You can see them all over my campus: overly tanned girls with paper thin T-shirts and skirts that barely cover their tidey-whiteys. I always wondered what the point was...who came up with these outfits anyway? Do guys really think that is attractive?
I found the answer a few nights ago in a conversation about girl's dress with two of my guy friends. Through their ranting and raving, I discovered that current women's fashion is not at all appealing to them. They said it was ugly, unattractive, and absurd. They asked, "What are those things...do they still call them skirts? They're more like bandanas they tie around themselves. We don't want to see that. Girls need to put some clothes on."
I didn't know what to tell them, except, "Yeah, they still call them skirts."