by Bryan LeBlanc

Leggings are not pants! A message to young women everywhere

I do not understand the female Dawson student’s obsession with leggings. For those that are unfamiliar, leggings are a type of tight fitting clothing that extend from the waist to the ankles. When worn in good taste, leggings are incredibly sexy.

However, there are many trends at Dawson that can never be defined this way. First of all, leggings are not pants and they should not be worn as such. Leggings are the female equivalent of the long john and  really just silhouette the body. Therefore, wear some kind of long shirt, or some kind of shorts or pants along with them so that the lower half of the body is not bare.

If you plan on wearing leggings, wear some fucking underwear. Walking around with a rather thin, and extremely tear prone garment separating one from nudity is never a good idea. Furthermore, walking behind a legging wearer, with no underwear is quite the unnecessary view. “Full moons” are only supposed to come once in a while, not every day.

If you have your heart set on wearing leggings, please, for the love of god, stay away from shiny or metallic ones. The other day I was walking behind a particularly over-bodacious woman with bronze leggings and I swear that, although I couldn’t look away, I was sick for the whole day.

In my eyes, and in the eyes of many guys, leggings are like underwear. Seeing flocks of young legging clad women is sexually overwhelming, intimidating and at the same time incredibly awesome.

On the topic of overly bodacious women, and believe me, I love fat chicks. Honestly, there should be some kind of a rule about them wearing leggings.

Leggings should be banned altogether because they are a sexually objectifying tool. Social norms should dictate that distasteful use of leggings is wrong, but women seem to have found a loophole. What is next? Women wearing full tight fitting fabric suits? End this madness.


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