Discussion in 'Temptation Resort Cancun' started by fun hunter, Dec 21, 2017.
To Ditto ScubaSteve's Post, I'll say this:
With the change of Topless optional to Topless expected the wife is kind of shy could she give up her top and still have a light cover up on and not get pressured?
She can do what she is comfortable with, nobody judges there
This is just a little heads-up to Steve and Chinos more than anyone else, but the last BC we were on, July 2016, there was a woman behind me who was trying to tell Chinos she'd had breast cancer, and that was why she wanted to leave her top on. Chinos couldn't hear her, so he heckled her and sent her to the back of the boat. Worse, a group of people near me made some pretty judgmental remarks about "Why can't you take your top off just because you had cancer?"
I'm a survivor, too, now, so I can tell you this woman had MANY valid reasons for keeping her top on and deserved a TON of respect for the mental strength it must have taken her to get on that boat. You can't stop others, and you can't blame Chinos for what he can't hear, and I know the last thing he'd want to do is hurt someone with cancer.
Just asking cruisers to be gentle to people who might feel a hell of a lot more sexy and fun with a top ON than off. Nobody's sexy when they're feeling self-conscious or pitied.
Completely agree...A confident woman is by far sexier than any other woman who is in a situation shes not comfortable with. Wear what you want or what you dont, but own it and no one should be able to shame you and it affect you!
Thanks I have Booked for March..