A woman in BC is now protesting what she considers her bad and unfavorable treatment at her yoga studio.
She does hot yoga or at least we presume that she still does. On a day she had some clothes that were either dirty or one shirt that was thicker than normal and almost all men in the class were topless.
She asked if she could go topfree and the studio said yes, but then an instructor said no, more or less, and then the studio put up a dress code.
Prior to the topless lady encounter the men had generally gone topfree she says.
I am not sure what to make the situation, though I support the woman. I also understand a business adopting a policy, but this seems to be a poor choice.