posted on Jan, 20 2015 @ 04:49 PM
It is all about maneuverability. You would not go out to run in pants for instance, as that is just more weight, more stuff in the way, more
resistance, etc. Personally I do not think this is objectifying women at all. I also think that if someone finds this offensive that the problem lies
with them, not with what the women are wearing. These women are not exposing anything, and it is just the human body. We all know the anatomy of males
and females, and should be mature enough to view such things accordingly, instead of getting offended or viewing it as inappropriate. It would only be
inappropriate if they were exposing parts of their body that goes beyond the bounds of modesty and decency...And if their upstairs and downstairs are
covered, there should not be a problem. Females have breasts, and modesty requires that they be covered. The reason that men wear actual jerseys or
shirts and women do not is because the material that the women use must be sturdier, so the girls don't go bouncing all over the place.
Again, anatomy. Men don't have this problem, therefore they can wear looser and thinner material. That is my take on it anyway, and I think there are
many more immodest things to be upset about, including some of the sexually provocative commercials all over the television. I do not think it is
acceptable to advertise male enhancement drugs, phone sex, etc. during commercials. You can control the programs your children watch, but nobody ever
thinks about the commercials. We view this as social advancement or progress, but children should not be exposed to these things. But the clothing
women are wearing in sporting events is fine, because it is not sexually provocative. The women are not behaving in a sexually provocative manner,
unlike many of the commercials on television, or even print ads, pop up ads online, etc...