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Woman asks if she was wrong to jog bra-less after getting scolded by neighbor with kids.

Woman asks if she was wrong to jog bra-less after getting scolded by neighbor with kids.

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In a perfect world, people would mind their own business and not give a care what other people wear. We all have bodies and are familiar with the basic parts, and obsessing over ideals of modesty often leads into a slippery slope of objectification.

Unfortunately, our world is far from perfect, and far too many people feel it's their duty to share their opinions on other people's clothing (or lack thereof). As with most invasions of space, this disproportionately happens to women, since our bodies are still overly sexualized and policed in public spaces.

In a recent post on the Am I The A*shole subreddit, a woman shared a recent interaction with a neighbor who scolded her for jogging braless.

AITA for running without a bra on?

OP shared that her gym has been temporarily closed down (presumably due to coronavirus), so she's been getting her exercise jogging around the neighborhood.

Out of a personal preference for comfort, OP has opted to go braless on her runs.

My (27f) gym has temporarily closed down so i'm trying to workout at home. I've been running around 9pm most nights. It's cold where I live so I run in leggings, a long sleeve workout shirt, and a buff to keep my ears warm. When I go to the gym I'll wear a sports bra so nothing is noticeable if you know what i mean. I don't need to wear one. I can jog comfortably without one so when I'm running around my neighborhood I don't put one on.

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