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Old 04-21-2005, 10:59 AM
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OK I figured I would make my very first post in the female forum and get some input from the ladies on this site.

Ok to get to the point...I am constantly getting into arguments with my gf about her choice of attire. She has great taste but is a little too revealing. She has toned it down a lot in the past couple of years but it is still a little too much for my liking. It is bad enough that too many guys stare and I have found myself in many altercations before.

So summer is coming and I dread it. Those low waisted pants, halter tops drive me nuts. I mean I find them attractive but not on my gf... [img]/forum/images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img] ,for obvious reasons.

Ok so this has nothing to do with trust...nobody can even approach her she is a total ([---]) to strangers and the rock never leaves her finger. Also she is far from insecure she is very confident so it is not a matter of needing attention. Yet she attracts too much unecessary attention and I worry about her. I also don't want to give the impression that she dresses like she is a street walker because it's not that bad. She is classy just a little too revealing.

I have pretty much tried every angle and like I said she has improved but still too much so I am not sure what else to do or say. She does anything for me but now she thinks I want her to look like a muslim woman which is also not the case.

Any ideas cause I am getting grey hairs over this.

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