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There is freedom of speech, freedom of dressing, and freedom of what have you and I am for all if it does not create any problem in the societies where we reside. The exposition of people’s bodies in many social media and their allies has grown to a point of concern globally. Take facebook as a case in the beam and behold there are multitude of nudity or near nudity by both men and women. Women are way ahead of the competition. Should the government promulgate a new law defining what level of body exposition is acceptable and what is not acceptable? Is exposing your body in the social media an index of low self esteem? If you are a CEO of a company, would you hire a lady who severely exposed her body on social media? What is the short and long term goals of individuals who expose themselves on social media and other sites? With regards to the ladies, what is “too exposed” and what is “too covered up” pertaining to dressing? Would you prefer to date or marry a woman that is “too exposed” or “too covered up”? Are these folks aware that their exposed body can spread all over the world with a click on a keyboard or a computer mouse?
Personally, if people do not know how to conduct themselves a law should be put in place to check their excesses. Could this be challenged in court as an interference with freedom of life style? Have we lost our sense of decency? What role can religion, culture and government play to minimize this phenomenon? I rest my keyboard. Welcome to http://www.provocativedebate.com.