The Pajama Epidemic

There’s a recent post at Heartiste entitled Pajama Feminism, you can read it here.

Now this brings up a huge pet peeve of mine shared by most of my friends. I remember in my good ol’ University days the plethora of women, late teens to mid twenties, hot or fat, that would wear pajama pants and nasty sweat pants with [School Name] plastered on their asses. There is nothing more revolting in the world, nothing worst that tells me “Hey, look at me, i absolutely do not care about myself enough to wear real pants”

It would reach its peak during finals season, picture this if you will, matted hair, baggy sweats or pajamas, stained and used, slept in and drooled on, hell maybe it’s even full of cum and pussy juices. Not a pretty sight is it. Now multiply that by approximately 500…. you can stop screaming now.

I know an older couple, the man’s wife is gorgeous for her age, but she does not show herself in public until she’s showered and primped up, now she’s a little of an extreme example, but it just goes to show how far society has come and how far feminism has pushed the devil may care doctrine on appearance. Now its all good that you don’t care what others think of you, but fuck sake’s care about what you think about yourself, the more you dress like a slob, the more you get treated and the more people think you actually are a slob with no pride in anything you do. This can have adverse consequences once you get out in the world in the working place trying to make it. If you aren’t appearing professional, and aren’t appearing like you care about you job and take pride in your work, your boss will be a hard ass on you and you will be scolded. And the right mentality starts as a young adult.

It’s a shame to see the decline in good world values and the rise of the “i deserve it all” attitude. Feminism isn’t the only party to blame, but it sure isn’t helping.


6 responses to “The Pajama Epidemic

  • Spacetraveller


    I think this is directly to do with not ‘feeling’ feminine. The really feminine women never seem to have this problem.

    Sometimes it is laziness too. And ignorance. Neither are good reasons, but here we are…

  • Andrew

    I hate that shit too. It probably also has a lot to do with most men being OK with it. Men need to stop blaming women as a whole for feminist attitudes (I am not saying you are), because women will not do these things if they realize men stop talking to them because of them. There is always this balance between the sexes that keep either of the two from going to crazy extremes; it is the philsophical undercurrents that move society as a whole (what will be tolerated, etc.) in one direction or another – not “men” or “women.”

  • Lost

    I totally agree with you, If men wouldn’t put up with it, women wouldn’t do it, but here’s the thing, we’re drilled from an early age never to question a woman’s motives, that they are special and can do whatever they want. And this is another reason why i do partly blame feminism, i blame men for letting themselves be controlled so easily, i blame men for not having a spine. Besides, betas will endure almost anything if they think the sheer smell of pussy is in their grasps.

  • Olive

    This is good stuff. I read an article somewhere that said professors are actually less likely to give you good recommendations if you show up to class looking like a slob. So it’s not just good dating advice, it’s good professional advice.

    I’m a jeans girl, but wearing PJ pants to class is a whole different level of lazy. I have friends from college who did it Every. Single. Day.

  • Bellita

    One of the girls I knew in college had transfered from another school. According to her, it was so laid back that students (male and female) would come to their morning classes still in their pajamas. I’m not sure if that’s what you’re describing here or whether “pajama pants” meant to be worn outdoors are an actual fashion item.

  • Lost

    Olive…. Totally

    pajama pants, whether the outdoor or indoor variety, should never be worn outside of bed. but some people say i’m an extremist. but yes it is what i was describing.

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