In today's world, unless you post a selfie with your shirt raised or your face glistening, you didn't actually work out it seems. Recently as I was about to leave the gym, I saw something that really got me to thinking. I came home that evening and posted the following to my Facebook page:. Tonight a young rebellious type got mad when told by management that he needed to put on his shirt in the gym. Irritated and defiant, he says, "Man these women walk around here half naked and you saying something to me about ME not having on a shirt?!?! Many of my friends commented that they agreed with the young man because there seems to be a double standard in the gym where women call walk around "half naked" as he described it, but the men are told to cover up. I appreciated the comments that I got on my FB page, but the answer I was seeking, the real "moral to my story" went unanswered. So, fasten your seat belt, I'm about to say something you probably aren't expecting, and it's something I really can't take credit for. This is actually something one of my co-workers pointed out to me, and when she said it, it was exactly as Oprah described--I had an "Aha" moment. Don't believe me?
Half-dressed women in the gym: What's that really about?
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I am a transgender woman and have been using women's bathrooms and locker for years. I occasional see a breast when someone is changing from a their bra to sports bra and visa versa. Most locker rooms have changing rooms or stalls. If they don't, I'll turn my back or change in a water closest. I agree with the first comment, women are more modest than men. And as a transgenfer woman, I don't go in the women's locker room to stalk, be a peeping Tom, or to be perverted.