Over the past few years, you've no doubt heard of the cultural backlash that surrounds school dress codes.
As time goes on, an increasing number of students, parents, and teachers have decried these dress codes for targeting the attire of female students and implicitly holding them responsible for the disruptive behavior of male students, who have significantly more leeway in what they're allowed to wear.
However, it seems that the opposite problem exists in the wide world of sports. Rather than being told to cover up their bodies for a flimsy reason, female athletes can find themselves being expected to dress less modestly than they're comfortable with.
And considering how much they had to work and sacrifice to even participate in international competitions, the consequences for defying that expectation can be even harsher than students experience for disobeying dress codes.