And the drop of a hat in question, by men
Earlier today the gorgeous Katie Stallard, a reporter for Sky News, kindly provided more evidence of this practice in what was yet another text book example, in her report from the Philippines.
Check out the pictures below, where she has obviously agreed to be oppressed and indeed, suppresses her femininity and acquiesce to the demands of men, to cover herself up with a headscarf.
As if she was showing anything in the first place.
Bless her; she looks a bit forlorn.
As we know (Dr Who Audition 4/4/17), even the Prime Minister, Theresa May, who claimed to be 'pro-equality' and in favour of women's 'rights' covered herself up on her recent visit to Saudi Arabia.
Mind you, we're grateful for small mercies there.
Why haven't they got the balls to say 'no'?
I mean, conversely, do you think that men would strip off at the behest of women?
Err... maybe not the best analogy, as of course, indeed they would.
But you get the gist.
But rather more pertinently, since women constantly bleat on about how they shouldn't have to conform to how society and in particular, men think they should look and how they don't dress just to please them, it's all the more baffling.
They're obviously not that confident, after all.