This Woman Was Kicked Out of Her Gym Because of Her Body Shape – Now She Is Furious

Jenna Vecchio is an avid gym goer, so she was shocked when her gym told her she had to leave. This young woman from Orleans, Ontario, has publicly called out the Movati Athletic Club for their discrimination against her. Even though she was wearing attire similar to other women in the gym, Vecchio was told by gym staff that her unusual body shape made her attire look inappropriate.

This Woman Was Kicked Out of Her Gym for Wearing THIS and Now She Is Furious

The outfit that so greatly offended the Movati Athletic Club staff was a simple pair of full length, grey leggings, and a black racerback tank top. Vecchio notes that when she was in the gym on that day, there were several other women wearing almost an identical outfit. In fact, there are even several pictures of women wearing similar outfits on the website promoting Movati Athletic Club. Vecchio’s entire chest, torso, and legs were covered by the outfit, and the only bare part of her body was her shoulders and arms. However, Vecchio does have unusually large breasts, and she claims that she was singled out just because of her size.

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When Vecchio was approached by an employee, she was told that her outfit was “offensive to both the staff and other members.” However, Vecchio asked all the other people in the gym if her clothing bothered them, and it turned out that the people who had a problem with it were just the two female supervisors working in the club. Vecchio knew that her clothing fit the Movati dress code, which just says patrons should wear modest clothing that includes suitable athletic attire and shoes. Therefore, she felt “humiliated and discriminated against due to my figure.”

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