After being told to cover up or leave the pool at her apartment complex, a Tennessee woman’s fiancé defended her. The management referred to Tori Jenkins’ pink one-piece bathing suit with a high rise butt as a “thong.”
Tyler Newman stated, “Today my fiancée was forced to choose between changing out of her swimming suit, covering up with shorts, or leaving the pool that we paid a $300 charge to maintain in addition to a nearly $1000 monthly rent.” “About three minutes tops before we got there, Tori was accused of wearing a ‘thong bathing suit’ and told there were complaints about the way she was dressed.
Yes, her butt is visible, but it is simply a butt. Anyone can have one.
Tyler was attempting to ask why women should have to self-censor so that males can behave properly around them and why women’s bodies are sexualized to the point of being improper.
Tori was humiliated and ridiculed as a result of her dress decision in addition to being penalised. She was instructed to examine her own figure in the mirror when she went to the leasing consultant’s office to talk about the problem.
Tyler wrote on Facebook, “The expert said Tori wouldn’t understand if she didn’t have kids herself.” She was informed that the leasing consultant would not want Tori around her own children.
Although Tori acknowledged having a large butt and that 95% of the clothing she wears rides up, she was assured that “a standard bathing suit covers your entire butt.”
As a person with a huge butt, I can assure you that this is FALSE. The majority of people’s swimming suits also ride up their butts. At the beach and pool, you can see people picking out wedgies left and right.
Additionally, Tyler was forbidden from spritzing Tori with lotion where she couldn’t reach it herself.
Tyler said, “She was informed her body is ‘too inappropriate’ for children to be around because it is built more curvaceous than others. There are many teenage lads in this complex, so you don’t need to excite them, she was advised.
Tyler claimed he had never seen a lady treated with such disdain.
In his letter, Tyler said, “Today my fiancée was told she is less important than how males feel around her.” That Tori is less significant than a man’s sexual advances toward her. She is the most stunning woman I have ever seen, yet I really admire her.
She or any other lady would never experience my disrespect due to her attire or appearance. This is how the rape culture keeps expanding.
Since then, Tori has faced a barrage of criticism for standing up for herself. And the majority of those criticisms were directed at her physique. What a shock!
Tori posted on Facebook, “The ENTIRE POINT of this post is that no guy or woman has the right to make me feel uncomfortable in my own skin. No one has the authority to control myself or another person.
Sadly, individuals still fail to realise that women are exempt from the expectations society places on them, such as the requirement that they be “perfect.”