shamed at the gym

They Claimed Her Leggings Were So Revealing She Was Forced to Leave the Gym…

When this woman stepped into the gym to have a good workout the last thing she expected was being immediately kicked out by staff. The reason? Apparently they claimed her leggings exposed ‘too much’. But was this reasoning valid or perhaps some gym goers expressed a bit of envy?

In today’s world, women are expected to look a certain way. This is especially true in fitness environments, where standards of beauty often dictate what you can and cannot wear.

However, this line of thinking has now been challenged after a 37-year-old Californian woman named Kerry Rose Schwartz experienced an unexpected dress code violation while working out at her local gym.

Schwartz was doing her regular workout routine when the owner of the all-female gym pulled her aside for a “quick chat” to discuss her apparent violation of the dress code rules. She had been wearing leggings and a sports bra – which she believes is standard attire for gyms – but the staff deemed it offensive and inappropriate.

@comfywith_kerry I was shamed at my gym for wearing the “TikTok leggings”… what are your thoughts on this?! ##gym##fitness ♬ 【No drums】 Emotional space-like epic … – MoppySound


Taking to TikTok, Schwartz voiced her grievances about being reprimanded by the gym staff simply because they felt that her outfit revealed too much of her body. “I could sense that something was wrong because the conversation got uncomfortable really quickly,” she said in the video captioned “I was shamed at the gym for my dress code.”

Furthermore, other women who were wearing similar attire were not subjected to such criticism– making Schwartz feel embarrassed and ashamed despite not having done anything wrong.

This incident highlights how even in an all-women’s fitness center, there can be unfair expectations placed on female members who are judged based on their appearances rather than their abilities or dedication to their workouts.

It also serves as a reminder that we need more open-minded and supportive spaces within fitness environments so that everyone feels comfortable regardless of what they are wearing or how they look physically.

People with body image issues should never have to feel ashamed or judged just because of their choice of clothing – instead they should be encouraged and accepted no matter what.

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