But I digress.
As I was saying, I firmly believe in celebrating the human form, whatever gender, shape, or size it comes in. But I implore the women of State College to consider what they are saying with their clothes. There's a fine line between sexy and trashy and it seems like people are blurring and crossing that line a little more each day.
There was a young woman standing in front of me at the game with her see-thru shirt tucked up into her bra, exposing tattoos and a navel piercing. Again, it's wonderful that she has the confidence to walk around Beaver Stadium like that but I'm wondering if she is aware of the message she is sending.
As most mens' columns in Cosmo will tell you, guys enjoy when women leave a little something to the imagination. Women get upset when men say that they look "trashy" or "easy," yet that is the message that many people are sending, typically on Saturday night but also in the middle of the afternoon.
I'm not saying to run around in a turtleneck and dust off your ankle-length skirts (unless that's your personal style, in which case, go out there and rock it), I'm just saying think about what the clothes on your back are saying about you.