TikToker Kim Strand took a video of an absolute stranger at a waterpark in order to shame the woman for her choice of attire.
There is nothing, NOTHING, I hate more than people who think it’s acceptable to take VIDEOS OF STRANGERS and post them online. You do not know this woman; she could have an abusive ex, you could be putting her in danger. You could also just be an a$$hole.
The video was captioned “Is this appropriate for a family waterpark or NOT?” (as if it’s anyone’s business).
The video shows a woman in a backless swimsuit with other people around. Nobody seems to care. Except good ol’ Kim.
People launched into judgment mode, attacking the woman in the photo:
“It definitely isn’t appropriate and for those of you saying kids don’t care, you’re part of the problem, kids follow what they think is ok,” someone said.
Another, ERRONEOUSLY, writes, “If a man wore a skin-tight speedo with kids eye level, everyone would be mad as hell.”
Thankfully, people pushed back, saying that Kim was wrong for filming this poor woman and that the suit was absolutely fine.
A user wrote, “is it appropriate to record someone in a bathing suit without them noticing?” and many people agreed with her.
Another pointed out, “people keep saying theres kids around but the kids don’t care. the women are just concerned their husbands are looking.”
And of course: “If you’ve got the body, rock it.”
To conclude: Do not be Kim. Mind your own frigging business. Put the camera away. Live your own damn life and let the women around you exist in peace. Jesus Christ.