But if a woman dresses in a manner that shows off her breasts, in front of a man like Bond - wouldn´t she at least have to consider that he will, um, look at her?
That argument's not going to make you popular with the feminists (assuming any would frequent a James Bond message board!). The idea that "she's got it coming to her if she dresses like that" is a real hot button, for them. And in fairness, it's a short hop to, "Well if she left the house in that outfit, she obviously WANTED to be raped."
Okay, I have to react to this now. Because that is NOT a short hop to rape.
If a man dresses in a tight t-shirt to show off his muscles he wants people to look at his body.
If a woman dresses in a tight t-shirt that shows off her breasts - she does not want people to look at her?
And since when is looking at someone forbidden? A crime? A perversion?
If Bond had begun to fondle this assistant because she showed lots of cleavage I would have found that disgusting and despicable. That would have been a crime.
Looking at her - no, not at all.
And that´s what I was hinting at with my "tongue-in-cheek"-remarks.