Teen Netizens wonder over girl groups exposing too much skin

Teens talk about girl group clothing and dances

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When is skin exposure too much? Female idols often wear erotic clothing while performing suggestive dances, but is there a right or wrong about it?

OP: Anyone can see that they are wearing erotic outfits and doing erotic dance moves like the obvious leg spreads to appeal to men. Half of their butt cheeks are exposed; seriously, if they voluntarily turn themselves into products like that, how can female equality be ever achieved… seriously, I really hope that they would cut it down.[…]

Teen netizens aren’t sure they agree and actually it’s a complicated discussion.

“They will just push a concept that’s even more erotic than sexy concepts which is the Lolita concept”

“Girl crush concepts are much better than sexy concept, like Black Pinkㅇㅇ… I think that I’m gonna become a fan of female groups. When they do exaggerated sexy concepts, it just makes me feel bad for them… no matter how much money they make.”

It’s commendable that they are trying to understand the implications, but OP perhaps misunderstands that female equality (or inequality) does not come from how a woman dresses.

One comment comes close to making this point.

“The exposure is not the problem… Just look at Beyonce, she has her fair amount of exposure but she doesn’t look erotic at all. Instead, she looks cool and strong. I personally find that wearing uniform and acting like a little kid worse… if you look at some years ago, when BoA did Girls on Top, she said that she was above all the guysă…  and Miss A’s Bad Girl Good Girl and I Don’t Need a Man too. Now, everyone is either doing the uniform concept or wear girly/young-looking clothes. Their lyrics are also passively sexuală… ă… ”

But somehow misses it.

It’s more like you do you and try not to judge anyone else for them doing them. It’s extremely unlikely girl groups will change their formula by too much.

Sources: PannChoa

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