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Official Texas A&M Pregame / Game Thread

CUAviator

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Most interesting comment to me was half of the girls were dressed like hookers and the other half like strippers. 🙃
I hate hate hate when people use the term “dressed like a hooker”. I don’t find hooker outfits appealing at all - fishnets and fur and clashing colors. It’s gross. My money says no CU female student was dressed like that.
 

Uncle Ken

Orr no morr
Club Member
To cultists in College Station, a whore is anyone who wears a skirt that shows her knees.
Exactly. This is the right-leaning university in a state that has effectively banned abortion. Pointing out how women are dressed is a form of sexism through judgment and power.

He (presumably a he) didn't point out what dudes were wearing. Women have an appropriate way they should behave or they are labeled a slut or a hooker.

I know I'm kind of Mt.'ing your post here, and I'm sorry.
 

skibum

Did not pee on the Alamo.
Club Member
I hate hate hate when people use the term “dressed like a hooker”. I don’t find hooker outfits appealing at all - fishnets and fur and clashing colors. It’s gross. My money says no CU female student was dressed like that.
Just to pile on: in certain environments, like say, college station, anytime a woman dresses in a way that causes a male to notice her "sexy" features translates to "dressing like a hooker" (or stripper).

It ultimately places the responsibility for controlling male sexual urges on the female, which is ****ed up to say the least.

Real men control themselves, they don't control women.
 

Burrito Palazzo

meaningfulwords
Club Member
call hookers GIF
 

BuffsNYC

Captain Jazz Ass
Club Member
Exactly. This is the right-leaning university in a state that has effectively banned abortion. Pointing out how women are dressed is a form of sexism through judgment and power.

He (presumably a he) didn't point out what dudes were wearing. Women have an appropriate way they should behave or they are labeled a slut or a hooker.

I know I'm kind of Mt.'ing your post here, and I'm sorry.

It's like you're accusing me of overestimating the intellect of visitors to this forum.
 

CUAviator

Well-Known Member
Just to pile on: in certain environments, like say, college station, anytime a woman dresses in a way that causes a male to notice her "sexy" features translates to "dressing like a hooker" (or stripper).

It ultimately places the responsibility for controlling male sexual urges on the female, which is ****ed up to say the least.

Real men control themselves, they don't control women.
Totally agree. But my point is that I constantly hear people refer to woman who looks sexy (and by this, I mean well put together, put in some effort, ensemble matches) as a “hooker”. I think hookers look like ****. Strippers as well. Porn stars, maybe different story. But like you said, just because a lady looks sexy doesn’t equate to hooker.
I was thinking about posting examples. But then I didn’t.
 

Highlander

There can be only one
Club Member
Totally agree. But my point is that I constantly hear people refer to woman who looks sexy (and by this, I mean well put together, put in some effort, ensemble matches) as a “hooker”. I think hookers look like ****. Strippers as well. Porn stars, maybe different story. But like you said, just because a lady looks sexy doesn’t equate to hooker.
I was thinking about posting examples. But then I didn’t.
I have zero experience with hookers (basically) but I do have some experience with strippers. They sort of follow the normal bell curve of American society minus the managers giving more credence to thinness over an attractive face.

Mind you, I don't believe in the universal. I personally know one porn "star" to an extent. She was in the industry for 15+ years and, while being a very good person on a personal level, is a little bit of a mess. I know that isn't a shocker to anyone.
 

Buffnik

Real name isn't Nik
Club Member
Junta Member
I'm impressed that aTm Fan has the experience and expertise to readily differentiate between strippers and hookers based on how they're dressed.

But I'd like to educate them on the larger world outside Bumblefvck, TX and the surrounding "armpit of the southwest" area. If you're reading, please know that strong, confident women dress and behave without regard to how a bunch of unenlightened inbreds may judge them.

And please, if you understand nothing else, understand this: even if they like to party and dress in a way that makes them feel sexy -- in no way does that mean they have any interest in having sex with you or anyone else.
 

Uncle Ken

Orr no morr
Club Member
I have zero experience with hookers (basically) but I do have some experience with strippers. They sort of follow the normal bell curve of American society minus the managers giving more credence to thinness over an attractive face.

Mind you, I don't believe in the universal. I personally know one porn "star" to an extent. She was in the industry for 15+ years and, while being a very good person on a personal level, is a little bit of a mess. I know that isn't a shocker to anyone.
I see what you did there.
 

Buffnik

Real name isn't Nik
Club Member
Junta Member
I am not sure if the hooker or stripper designation is really a binary thing, but I guess you couldn’t expect an Aggie to grasp that concept.
Aggie and grasping have a unique relationship.
 

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skibum

Did not pee on the Alamo.
Club Member
I have zero experience with hookers (basically) but I do have some experience with strippers. They sort of follow the normal bell curve of American society minus the managers giving more credence to thinness over an attractive face.

Mind you, I don't believe in the universal. I personally know one porn "star" to an extent. She was in the industry for 15+ years and, while being a very good person on a personal level, is a little bit of a mess. I know that isn't a shocker to anyone.
Manhattan and I know a woman who ended up on a stripper pole for a living.

She was pretty smart, went to a great private college, and well, body was a 9 to 9.5, but face was closer to a 6.

Anyway, it was very sad to watch the train wreck, what surprised me was the entry point: a spring break wet t-shirt contest that a. didn't get as over the top as many, and b. she won.

It was "easy money" for her.

For a while.

Then the boob job (which she definitely did not need), and then the substance abuse. It was a terrible cycle.

I honestly don't know where she is today, but I hope she got it figured out.
 

Daaah

Club Member
Club Member
Manhattan and I know a woman who ended up on a stripper pole for a living.

She was pretty smart, went to a great private college, and well, body was a 9 to 9.5, but face was closer to a 6.

Anyway, it was very sad to watch the train wreck, what surprised me was the entry point: a spring break wet t-shirt contest that a. didn't get as over the top as many, and b. she won.

It was "easy money" for her.

For a while.

Then the boob job (which she definitely did not need), and then the substance abuse. It was a terrible cycle.

I honestly don't know where she is today, but I hope she got it figured out.
Shortly after college I worked with a guy in a coffee shop who used to be a porn star. Then he got into drugs and other stuff, was incarcerated, released, and lined up with the job at the coffee shop as some sort of reintroduction program. He was trying really hard at this ****ty dead-end coffee shop job. Hopefully it led to something meaningful for him, but I doubt it.
 

241Volcanos

Well-Known Member
Manhattan and I know a woman who ended up on a stripper pole for a living.

She was pretty smart, went to a great private college, and well, body was a 9 to 9.5, but face was closer to a 6.

Anyway, it was very sad to watch the train wreck, what surprised me was the entry point: a spring break wet t-shirt contest that a. didn't get as over the top as many, and b. she won.

It was "easy money" for her.

For a while.

Then the boob job (which she definitely did not need), and then the substance abuse. It was a terrible cycle.

I honestly don't know where she is today, but I hope she got it figured out.
She would drink. She would womanize…
 

manhattanbuff

Club Member
Club Member
Manhattan and I know a woman who ended up on a stripper pole for a living.

She was pretty smart, went to a great private college, and well, body was a 9 to 9.5, but face was closer to a 6.

Anyway, it was very sad to watch the train wreck, what surprised me was the entry point: a spring break wet t-shirt contest that a. didn't get as over the top as many, and b. she won.

It was "easy money" for her.

For a while.

Then the boob job (which she definitely did not need), and then the substance abuse. It was a terrible cycle.

I honestly don't know where she is today, but I hope she got it figured out.
Wait. Who is this???
 

skibum

Did not pee on the Alamo.
Club Member
Wait. Who is this???
We can chat later. Blonde, not CU ("private" and "college" are both key words).

It was a pretty shocking development; not surprised you didn't know that's where she ended up. I only found out because Al told me, and then she later just straight up told me what she was doing.

Side note to anyone reading this who later meets me in real life: ask me to tell you about the time we literally drank a hotel bar dry. I think Manhattan was part of that weekend, I know the stripper was, I still remember rolling into the bar Sunday morning afternoon and asking the bartender what they had "all we've got left is half a bottle of creme de menthe"

...

"could you put it in coffee?"
 
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