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Of course. In fact, I encourage it.
I mean this quite literally. It is not at all tasteful to have your arm hanging out the window or a foot dangling by the sideview mirror. Of course, it’s fine to roll the windows down and put your hand out to feel the air rush by, but to put out your feet or your limbs is rude and stupid.
I’m sorry you feel that way. Yet, I don’t understand why my aversion for rudeness and vulgarity is in any way disempowering. My blog promotes self-confidence, happiness, and embracing oneself, as well courtesy, style, and grace. I don’t see why that’s necessarily a bad thing.
And what exactly is female empowerment? Because your comment is implying that it isn’t in any way feminine - and femininity defines my blog and my beliefs. I can be powerful in any way I choose, and if I happen to choose to be a lady, that doesn’t make me any less powerful than someone who isn’t.
Oh, I just knew I was going to get a lot of grief for this one, so allow me to explain.
I’m a strong believer that once you’re out of the house, you should be ‘complete’, by which I mean that you shouldn’t be applying your make up or pulling on socks on the bus. With regards to adjusting your underwear in public, I think that it’s rude to essentially force someone to watch you adjust your boobs in your bra cups, or pull your wedgie. Of course some people are perfectly fine with that but you’re always going to find someone who’s going to be offended, disgusted, or uncomfortable. I think it’s best, if you can, to excuse yourself to the bathroom or find a hidden corner and do what you need to do.
Of course, lagging behind your group of friends for a moment or stepping out of a circle will also suffice.
It’s sort of like picking your nose or when a boy adjusts himself in front of other people, it’s just not something other people want to see.