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Author Topic: Huffpost useful for once. Female heights and weights visuallized.  (Read 686 times)

Shawn Driscoll

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Re: Huffpost useful for once. Female heights and weights visuallized.
« Reply #15 on: November 20, 2020, 09:58:06 pm »
While the clothing is revealing, that relevation isn’t intended to be sexual, but rather educational. The simple standing poses (or some pose they would regularly adopt as part of their chosen sport) further emphasize that purpose.

And the key point being conveyed as education is “this is what healthy people of various sporting professions actually look like... not the distorted Hollywood and videogame appearances.”
I think public school and college seminary indoctrinated students would react differently to it during their Two Minutes Hate.