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Just another example of so many being behind the times. Womens' competitive uniforms started changing over a decade ago to be form-fitting. Track & Field and Volleyball led the way.
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"Public displays of immodesty"TJ wrote: ↑June 24, 2019, 12:11 amPossibly, the earning of more money. But is that a good thing, the public display of immodesty? Especially as it was stated that hundreds of school children were brought in to see this event? What might be the affect of that, an exhibition that public immodesty might be or was acceptable in various sectors of society? IMO this takes some thought regarding what is being sacrificed in acceptable or traditional values for "more money."GT93 wrote: ↑June 22, 2019, 3:49 pmMoney talks. They can earn more money as a sexy sportswoman than as a plain Jane sportswoman.Brian Davis wrote: ↑June 22, 2019, 5:56 amBoth
I'm not in any way protesting :-" , but it continues to amaze me why the girls wear such small 'pants', particularly these days when there's increasing demand for, what's the word, respect. Normal size would not restrict their play.
I read there was absolutely no evidence of camel toes. Anywhere.
Maybe Brian, the "small shorts are bad" protagonist can enlighten us?
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I think you must read my post again Tamada - i.e."I'm not in any way protesting". More a question of surprise in this day and age, when women are raising their voices about this and that and the players themselves don't seem to mind. Earning money from photography is a likely factor.
Thou dost protest too mutt...Brian Davis wrote: ↑June 28, 2019, 10:26 amI think you must read my post again Tamada - i.e."I'm not in any way protesting". More a question of surprise in this day and age, when women are raising their voices about this and that and the players themselves don't seem to mind. Earning money from photography is a likely factor.
I get your drift but all this #metoo malarkey is relatively recent and last time I looked, sports attire for the regular, national volley ball team isn't in any way risque. I am out of town so are/were these Udon beach volleyballers more akin with the 'cheeky' sorts I used to play with on the Copacabana when I were a lad?
There's a stunning, svelte, long-limbed, Kazakh ladies national team volleyballer who was quite a celeb in google searches a few years back. Probably married and shat out a couple of sprogs already.
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Whatever floats your boat NKL. Im not one to judge .NongKhaiLee wrote: ↑June 23, 2019, 7:48 pmIt may surprise you, but there are male players in professional volleyball also.saint wrote: ↑May 30, 2019, 7:44 amPervs paradise !!! I can just see loads of dodgy old falang who never venture far from soi sleeze lining up with their tongues hanging out .
I went to watch the Jet ski thingy last weekend and was surprised how few falang were there , considering it was free , and well advertised .
They always moan how boring life here is , nothing to do , ect , ect , Yet when there is something on its always well supported by the local Thais but not farang . Nowt as strange as folk i guess .