Tori Jenkins was wearing a one-piece pink bathing suit that was high rise butt which management known as a “thong.”
“Today my fiancée was confronted with changing her bathing suit, covering up with shorts, or leaving the swimming pool which we paid a $300 commission to maintain along with a monthly lease of nearly $1000,” Tyler Newman wrote. “Tori was accused of wearing a’ thong bathing suit’ and advised there were complaints about how she was dressed about 3 minutes’ shirts of us arriving there.”
It’s true, you can view her buttocks but it’s only a butt. Everyone has one.
The question Tyler was trying to ask is why women’s bodies have been sexualized to the point of becoming improper and why should girls have to starve themselves so men may behave appropriately.
Not just was Tori being punished for her clothing choice but she was then humiliated and shamed. When she went into the leasing adviser’s office to discuss the issue she had been advised to check in the mirror and look at her own body.
Here is another Pic of the suit that someone posted on Facebook:
“The adviser told Tori that if she did not have children herself, she “She had been advised that the leasing consultant wouldn’t want her own kids around Tori.”
Tori confessed to using a large butt and that 95 percent of the things she wears rides up on her, but she was told “a normal bathing suit covers your entire butt.”
As someone with a Big butt, I will tell you this is NOT true. And most people’s bathing suits ride up their butt. You see people choosing out wedges’ left and right at the pool and beach.
Tori was also told that Tyler was not allowed to spray down her her body with lotion in regions she could not reach herself.
“She had been advised that her body, because it’s constructed more curvy than many others Is’too inappropriate’ for kids to be around,” Tyler said. “She was told’there are a lot of teenager boys in this complicated, and you don’t need to provoke them”
Tyler said he has never witnessed a woman being that disrespected.
“Today my fiancée was told that she’s less important than how men feel around her,” Tyler wrote. “That Tori is less significant than a guy’s urgers to become sexual towards her. I believe she’s the most beautiful woman in the world, but I also respect her. I would never make her or any other woman feel less than what she’s worth due to her outfit of her looks. This is the way rape civilization continues to grow.”
Since then Tori Has obtained an onslaught of negativity for protecting herself. And the majority of these negative comments were all about her physique.
Make me feel uneasy in my skin,” Tori wrote on Facebook. “No right to police me or any other individual.”
Unfortunately, people are still oblivious to the Fact that women don’t need to stick to the rules society set out for those who states they have to be”ideal” or a particular size, and can just where certain things.