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Why are very unclothed girls running university sikh societies?

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42 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

Makes you wonder if it is a good idea to send your own children there. lol

 

University is just a waste of money unless you get into the sciences or health drs, dental etc

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Lack of Sharam is what it's all about. This is all the dark effects of Kaliyug. Besharmi is now supreme. Free sex before marriage, shockingly reprobate lifestyles like homosexuality have become normalized within our lifetime. 

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On 9/21/2019 at 9:26 AM, ipledgeblue said:

I don't even think that some of these societies have simran or paat or discussion sessions, just activities to go out (such as paintballing which seems to be popular every year) and call down speakers from BoS to do talks now and then etc. I remember a decade ago some sikh societies were improving with discussions etc.

Seems to be a case of the blind leading the blind.

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On 9/22/2019 at 7:30 AM, Redoptics said:

Why is it always about women,  it's ok for men to wear v neck showing off their chest, wear tight t shirts to show off their biceps,  wear tight trousers to show off their cockkkk, once o women does the same then its hell fire. Both men and women are cuffed.  Because they are imitating what they see. Turn that damn tv off because if you didnt know they are programming you. That is why they call them program's.

What are you even talking about?

Men might wear V-necks at the gym or such, but certainly not to the office. You seriously want to claim men wear V-necks to the office?

Men wear tight trousers to show of their whatevers? When have you ever seen that? 

On the other hand, it's extremely common to wear deep neck blouses, half-sleeve, sleeveless, tube top, crop top, mini-skirts, etc.

When have you ever seen a mean wearing a sleeveless shirt or a crop top to work?

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On 9/22/2019 at 9:17 AM, Wicked Warrior said:

Turns out that some apne were using it as a way to meet new guys and girls to develop sexual relationships. 

Basically, it should be clear that dating is not allowed in Sikhism. Once you accept that, then it's fine to "socialize" (i.e., talk with people).

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On 9/22/2019 at 10:04 AM, Ranjeet01 said:

It means that you have higher value and are attractive to a non Punjabi non Sikh women and this creates confusion to them because you being a Punjabi Sikh male is supposed to mean that you are an ugly hairy pervert. 

Excellent analysis, bro. Right on the dot.

Basically, Punjabis have an inferiority complex. They believe that they are lower than the typical Westerner, therefore they denigrate all things Sikh, including the Sikh roop.

Nowadays, it's become typical for Sikh females to have to distinction from the form of Western females. As such, they think they are high-value in the eyes of Western men. Therefore they devalue Sikh men.

Totally true that they are thrown for  a loop when they see a non-Punjabi woman even so much as talking with a Sikh man (not that I'm encouraging dating).

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On 9/22/2019 at 9:21 AM, Big_Tera said:

Why are you jealous?

If women want to show their flesh . Why cant they? They are beautiful.

If you have got it flaunt it.

Sounds like sour grapes

So your plan for the Sikh panth is have it imitate mainstream UK society where around half of marriages end in divorce, and they are not even replacing their own population?

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On 9/22/2019 at 11:46 AM, Redoptics said:

Well stop saying it's just females that's all I'm saying  and this is no PC bs it's just the truth

What?

Even in Western culture, men do not "show off" their bodies (other than maybe bodybuilder competitions). There's simply nothing showing in what men wear to work. It is "just females".

And at Sikh weddings and such, if women are wearing tight clothes and crop tops, are men also? No. You know that full well. They wear dress shirts and pants or suits. What's showing?

What are you on about?

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46 minutes ago, BhForce said:

Basically, it should be clear that dating is not allowed in Sikhism. Once you accept that, then it's fine to "socialize" (i.e., talk with people).

Whilst you and I know this, many apne don’t know or (more likely) don’t care. They want to date. They want to drink, smoke, do drugs, have sex etc. They want to copy what everyone else around them does, what they see on TV. The way of the world has such a grasp on apne that they don’t care about values such as modesty, self-control. They have no idea about building their spiritual selves, making their souls pure. They look outwards and act in the same way. 

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1 minute ago, Wicked Warrior said:

Whilst you and I know this, many apne don’t know or (more likely) don’t care. They want to date. They want to drink, smoke, do drugs, have sex etc. They want to copy what everyone else around them does, what they see on TV. The way of the world has such a grasp on apne that they don’t care about values such as modesty, self-control. They have no idea about building their spiritual selves, making their souls pure. They look outwards and act in the same way. 

This, bro.

The funny thing is if you tell non-Punjabis about making your souls pure via self-control and spirituality, they become extremely interested. Apne? They'll think you're sheltered and know nothing of the world.

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2 hours ago, BhForce said:

What are you even talking about?

Men might wear V-necks at the gym or such, but certainly not to the office. You seriously want to claim men wear V-necks to the office?

Men wear tight trousers to show of their whatevers? When have you ever seen that? 

On the other hand, it's extremely common to wear deep neck blouses, half-sleeve, sleeveless, tube top, crop top, mini-skirts, etc.

When have you ever seen a mean wearing a sleeveless shirt or a crop top to work?

I see it all the time its called causual smart apparently 

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1 minute ago, Redoptics said:

I see it all the time its called causual smart apparently 

I admit that some men are wearing somewhat tighter pants than before, but it's still not the skin tight jeans that (many) women wear.

Also, in  a page that comes up on search, where is there a picture of men wearing sleeveless shirts or crop tops?

https://www.primermagazine.com/2018/learn/what-is-smart-casual  

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In most workplaces particularly offices, the men's dress code is far stricter than the women's dress code. 

With the extreme high temperatures a lot of men would like to wear shorts but are not able to do so. Whereas women can wear trousers, long skirts, short skirts, shorts.

In some offices where men can wear short sleeve shirts, they are not allowed t-shirts, they have to be collared or they can wear polo shirts. No such restrictons for women.

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5 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

In most workplaces particularly offices, the men's dress code is far stricter than the women's dress code. 

No kidding. The top Google search results for "smart casual women" is:

https://www.thetrendspotter.net/smart-casual-dress-code-for-women/

Look through that page and try to tell me that men wear everything that women wear.

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