So if a male wear no top and football shorts I am allowed to stare at his pecs and cock through the shorts? How about we let women wear what they want without being judged, and allow them to be comfortable.
Guys shouldn’t be shirtless in the gym either. Both men and women should be covered up because
- It could be distracting/unnerving/intimidating to some people
- You’re in a public business, not your house. But a damn shirt on.
No, every single guy in my gym always wears shorts/sweats and a shirt. There’s no reason for girls to walk around in their bikinis.
Ignoring the obvious assertion that neither woman here is in a bikini,
Reasons Why Women May Want to Dress Like This in a Gym:
- They are feeling overheated and wish to cool off
- They know that they will soon become overheated and want to prevent that as much as possible
- Their workout clothes are restrictive and such a small outfit allows for greater dexterity and fluid movement
- Their workout clothes are dirty or smelly, thus causing a distraction for others, so precautionary measures should be taken out of respect
- They understand that proper gym hygiene always requires that they wipe down equipment both before and after use, making their choice of clothing irrelevant
- Their gym does not have a policy regarding wardrobe, so why not?
- They bought super adorable workout underwear and it’s too much of a shame that no one else will get to see it.
- The media and social websites like this have conditioned women to believe that such scantily-clad fitness outfits are not only acceptable, but highly encouraged and downright expected of them. To dress in any other way is considered frumpy and will likely cause us to be the butt of harassment all the same.
- They understand that a workout is not inherently sexual or inappropriate, therefore their clothing should not be labeled as inherently sexual or inappropriate.
- Every woman has different tastes in fashion and clothing. It’s entirely possible that they just plain like these clothes and therefore wear them.
- Such clothing is produced and marketed specifically for exercising, so it is illogical to then punish women for wearing them while exercising.
Anyone care to add more reasons?