People have said: Some women feel very empowered by going brafree. Both men and women sometimes make negative comments about women who are brafree. Brafree women can have a positive, empowering effect on other women (a good example is Michaela). The more brafree women one sees in public, the easier it is for other women to be brafree.
Given all this, perhaps it could be useful to think about what sorts of clothes/situations might be viewed as positive examples for a large number of people. (Consider that public relations "focus groups" ask such questions as research in promote everything from shoes to computers to political ideas.) So, my question is this: How can one best provide a positive brafree image in public? This would certainly vary with the situation, but my guess is that it mostly involves what comes off as "classy." Mona's blouse in church, no. Mona's blouse worn with a dressy outfit at a fancy restaurant, yes. A nice-looking low-cut sundress that shows a little bit more than average, I know that one works well by the positive comments I've heard. I'll end by asking what types of outfits have elicited the most positive responses? Many of us can speak from experience. Let's share.