As the Telegraph notes:
"Striking the right balance between revealing too much and being too conservative in how much skin is on show has long been a dilemma for women when choosing the right outfit for a night out."
It's true! If a lady reveals too much skin, she runs the risk of accidentally asking for things that she does not intend. If she does not reveal enough skin, she will not be able to attract men and will thusly learn that she is not a valuable member of society.
Don't worry my fellow Vagina-American readers, scientific experts have "come to the rescue" by calculating the perfect skin-to-clothing ratio. Read on:
"For the purposes of the study, each arm accounted for 10 per cent of the body, each leg for 15 per cent and the torso for 50 per cent.
Women who revealed around 40 per cent of their skin attracted twice as many men as those who covered up.
However, those who exposed any more than this also fared worse. Experts believe that showing too much flesh puts men off because it suggests they might be unfaithful.
Psychologist Dr Colin Hendrie, who led the study, told the Daily Mail: 'Any more than 40 per cent and the signal changes from ‘allure’ to one indicating general availability and future infidelity.'
'Show some leg, show some arm, but not any more than that.'"
Now word on whether "asking for it" has been similarly quantified.