Leggings, including yoga pants, are an instrument of torture by which femoids torment incels with the sight of their shapely buttocks, hips, and/or the outline of their panties, or even labias, which are often clearly visible through the tight, sheer material. One man in particular, the Tallahassee 'Hot Yoga' shooter, Scott Paul Beierle, was ultimately unable to cope with the sight of foids in these outfits, and went ER.
Effect on men[edit | edit source]
The sight of a girl in leggings has been described as enraging and distracting grope-fuel, and compared to what it is like to "stare like an african child would stare at a steak." However, some find it empowering to stare at them since women's intention is for only Chad to look.
History[edit | edit source]
In times past, schools would allow girls to wear leggings during cold weather, but only under a skirt or other modest clothing. In the 2010s, it became common to see girls wearing just leggings by themselves, leaving very little to the imagination. One excuse girls give for wearing leggings is that they are extremely comfortable, but this has been questioned, in light of the fact that looser fitting sweatpants would probably be just as comfortable (and warm in the winter time), if not more so. Their real agenda, it often argued, is to make their buttocks stick out and appear larger than they otherwise would, and even make out-of-shape women look as though their buttocks and legs were firm and tight rather than flabby, a goal that is facilitated by the sale of specialized 'shapewear' leggings. This form of sexual self-advertisement is argued to be largely carried out either because these women are making implicit romantic overtures to chads or extracting as much ego validating male attention they can from passerby. It is generally argued that glances from incels are unwanted by said women, however, as they are 'creepy' and 'predatory' in nature. In this regard, the wearing of leggings with this end in mind can be viewed as an extended phenotypical expression of lordosis behavior or, more strongly, as a form of whoring.
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