is there a specific outfit she's supposed to wear all throughout her life before being able to properly speak out? every time women in public choose to speak out, they're almost always brought down with this sort of criticism (what they wear, how they look, their attitudes, etc). nice job reinforcing that.
yea, pants with an ass. i guess i should preface though, i'm not against women wearing sexy clothing, nor do i believe they welcome unwarranted attention for doing so, but if you're going to speak out for me, especially since i take female advocacy very seriously, please be able to substantially back it up, ie wearing pants with an ass. fuck, 99% (lol) of female performers don't even make it into pants before they hit the door these days! weird/sad.