One of my readers recently posted a picture of gym thot fashion, which shows a woman wearing see-through leggings that reveal her underwear. No, not just the shape, but the color and fine details as well. Here is what this looks like:
This is by no means the most provocative kind of outfit you can see in gyms. Some women wear sports bras. Others walk around in low-cut tops that exhibit part of their breasts. Some women skip the bra altogether and, if you were so inclined, you could check out their nipples. Exposed mid-riffs are common, too, and so are either very short shorts if not hot pants as well as tight yoga pants.
Now, if you ask a woman why she is wearing outfits like that, her reflexive response would be, “Because it’s comfortable!” It has become a cliche by now. Yet, it is obvious that this isn’t comfortable clothing. Were do people wear comfortable clothing? At home! Yet, this is where you see women lounging about in loose sweat pants, possibly even tracksuits that completely hide their womanly shapes. Only once such
What annoys me most about gym-thot clothes is not necessarily that it is revealing. I’d much rather encounter only young, attractive women in tight clothes day-in and day-out than what I’m exposed to in the real world. Instead, the issue is the utter hypocrisy of the claim. No, thot, you are not wearing these clothes because they are comfortable! If those clothes were comfortable, you’d wear them at home as well. You’d sleep in them as opposed to your baggy pyjamas. The reason women wear such clothes is simply attention. Mere attention is often enough. However, what they really want is some buff billionaire. As women bring only their looks to the table, that is what they are offering.
I would have a lot more respect of gym thots if they frankly said that they like looking good in such clothes or that they wear them because they flatter their figure (better hope this is true, because for most women it is not). A bit of honesty is too much, though, so you get their endless lies.
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