This is another in a long line of excellently posed and very sexy Stocking Cop cosplays from lollyMIMI, but on looking at the higher resolution image I'm immediately disappointed by noticing it's poorly focused (so low marks for technique, judging this as a piece of art overall rather than just the cosplay). This is a real shame as it's just the sort of picture that would make a fantastic poster: the cuffs, the PVC, the gorgeous figure almost casually tilted in that provocative way, the unabashed stare; who could resist? I particularly like this pose so it's a shame it's not as sharp as some of the others. As I've already indicated, I think Mimi makes a fantastic Stocking, her costume is great and her figure is perfect for the style, but I'd like to see her branch out in terms of her expressions, though this applies equally to every cosplayer I've seen in the roles of Panty & Stocking, who spend more time ranting and raving than they do pouting and being alluring. They're not just sexy, they're fun, angry and sexy, which I'd like to see more of in the cosplay, particularly from Mimi since she transforms herself so completely between cosplays. That said, this isn't the pose to try it on and it remains a bold, delicious, intensely sensual image.
Whoa dang, bro, sounds like you've got complimenting girls down to a science. Good luck finding yourself a real laifu waifu!
Tried to read your babbling on about what I believe to be about psycho lesbians and feminists with brain damage and self esteem issues, but then you brought up global warming and the Westboro Baptist Church, I knew I didn't need to skim any further - you know you're so wrong you're bringing religion and climate change into this. You know what, man, it's okay. No need to try any harder, you're just embarrassing yourself. We forgive you. Resume talking about your totally real wife and trying to imply you understand us to make yourself feel better. And just to help you out, I think you've got a MASSIVE penis, mandudebro! And I'm sure your wife has a just as real and desirable a vagina! Plow on, revolutionary complimenter!
Okay I read everything everyone sent here, and how can you not understand that you made a disgusting, objectifying comment despite a shit ton of girls telling you your comment was creepy?
You keep defending yourself like NO NO NO I AM JUST TRYING TO SAY SHE'S SEXY NOTHING ELSE. However your comment is still extremely objectifying, like hot damn this outfit I'd rip it off my wife and fuck her. Why would you say that and think it';s okay because OH WELL I WOULDN'T DO IT. HURRDURR. Also why does sex have to do with anything in this picture? This is a costume of a character who happens to yes, look sexy- but that doesn't give you the right to blurt out your interest in fucking people in outfits like this. We wouldn't be so offended if you would have apologized and said "Sorry I didn't mean it to come across as this, I meant to say you're sexy, and I understand the way I said it was creepy" Or something like that. Instead you got overly defensive, and will not acknowledge that it creeped out not only the person who is in the photo, but also all of her friends. If more than one person thought it was creepy and was also just a gross comment, then there is a pretty damn high chance that they're right about that.
"Okay I read everything everyone sent here, and how can you not understand that you made a disgusting, objectifying comment despite a shit ton of girls telling you your comment was creepy?"
Because it's not. In fact, I've made similar comments to other people and I've never had an over-reaction like this. In fact, I've used this SAME comment on another person's page and her response was, "Lmao, thanks! but nooooo I like the costume so much so I don't want it to break! :<"
I have never, EVER, been called objectifying by a normal woman. Ever. And again, my wife says this is ridiculous and just a feminist group throwing a tantrum because a guy is making a compliment. The world sure is becoming a shitty place with people like you. It really is. Do you even know the definition of objectification? Because I really don't think you do. I talked about the outfit being sexy. I included a potential significant other to deflect the comment from me seeming like I wanted to rape her. I made a compliment, initially, TO THE OUTFIT. Read my goddamn comment. It's about the outfit. I never once stated ANYTHING about HER. I said I hoped it wouldn't stay on for long with her husband/boyfriend. Assuming she wasn't a single woman. And assuming she was a straight woman. I don't see where it's wrong to assume the normal before the secondary. Objectifying someone is to look and talk to them like they are an object. If anything, I made the implication that after the costume were to be removed, crazy sex would start. That's not objectifying. That's going crazy about how hot you think the outfit is, and how good the woman looks in it. That's a pinnacle of sexual appreciation, and I have never heard of any woman being offended by my type of comment unless they were 1.) Lesbian. Or 2.) Feminist. Or 3.) Sexist. And you know how every last one of you are acting? Like all three. It's fucking ridiculous. Honestly of someone is offended my comment, they I would hate to live in their life. It must be a sad place.
" This is a costume of a character who happens to yes, look sexy- but that doesn't give you the right to blurt out your interest in fucking people in outfits like this."
Didn't say I would fuck her, did I? In fact, I don't find her to be that attractive. She's your average run of the mill cosplayer. And I'm not into REALLY thin girls. I found the outfit to be sexy. Not her. Objectification overruled--Fuck you.
" Instead you got overly defensive, and will not acknowledge that it creeped out not only the person who is in the photo, but also all of her friends. "
I will be overly defensive against overly offensive. I will acknowledge that it somehow creeped out not only the profile user, but a few of her watchers, and why is that? Because there's never just one feminist in a group. I could undoubtedly get my wife and a few other friends onto this site and counter-argue all of you, but I don't need to because I defend MYSELF, not let others do my bidding. Especially on the fucking internet.
"If more than one person thought it was creepy and was also just a gross comment, then there is a pretty damn high chance that they're right about that. "
More than one person thinks global warming is fake. I guess they're right about that, too. You girls live sad lives. I would love to hear the history behind why you are the way you are, but I'm afraid it would just be too brain-cell diminishing to read coming from a feminist group. It's like listening to the Westboro Baptist Church spew their fanaticism.
People see one person bitching so someone, and the rest of them want to bitch as well. That's how arguments start when there's other people around. They want to defend their friend, and people will defend their friends, even when they are in the wrong, and if they are internet friends, psychologically people switch through personae online and defend things even they would find stupid to defend. Look it up, it's true. And people don't even realize they do it. To me, this is what this is. A retarded, sexist, feminist group going on a rampage because I said something any guy was thinking, and it is because I'm a guy that this whole charade started. The way you're all acting is an embarrassment to women in my opinion. Hell, my own mother is gay and she's not this fucking arrogant if a guy compliments her.
I did have a good afternoon, I can't imagine you did having to comment back to apparently the big bad wolf. But I end this conversation with you here. If this is all you can offer, then it's to the blocked list you go like the other two. Same shit, different bitch. And I use the term bitch because that's how you're acting, not because I find women to be objects like in modern day rap. I figured I should explain that so I don't look "objectifying" again, though really I'm just trying to insult you and make you feel terrible about yourself because you should.
In what way? An honest opinion of how sexy an outfit is..? I'm sorry that the outfit is what it is. Furthermore her facial expression and pose tells me SHE'S TRYING to make the character seem sexy. Was I commenting on her actual looks and out right saying "OMG I WANT TO FUCK YOU"? Absolutely NOT. I see no point in why my comment would make any girl uncomfortable, if anything it should make her feel more secure and upbeat about herself. Calling someone sexy ISN'T an insult.
It's called cosplaying, and she's embodying a character. It's one thing to say that she looks great in the photo, that's a compliment, but making a comment on how you really hope her potential boyfriend/husband rips that outfit off of her is extremely uncomfortable to comment on. She's actually the one who pointed your comment out to me, and when I offered to say something, she said that she'd like that. Also, I personally don't feel more secure and upbeat from that sort of comment. It makes me feel cornered and uncomfortable, and frankly, she knows she's a strong beautiful woman and she absolutely doesn't need your input in order to feel secure and upbeat. Your opinion is not precious and sought after and all she saw it as was creepy and something to be uncomfortable about.
"It's called cosplaying, and she's embodying a character. It's one thing to say that she looks great in the photo, that's a compliment, but making a comment on how you really hope her potential boyfriend/husband rips that outfit off of her is extremely uncomfortable to comment on"
I don't see how. I really don't. Considering the fact that I said I hoped HER significant other would do the same. I'm a man, and when my wife surprises me with some sexy apparel, chances are I'mma try to make a move on her. Even if she's just trying it on and wanting to know my opinion. Is it so wrong to feel that way towards my wife? Is it wrong to hope her boyfriend/husband is into her enough that he'd try to pounce her? I think it would lead to good fun and let her know he's still into her. That's a GOOD thing. You, seeming very feminist at the moment, are blowing this way out of porportion, and I don't understand your reasoning.
"Also, I personally don't feel more secure and upbeat from that sort of comment. It makes me feel cornered and uncomfortable"
I can think of many reasons why. One being you were very shy or sheltered, which isn't a big deal, but it is something you can get over. People appreciating you isn't insulting or mean, so you shouldn't feel uncomfortable or cornered unless someone is constantly trying to get into your pants in a very provocative way. And I admit my comment may have been a bit risque, but at least I had the decency to involve her potential significant other into the fray to deflect it from seeming like I was trying to hit on her, but apparently that failed... some how?
"she knows she's a strong beautiful woman and she absolutely doesn't need your input in order to feel secure and upbeat. Your opinion is not precious and sought after and all she saw it as was creepy and something to be uncomfortable about."
Just because someone KNOWS she's strong and beautiful doesn't mean complimenting her is evil. If she knows it, then good for her. More power to her, and you should take lessons so you don't feel so uncomfortable and cornered when someone compliments you. Furthermore, if she KNOWS she is, then my comment should've blown right past her like the wind, which I suppose it did since she's not personally replying to me, and if she's asking you, or others to reply in her place, then she doesn't KNOW, and instead needs advising that compliments are good things.
I never implied my opinion was sought after, however, posting on a public image/art site is an implication that people want comments. Whether they be good or bad to improve themselves or feel they are at the top of their game. I never implied my opinion was precious. My opinion is the same as everyone else's--text in a comment that in real life will not matter. My opinion is my opinion, and be it or be it not sought after, I will give it because it is open for discussion and I will interject myself because I have a right to free speech.
Hopefully, if you take the time to read this, which I hope you did, this clears up some of the silliness of this argument. If it doesn't, then I have no further words. There's nothing more I can say to defend myself on the topic.
Okay, I'm not commenting because I'm UNCOMFORTABLE. All of my friends' comments have been approved by me.
Personally, I think it's ridiculous to assume so many things of me and of my friends just because of what you may or may not have heard from our comments. It's ironic that the friend you're accusing of being sheltered and shy is probably the most independent and self-confident person I know, and you're assuming these things of her just because she thinks the objectification of me and other women is disgusting.
I don't consider your comment as a compliment. Comments like the one you made are things that my friends and I use to differentiate between good people and creepers.
And as for the "husband/boyfriend" part, I am a proud, single woman, and you shouldn't even be making assumptions of my sexuality. Also, I wouldn't like to have that costume ripped off of me, thank you very much. Just because I'm trying to make the character look sexy, doesn't mean I want to have sex with someone while wearing it.
First off. I didn't objectify you. And if you would kindly point out how, then I'll accept this and apologize for an accident.
Secondly, my comment was very much a compliment, may you not take it that way, that's how I meant it. Why that makes you uncomfortable despite my inclusion of your POTENTIAL significant other is beyond me. And what is wrong with assuming a pretty girl isn't single? I don't know how much more basic I can elaborate this whole ordeal.
Thirdly, good for you. By all your cosplays and photoshoots I'd say you're a busy, well making it woman and congratulations... But I'm also seeing why you lot are offended by this. The whole, "assuming your sexuality" part may be giving that away, unless I'm again assuming something. But yeah. I see why this is all happening now. For the single fact that I'm a guy making a complimenting opinion. And it was JUST an opinion. Why in God's name you girls are taking this so life-threatening is beyond me, but I can take a couple guesses. You people are acting like I'm an objectifying sexist fiend and I have to say it's quite the opposite. In fact, by the why you all are handling this, BECAUSE I'm a guy, you all seem like uptight lesbian feminist and sexist. Now let me just say right off the bat, I'm not a discriminatory type of person. My wife is bisexual, and my profile page shows even more tolerant of how I am, but I call it how I see it. So, before this goes any further I'll retract my being here and let you go on with your lives since I've had SUCH a huge fucking influence of disaster. Even my wife thinks it's downright stupid of you all to be taking so wrongly.
Just because you see it as an overreaction, that doesn’t mean it’s actually an overreaction. All women are different in their reactions, as are men for that matter; and just because a woman responds in a way you’re not used to, doesn’t make it an overreaction. It’s an expression of discomfort, and while I’m sure many girls have been flattered, not every girl will be.
“Normal woman.” There is no such thing as the “normal” that you speak of. It sounds like you think “normal” women are supposed to be on a more submissive level and gobble up every “compliment” you throw at them. Again, just because a woman doesn’t accept your comment the way you want them to, doesn’t mean that there’s anything wrong with her, like you’re implying. Not all women are the same. Yes, you made more of a comment surrounding my outfit – but you included my potential significant other who would, in your mind, be a fool to not objectify me. I personally don’t want my outfit ripped off of me. I worked hard on making it, and I made it for myself. I’d be pretty pissed if it was forcibly ripped off of me, and my boyfriend or husband or girlfriend or wife or ANYONE forced themselves onto me for sex, whether I was interested or not.
Also, how is a lesbian or a single person not “normal?” You did say you assume the normal before the secondary. It’s not exactly rare for a woman to be happily single or for a woman to be interested in other women. All sexualities are normal in their own right, as are all romantic attachments or lack thereof. It also is completely unnecessary to talk about how “crazy sex” should happen if my significant other were to rip my cosplay off. Actually, if my potential significant other ripped off ANY of my cosplays, there would be no sex for weeks. Anyway, it’s an awkward topic, and uncomfortable.
I assure you me and my friends are not sexist; we have many close male friends who hold a great deal of our trust, and we love being in their company. In addition, what’s wrong with being a feminist and a lesbian? I am actually not a lesbian, but I still thought it was silly of you to assume my sexuality with little to go on. I have many friends who are in loving same sex relationships, whether they’re bisexual or lesbians, and I have very strong confident friends who identify as feminists. Feminism doesn’t mean the hatred and abuse of men, it’s the desire to seek out full equality for both genders and for women to not be objectified so easily. And again, you say lesbian and feminist like they’re dirty words, when they’re anything but. I like my life, thanks, and I’d hate to be stagnating in that basement of yours.
My friend never said you wanted to fuck me, she said “people in outfits like this.” You’re the one making a point of bringing up me in the outfit again. Also, you’ve already implied that you think I’m attractive in my outfit, and I feel like insulting my appearance is your sad way of lashing out. Also, I wouldn’t be considered REALLY thin, where I live. I’m at a healthy weight, and by most standards, am the healthy sort of skinny. And there was no need to say “fuck you,” to my friend for making valid points; she didn’t do that to you.
Those aren’t merely my watchers, they’re close friends of mine in real life. And my friends’ actions are not my own. I only was uncomfortable approaching you directly, and my close friend offered politely to dissuade you. Any comments she made after as well as comments made by my other friends were done of their own accord.
The moment you have to resort to making comparisons to the Westboro Baptist Church and global warming, you know you’re running out of things to say. And again, you keep acting like feminism is a bad thing. Would you rather pure male superiority? It sounds like it.
I highly doubt your own mother is gay, due to the fact that you seem desperate to make your point at any costs. It seems like you’ll say anything. Also, again, there is NOTHING wrong with being a feminist, or with my friends wanting to defend me. It’s ridiculous of you to assume that any woman who is a feminist – or, any woman who is uncomfortable because of certain comments - is sexist. Also, we would’ve had the exact same response if you were a woman. I have a lesbian friend who is very uncomfortable with any sexual comments coming from either gender. It’s pretty conceited of you to assume that this is a personal attack against you, when it’s merely us being uncomfortable with the general idea of it. Also, if your mother is gay, and your “wife” is bisexual, as you claim, why would you see anyone homosexual as abnormal?
Also, you blocking my friends implies that you’re afraid they’ll disprove anything you’ve said. If you’re so convinced you’re right, you shouldn’t feel the need to protect yourself by blocking them. You change your standing points, you change your way of speaking, and your “wife” seems to gain more character development the more we speak.
Last but not least, you and your wife got married pretty fast, man. One second, you’re calling her your girlfriend to one of my photographers, and literally within 24 hours, you guys got married. Congrats, send me a piece of wedding cake, I bet it was divine. Notice the difference in phrasing here: narmi89.deviantart.com/#/art/S... I’m sure by the time you’re done reading this message, your bouncing baby boy will be ready to burst out of your wife’s womb. Congrats in advance.
Haha, do you really think your opinion is so valued and sought after that it should automatically make a woman feel good about herself? Oh boy, you're in for a surprise when you step out of the basement, bub.
PS: Can body pillows actually change outfits now? Is that a thing? That's some newfangled technology there.
"Haha, do you really think your opinion is so valued and sought after that it should automatically make a woman feel good about herself?"
I didn't imply that. I implied my opinion was complimenting.
Also, the basement dweller insults don't apply to me so I'm not insulted. It's actually quite petty you tried to go that way. I don't understand the last part of your comment, though I'm sure at this point I wouldn't care either way.