Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we're asking a simple question. Is it controlling to demand your partner to not dress provocative? You may be saying to yourself: "What do you mean by not dress provocative?" Well, let us give you an example. James and Sara, a married couple, are getting ready to attend a gathering. When James sees what Sara has on, he notices her shorts are well above her thighs and so tight, you can see her camel toe. James lets Sara know that what she has on is too provocative to wear outside and that she needs to change because it's inappropriate.
Some will look at James as controlling while others will look at James as being a strong man who put his foot down the way any man should. Here's another example. Mike and Nicole are a couple who are having some friends come over for game night. When their guests arrive, Nicole is looking at Mike like he's crazy, because he's walking around with a pair of tight sweat shorts. Nicole pulls Mike to the side and let's him know he needs to change immediately because what he has on is too provocative. Mike asks Nicole what's the problem and Nicole replies "We can see your d!c# print and maybe you're okay with your buddies seeing what your packing, but my girlfriends surely aren't gonna be seeing it!"
Is Nicole controlling or logical? These are the type of debates we'll be discussing tonight. With the rise in quote-unquote "toxic masculinity", it has become increasingly difficult for men to speak their minds and put their foot down without facing public scrutiny and being accused of being toxic and verbally and mentally abusive. Some would say feminism plays a significant role in this current climate, as they continue to push their agenda and denounce masculinity.
Oh, it's about to get real tonight! Don't miss out!
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