dressed woman is intriguing as she leaves much for the (male) imagination which is what sex is all about.
Not the in-your-face skin-fest that the media peddles today.

Case in point: the character "Rachel" in Blade Runner.
From the moment she came on screen she was just damn sexy. Shocked

Yet she was fully dressed. Compared to the stripper/dancer with the snake and the bare tiddies in the same movie, Rachel had her beat by a mile.

But that's me. Catch the movie sometime and see what I mean.


Spot on again. You have magically taken words from my mouth and made them even sexier. All points about how someone can be sexily dressed, may it be male or female is when they have that wow-factor that is most alluring.

Anne Arqui
Minmatar
Diamonds in the Rough Enterprises
Posted - 2011.06.07 12:20:00 - [108]
 

Originally by: Atticus Fynch
I get the feeling come Incarna, the EVE I knew will slowly fade away into "Barbie In Space." I say this with a sense of disappointment and some dread.

I hope CCP catches on to this becuase the "immersion" factor is slowly fading away. Instead of feeling like I'm shooting at the "enemy," I'll be locking on to interstellar tiddys.

I bet that after we get Burqas for AUR, people will start to look a lot more immersive again, Atticus.

Patience.

Aeronwen Carys
Sebiestor Tribe
Posted - 2011.06.07 12:27:00 - [109]
 

Originally by: Jenny Spitfire
Originally by: Atticus Fynch
Edited by: Atticus Fynch on 07/06/2011 00:24:56
Originally by: Jenny Spitfire

You have also hit the nail on the coffin.

Also sexy comes in many forms. Wearing short and revealing clothes is not sexy. However, wearing regal, smart or casual attire with matching hair style, make up and accessories can be sexy.


I'll tell you, I love a smartly dressed woman. I love the mystery. A woman that is overt by being scantilly clad in the name of being "sexy" just comes across as trashy and unimaginative.
But a well dressed woman is intriguing as she leaves much for the (male) imagination which is what sex is all about.
Not the in-your-face skin-fest that the media peddles today.

Case in point: the character "Rachel" in Blade Runner.
From the moment she came on screen she was just damn sexy. Shocked

Yet she was fully dressed. Compared to the stripper/dancer with the snake and the bare tiddies in the same movie, Rachel had her beat by a mile.

But that's me. Catch the movie sometime and see what I mean.


Spot on again. You have magically taken words from my mouth and made them even sexier. All points about how someone can be sexily dressed, may it be male or female is when they have that wow-factor that is most alluring.


And yet the Greek idea of sexy was to be nude.

Scarlet des Loupes
Gallente
University of Caille
Posted - 2011.06.07 12:41:00 - [110]
 

Originally by: Aeronwen Carys
And yet the Greek idea of sexy was to be nude.

The greeks also had other funny ideas, doesn't mean their ideas and ideals are universal.

Aeronwen Carys
Sebiestor Tribe
Posted - 2011.06.07 12:56:00 - [111]
 

Originally by: Scarlet des Loupes
Originally by: Aeronwen Carys
And yet the Greek idea of sexy was to be nude.

The greeks also had other funny ideas, doesn't mean their ideas and ideals are universal.



My point, which clearly sailed clean over your head, is that what was sexy then isn't considered sexy today, and what some people here consider sexy won't be so in 20 years.

Scarlet des Loupes
Gallente
University of Caille
Posted - 2011.06.07 13:00:00 - [112]
 

Originally by: Aeronwen Carys
My point, which clearly sailed clean over your head, is that what was sexy then isn't considered sexy today, and what some people here consider sexy won't be so in 20 years.

Okie, point taken! :)

Jenny Spitfire
Caldari
Posted - 2011.06.07 13:15:00 - [113]
 

Originally by: Aeronwen Carys
And yet the Greek idea of sexy was to be nude.


That's old fashion. Might as well rollback to the time of Adam and Eve. Everything was sexy without the extra baggage. Rolling Eyes

Also not all ideas from the Greeks are good for all of us, e.g. high debt ceiling. I am sure you wouldn't want to follow that sexy path, would you?

Skippermonkey
Tactical Knightmare
Posted - 2011.06.07 13:22:00 - [114]
 

Originally by: MotherMoon
you know what, both me and my wife love boobs.

I like your wifes boobs TOO!

We have so much in common!

Irulan Corinno
Caldari
714th SQN - Snowflakes
Posted - 2011.06.07 14:01:00 - [115]
 

Originally by: Atticus Fynch
I hope CCP catches on to this becuase the "immersion" factor is slowly fading away. Instead of feeling like I'm shooting at the "enemy," I'll be locking on to interstellar tiddys.

It's perfectly fine with me if you only shoot male players.

Uuali
Posted - 2011.06.08 02:04:00 - [116]
 

Originally by: Aeronwen Carys
Originally by: Scarlet des Loupes
Originally by: Aeronwen Carys
And yet the Greek idea of sexy was to be nude.

The greeks also had other funny ideas, doesn't mean their ideas and ideals are universal.



My point, which clearly sailed clean over your head, is that what was sexy then isn't considered sexy today, and what some people here consider sexy won't be so in 20 years.


Mwuhahaha! Almost there honey:
15 years and still sexy!

Joan Avon
Amarr
We See Dead People
Atlas.
Posted - 2011.06.08 02:32:00 - [117]
 

Edited by: Joan Avon on 08/06/2011 02:33:24
Originally by: Jenny Spitfire

I re-read the poster and I still come to the same conclusion.

Well, it can be said that men can be predators (that is the wrong thing to do), and if a party decides to dress provocatively and it somehow increases the chances of being preyed upon by unlawful predators then the said party should take the initiative to reduce that chances too.

Henceforth, preventing such incident from occurring in the first place. It is just the way he said it is less diplomatic ****rude.

It is like knowing that smoking increases your chances of cancer and cancer being the predator. What you should be doing is not to smoke because it is also your part to try to reduce the chances in the first place. Or knowing that it is dark, so avoid taking the short cut through an alley.

I am not saying women shouldn't dress how they like. It is just that knowing there is a danger, then do what it takes to reduce those chances of incidents from occuring.


Absolute nonsense.
~By that token one could argue that the best preventative step we can take to reduce such preditors is to send all the males to one place and segregate them from the females. then regardless of how the women dress or act or do anything the risk of predation remains zero.

You, and only you, are solely and completly responsible for your behavior regardless of how anyone around you is dressed or acts period. unfortunately such risks do exist in life, should the worst happen the victim is in no way, shape, or form, responsible or at fault for the preditors actions. They are his and his alone.

CCP Spitfire


C C P
C C P Alliance
Posted - 2011.06.08 06:46:00 - [118]
 

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