HAMED BANGOURA recently published comments about women on leggings, which attracted a lot of attention and sparked discussions on Twitter.
“My dear ladies, don’t be angry with me, but I have to ask. Who told those pantyhose among you, when you see them through your underwear, they are still cool? No, it’s not cool, believe it I. Apologize to all the ladies more once, but some of the scenes I saw around the town were…” Hamed wrote.
His posts immediately received a large number of comments, and many people called him out because of what he wrote.
“Extremely problematic position. So, do you hate others, and? How do you measure women’s dress? Someone may hate you. This is their problem, and the point is that it is “cool” for you. A high note Horn wrote to him.
“I agree that this is a problematic statement. I’m not saying it is annoying. I didn’t write it down anywhere, nor did I measure the way women dress. I’m sure someone hates me, and I’m not polite. I asked, it’s not cool to me, but it doesn’t mean it’s cool to someone.
“This is not a question of’kindness’, you call’some’, so you have no objection to other women, even if they can see the panties in their leggings. I can conclude that you will tell them’yes, just give’ One woman wrote: “The horrific outbreak of “beauty and youth” and poison forced many women to lose their self-esteem and dignity.
“Why do you want to see if Hammer bothers you? Who cares what kind of clothes someone wears? Or how he wears his hair and what color is that? Is it with makeup or no makeup? If we are not the most drinkable people in the world, But in fact” is another comment.
Another point is: “She took better care of the men’s fat belly and size four breasts. Then, they were still sitting in the park, and the children were wearing unbuttoned shirts and dirty sweaty T-shirts.”
“When they asked me why I didn’t go back to Croatia… the answer is in your comment. The way someone dresses (whether female or female) is very cool. No one cares about what they wear. The comment itself is trivial. , The bourgeoisie, reflects the social image.”
In turn, some people agree with Hamed.
“For me, as a woman under 40, it’s disgusting. For my 7-year-old daughter, when I buy leggings, even if I only wear them in the house, I have to make sure they won’t see through. , Not to mention myself” “I absolutely support Hamed. The real problem is not leggings, but minimal etiquette. Where can we draw the line? Man!”, “Well, there is a dusty man , Actually this is not very good”, “You don’t need to apologize, everything you said is good”, “That’s too bad, the rest”, “Courage”, are some comments.