Women told appearance 'too distracting' for male peers

Women told appearance 'too distracting' for male peers

Remember the coverage of Nicola Sturgeon’s and Theresa May's Brexit meeting, with the ‘who won legs-it?’  headline?

Whilst it faced heavy backlash, even in 2017, women’s appearances still make headlines.

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Comments (1)

  • Gail Affleck Ward
    Gail Affleck Ward
    Wed, 23 Aug 2017 1:57pm BST
    My daughter, who is 14 started coming to an exercise class with me, wearing Nike shorts. Perfectly suitable for exercise, as I assume that is Nike's intention! After a couple of sessions the (female) instructor pulled us to one side to say that her attire was distracting for some of the men in the class as her shorts were too short! Personally we focus on the exercise rather than the clothing of the other participants but we now attend a women only gym.

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