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Should G Strings be banned on beaches?

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 3/2/2015 Category: Fashion
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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evaduff

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I don't feel G strings should be banned on beaches. Everyone has the right to wear the clothes of their choice. There are a variety of g strings available online on websites like http://www.dollboxx.com.au... and not all the types look obscene. There are many types which look modest enough and also makes a woman look stylish. I feel that there is no need to put a ban on g strings.
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I accept.

There was no indication of said beach being private, thereby for the purposes of this debate I will consider the beach public.

Studies show that exposing children to imagery of a sexual nature can lead to sexual deviance such as rape, sex addiction, , although it could be argued that a simple G-String is not 'sexual' per say. I would insist that until science sheds more light on the matter, the fight for G-String rights should be put on hold. (1)

Psychologist Dr. Victor Cline's findings suggest that memories of experiences that occurred at times of emotional arousal (which could include sexual arousal) are imprinted on the brain by epinephrine, an adrenal gland hormone, and are difficult to erase. Such stimulation to children can be highly toxic and pivotal in a child's psychological development. We should limit children's exposure to excessive nudity as much as possible. (2)

On a secondary note, the more a woman reveals her body several risks should be considered:

1) Risk to provoke rapists.
2) Risk to provoke consensual, unprotected sex that may lead to STD or unwanted pregnancy.
3) Risk to devalue women.
4) Risk of urinary tract infection due to less coverage of private organs.

To conclude, any one of the risks mentioned is a compelling reason to leave the G-String at home, at very least for now.

1) W. L. Marshall, "The Use of Sexually Explicit Stimuli by Rapists, Child Molesters, and Nonoffenders," The Journal of Sex Research 25, no.2 (May 1988): 267-88.
2) http://www.protectkids.com...
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Am I supposed to say argument extended? Hope to hear from you soon con.
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Posted by Lee001 1 year ago
Lee001
XD yes!! v
Posted by connorjfield 1 year ago
connorjfield
I think that depends entirely upon who is wearing said G string.
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