A FITNESS fanatic has been left reeling over the demoralizing way she was treated for how she dressed at the gym.
She couldn’t believe the blowup that barely baring her belly had caused.
And the best part was that her partner – whose body was much more on display – received no such reprimanding.
“When you do a drop-in class at the gym out of town and they say you can’t show torso yet your husband is showing more skin than you,” said Natalie Magee (@yogimagee).
The yogi was in disbelief over what had transpired while she was just trying to work out.
Wearing a tight yellow top with skinny straps, her tan belly was bare just a few inches or less in between her shirt and workout pants.
The most revealing thing of all: her belly button.
And that wasn’t all she was riled up about – she wanted to exercise her rights while exercising.
Natalie was standing up for all the women out there who have been shamed for their attire.
“To all the ladies who get told to cover up at the gym because you can’t show torso – wtf kind of world do we live in?”
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She called out how women were being unfairly targeted, especially compared to their male counterparts.
After all, her husband, who could be seen baring his arms and wearing shorts, did not get shamed for showing any of his skin.
Natalie tried to make the best of the situation as she posed with her partner, both of them putting up their muscles – this time she was covered up in a long-sleeved top.
The mom, who described herself as an enlightened desert dweller hiking the slopes of Western Colorado, was fed up with the humiliation she endured in her fitness attire.
And Natalie isn’t the only woman to feel this way.
According to a survey of 1,000 people across the U.S. by Fitrated, a platform for gym equipment reviews, 65 percent of women avoid the gym over fear of being judged.
This is in comparison to only 36 percent of men who feel this way.