Following on from-
Neither should men.
A solid century ago you couldn’t flash either.
In fact, you couldn’t even show your waistcoat at dinner, this was risque.
These were male thots. Note the closed body language, they’re uncomfortable.
While you’re applying clothing standards, remember they apply to both sexes. That is what we call a social convention.
No mini-skirts? No shorts!
Fact: Edwardian women wore shorts too, before skirts shortened to that length later.
As in, women showed leg in public – after men started it.
If I can’t show small children my tits, why can you flash them yours?
And if it’s purely a fat issue, are flat-chested women exempt? Must shapely bosom-ed men take up a bra?
It isn’t only women’s breasts that are sexualised in the media, is it, Mr Pecs?
If anything, women have more cause to expose than men, since our breasts actually retain a second biological function and constricting them is bad for the nerves, increases the breast cancer risk and weakens the ligaments that prevent sagging. Logically, none of the anti-feminist stuff checks out this time.
Exception: the beach, your bathroom. That’s it. Not BBQs, camping, whatever else.
If you think women can’t break out the sexist humour to justify this stuff as well, you are wrong.
A man’s place is in the shed with all the other tools.