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r/NoStupidQuestions
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Posted by23 days ago
= Women: What do you think about the wearability of athletic wear with built in underwear (yoga pants/skirts/skort, running shorts, etc.) Do you/would you wear it and why/why not? =

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[deleted]ยท 23 days ago
No I wouldn't wear it. I don't want to wash my leggings every single time I wear them

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No. Why buy clothes I can only wear once if I can wear it multiple times if I just use underwear? Why would I want any accidents or leaks to happen in the clothing instead of in the underwear?
This sounds like a male idea, I don't think a woman would think of this

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I wear leggings or yoga pants most days andjust don't wear underwear as is, so I would not be drawn to them

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Iit, I think it looks bad (you can always see the lines) and it's not as comfortable as my own underwear. And you have to wash it after every use, which I usually don't

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