Well, because she isn't really 'dirty'. For all I care she could walk around toples. I just don't see where the big deal is. This is diverging slightly from the thread starter, but I don't see any reason would should put the body at a point of "no, no, we must not see that". If we in the US didn't treat the body as such a taboo, I don't think the enetertainment industry would have much reason to push it. They only do it because it gets attention. It only gets attention because people think that a woman has to be covered or else it is 'bad'. I agree with you that you need to 'leave some for the imagination', but that is more of a preference than anything else. I also don't think woman should weasr capris, as they just look funny. That's not really a reason to make a character judgement on them though. As an aside, in Spain the younger crowd is just as (if not more so) liberal with the clothes they wear. While everyone 'hooks up', there is actually less random sex and 'public indecency'. I'm assuming that this is across most of Europe. The 'problem' the US currently has with the (female) body is mostly a self-fullfilling prophecy.