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who were, in her view, espousing feminism at nothing more than a superficial level.
Moore's response was that her fashion choices were dictated by her own tastes and not to please men: "as someone who grew up with punk and Madonna, I take it for granted that women dress to please themselves and not men..." Moore has said her footwear is "not worn just for the benefit of men", implying that the intention is twofold, to please both her and observers, although she also says "Most of the pleasure [of buying shoes] involves a private fantasy that begins with me and ends at my feet. She continues to use the phrase "fuck me shoes" in public speaking when discussing gender and clothing styles society deems appropriate.
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Conversly I can say that my expereince has been that the woman in Los Angels were infanetly warmer and more affiable.
slang term for women's high-heeled shoes that exaggerate a sexual image.
Tight trousers were called "come fuck-me's" as listed in a 1972 British dictionary of slang, while a 1974 book is cited as making a reference to a person wearing "a pair of fabulous 1940s-Joan Crawford-fuck-me's".
The song "We are the Dead" from David Bowie's 1974 Diamond Dogs album mentions "fuck-me pumps." Prominent feminist Germaine Greer brought what had been an "obscure" term to more mainstream notoriety when she used it in 1995.
The term can be applied to any women's shoes that are worn with the intention of arousing others.
It is sometimes used to imply condemnation against the women who choose to wear them or in a misogynistic fashion toward the women who wear them.
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