Is this unfair?

I was recently pulled aside by the trainer at my office gym and asked to change my attire because one of my female co-workers complained that it was too revealing. It was totally embarrassing. I'm wearing Champion basketball shorts, and I can't help that I have a very large bulge. Is this fair? Would this happen to a woman? What kind of woman would complain like that? Should I comply?

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Most Helpful Girl

  • You shouldn't comply, girls get the same treatment all the time but it doesn't matter. wear what you want and if they're offended that's their problem

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Most Helpful Guy

  • It's not your fault your bulge is huge, let them deal with it๐Ÿ˜‚

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What Girls Said 4

  • I don't understand how that could be considered "too revealing"

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  • maybe she liked what she saw a little too much & can't help herself so she wants you to stop showing it off... I don't know why she would complain.

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  • Were your shorts the proper size?

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    • Of course. Down to the knee.

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    • Well, now it's my problem. The fitness attendant is female too. Maybe part of the problem.

    • I see what you're saying, no need to make a big deal at the workplace but I seriously don't understand what they're suggesting you wear!

  • I can't help feeling that the person who posted this is backhandedly bragging about his "very large bulge."

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What Guys Said 1

  • female privilege is shown again... sigh

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