Anonymous asked: It appears that you oppose the hoody statement, which is fine. But here's something I would like you to understand. If you have stretched lobes, people who are not into mods and such would think it's strange. If you're a girl and you have a tramp stamp, men are going to think you're loose. What you wear can make a big difference on a persons opinion of you.
Well sure, how you dress might influence how people think of you. But how people think of you is different than how they act towards you. IF having a tramp stamp is a sign that a girl is “loose”, that does not mean it is acceptable or justifiable to rape her. And IF wearing a hoodie is a sign that a teenager is a “hoodlum”, that does not mean it is legal to shoot him.
The “hoody statement” was used to justify, or at the very least distract from, the real issue which is that a man followed an unarmed teenager away from his property, was told by the police to stop pursuing the boy, ended up shooting the boy, and has not been indicted for ANY crimes.
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