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bignatslover

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One time I was asking a female co-worker about her busty friend and she said "We were on a trip together and she changed in front of me and I saw her topless". 
I couldn't help but wonder if this was some subliminal way of the busty woman establishing herself as alpha/apex female by proving her breasts to be larger.

I think it's possible because when I was working out a lot I would make a point to show-off my muscles next to my less-muscular friends.

Do you think women dress/undress around each other to establish dominance?

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solvegas

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Re: Do you think women dress/undress around each other to establish dominance?
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2017, 07:00:07 PM »
Of course it is a power play. Both sexes do it even though it is done differently.  The prime directive of life is to pass your genes to the next generation. The competition that this entails means that individuals will engage in behaviour necessary to prevail. Women dress more to impress each other than to men. So just remember,  its a competition.

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Robin_K

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Re: Do you think women dress/undress around each other to establish dominance?
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2017, 09:29:08 PM »
I beg to differ. We've so often heard that women with large breasts are unfairly judged by other women. They are made to feel lesser. In any case, I think only our women members can give us any idea.

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TheBoobGuy

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Re: Do you think women dress/undress around each other to establish dominance?
« Reply #3 on: December 09, 2017, 09:45:20 PM »
One of my favourite kinds of pictures os the "Yes, I am so much bigger and we both know it", but when there there is an air of malicious intent about it. A real feeling of it being a subtle domination that they both know about. So hard to find any though.
BustiBobbi and Serena_38N are all(c)TBG in addition to their respective owners.

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Robin_K

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Re: Do you think women dress/undress around each other to establish dominance?
« Reply #4 on: December 09, 2017, 10:53:15 PM »
Where is all this dressing/undressing going on, anyway? Locker rooms? Then they are dressing/undressing for the same reasons that men do. Because they don't want their clothes to get stinky. I've never expressed dominance -- or tried to, or experienced it -- in a locker room.

On the other hand, I confess that if a busty woman undressed in front of me, I would be helpless.  ;)