I hate wearing a bra – men always tell me it's inappropriate & I need to dress properly but I don't care – they're wrong | The Sun

THERE'S nothing quite like the relief of taking your bra off after a long day.

One woman even took it a step further and stopped wearing bras altogether, but not everyone is convinced it's a good idea.

Summer Luk explained on YouTube that men often tell her she should wear a bra because they get uncomfortable.

She played out a conversation she endured with a man who thought she should cover up because he could see her nipples through her shirt.

She asked: "Is it a secret I have nipples?"

But the problem was that not wearing a bra was "inappropriate", she revealed.


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Hitting back, Summer asked if it's "inappropriate to have nipples" as a woman.

She pointed out that it's probably more inappropriate to "talk about somebody else's nipples," than just to be able to see them, especially if they're not the one who started the conversation in the first place.

Despite men insisting that she ought to wear a bra to avoid the awkward chat, Summer said the problem is that they're mindset is stuck in the 1950's.

The controversial video racked up up a whopping 5.6 million views as people shared their own opinions on the matter.

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Viewers mostly agreed that Summer shouldn't have to wear a bra if she doesn't want to, even if men don't like it.

One commented: "Personally don’t want mine showing…. but I genuinely admire people that do whatever they choose. More power to them."

A second wrote: "I never wear one. Not comfortable and I really do not need one."

And someone else mused: "I totally respect her decision and anyone who feels this way!

"But I feel like in certain places you DO need a proper way if dressing and a dress code to maintain a standard level."

"Meanwhile, men walking around shirtless all summer long," another quipped.

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