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A college in California, is the judge of the fitness center dress code after a student was told that a “cover-up” by a male staff member.
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Experience Today, at 30, was a visit to the fitness center at her high school, California State University, Fresno, in a September, during which time she claims that a male staff member approached her and told her that it was a “cover-up”, as they are out of work. Mori was wearing a high-waist yoga leggings and a sports bra, if the employee’s request, told the Fresno Bee is said to be only about 2 inches of her midriff was exposed.
Today to complain about the incident, claiming the gym’s current dress code is a form of body shaming for women.
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“I just felt really sad and I felt really, like, embarrassed of herself, and in a moment,” Mori told the Fresno Bee and the worker’s reaction to it.
Mori reached Derek A. Walters, executive director of the board of the Red, Sports and Fitness centre, a report on the incident, but Walters reportedly defended the employee’s actions.
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The school is for the discussion of the updating of the fitness center dress code, on this point, asking all the guests to have a t-shirt to wear to the body, while at the facility.
Today has filed a Title IX complaint against the university in October, with the mention of the dress code as unfair to women, the news outlet reported. However, Today finally closed her complaint after the school agreed to look into the dress code policy.
According to the news outlet, the school is now in the discussion of the updating of the fitness center dress code, on this point, asking all the guests to have a t-shirt to wear to the body, while at the facility.
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“The dress code is going through changes, but the changes are still undergoing review,” Fresno State spokeswoman Lisa Boyles said in an e-mail to the Fresno Bee. “It would be premature to discuss what the final guidelines would have to be able to look for the review and approval process has been completed.”
The details of the dress code policy change, or are expected to be out of date when they would take effect, were not to be shared.