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Adidas Posts 20 Pictures of Women's Breasts, Says Their New Sports Bras Fit All Types of Boobs

"We hope Adidas doesn't start selling jock straps or tampons. Because we don't want to see those tweets."

In an uplifting attempt at woke style, Adidas tweeted a panel of 20 women's chests, and then urged ladies to buy their sports bras.

We believe women's breasts in all shapes and sizes deserve support and comfort. Which is why our new sports bra range contains 43 styles, so everyone can find the right fit for them. "All bodies should be celebrated, without shame or exception," says the sports wear company.

Needless to say, the Internet was jiggling with reaction. "Love the variety in different boobs," tweeted Abby17, with a photo showing women with precisely the same small boobs in different colored bras.

"@adidas what the hell?! Leave something to the imagination. There are kids on Twitter," tweeted Audrey Awesome250.

"Weird how @Twitter suspended my account for making a joke about then but they are fine with you showing them," tweeted Crypto Titties.

You just greenlit objectifying women's breasts," tweeted Adam Shulman. "So here goes," painting a number over each of 20 women's chests.

The tweet may be seen at:

A sports bra is a bra that provides support to a woman's breasts during physical exercise. Sturdier than typical bras, they minimize breast movement and alleviate discomfort. Women wear sports bras to reduce pain and physical discomfort caused by breast movement during exercise. Some sports bras are designed to be worn as outerwear during exercise such as jogging. There are also sports bras with extra padding for exercises that involve some kind of trauma to female breasts.


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