Newyork times opinion piece section is under a critical backlash. When Honor Jones, the author of the much-controversial article said and I quote;

“Now we’ve internalized the idea that we have to look hot at the gym? Give me a break,” The title of the piece goes like,“Why Yoga Pants Are Bad for Women,”. These words and title stirred a much-anticipated heat for the publishers and author herself.

According to her own opinion, yoga pants are something worn by women, when they want to flaunt their sleek sexy legs and is far away from the concept of comfortable. According to the senior staff writer of Newyork Times, a gym is supposed to be a place where we should all be comfortable and relaxed in our clothes and skin.

“The gym is one of the few places where we’re supposed to be able to focus on how our bodies feel, not just on how they look. We need to remember that.”

However, The comments did not receive well and in the defense of their loveable and cozy yoga pants, Twitter has been flooded with enlightenment and rants. Few took charge to actually explaining the fact that, why your yoga pants have to be tight and body fit. while others were there to just acknowledge the remarks that the author made in a rather sarcastic way.

 

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