There are exceptions. Sometimes they are made of a heavier fabric that you can't see skin through... in this case, they are more like yoga pants, but barely. They are still mostly tights or some kind of hybrid.
So here's my problem. There is a big uproar about a TSA agent who chastised a 15 year old girl for wearing leggings as pants. He (I believe) told her to cover up because of her age. (Perhaps he has a 15 year old daughter too.) She found his behavior creepy and inappropriate and let her dad know. Good girl. The result of that is that they are trying to get the person fired, and hundreds of people are jumping on the band-wagon defending her clothing choice.
Actually, I kind of want to defend her too, as I feel like adults should not address teenagers who aren't bothering anyone. They especially should not address them harshly. If you have a problem, look for the parent and if you can't find one, then walk away. ( I can imagine myself pulling dad aside and saying "your daughter may not realize it, but I can clearly see her underwear through her leggings, perhaps she has a mini skirt in her luggage.) But don't mess with someone's baby. You might get your jugular torn out. I know I almost ripped someone a new one at DMV last week because my daughter's naturally loud voice (from being on the stage) interrupted her from trying to spell her text messages or something. So, yeah. Mind your business.
But at the end of the day, is no one brave enough to mention that the
Here's the link: Am I crazy? Am I wrong. Are those not leggings... and the ones you can pretty much see through?
But this is none of my business. Right? There's just one thing that bugs me. I have been first hand witness to what happens when a parent defends a kid to the point of ignoring the child's offense or issue. But instead of letting this be a chance to have a conversation about little things you can do to adjust your wardrobe to make sure you don't get caught in the wrong light revealing too much, they chose to start a campaign against slut-shaming. I feel like it just sets up the child in the future for never taking responsibility for their own actions... And that's really sad.
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