Personally, I can see both sides… but I’d mostly like to see tennis player Feliciano Lopez’s front, just like this thirsty-ass woman who is currently going viral for sneaking a pic of him with his top off.
The woman was filmed at the 2019 U.S. Open. Unbeknownst to her, she was captured taking the picture unbeknownst to Lopez. Even if you hate what she’s doing, it’s a pretty funny moment, because you can see the whole chain of events unfold. Shirt off, wide grin on her face, iPhone comes out, and then she admires her work:
There are a lot of opportunities to see this guy’s shirtless body online because he is certainly not shy about his incredible physique. I mean, who would be when you look like this:
That hasn’t stopped some people (men) from being upset by this violation of Lopez’s privacy at the U.S. Open. Quite a few took to Twitter to condemn her behavior in the strongest terms:
@EdSimpson200215 all hell would have broke loose if it was the other way round
— Henri (@HenriAshwell09) August 27, 2019
One funny. One creepy. Discuss pic.twitter.com/AxnZtSohEz
— varsityredheads (@varsityredheads) August 27, 2019
Same situation… What would happen with a woman player and a guy taking pictures ???
A whole feminism raise against a felony.
— Ivan Alex Calderon (@ivancalderonr) August 27, 2019
If a guy did this…
— Tom (@boughboybroken) August 27, 2019
And if the genders were reversed it would just be creepy right or would his enjoyment be “pure” too
— #ThankYouPewDiePie (@epicmafiagamer) August 28, 2019
NOWB if a man did that… Imagine the backlash!
— Darrylw71 (@darrylw71) August 27, 2019
That is an interesting question. Would there have been a huge fuss if a man did this exact thing? Well, there were some thoughts on the subject in the responses:
Not really, as women aren't allowed to go changing their tops in public…on television no less…like men are. In the alternate world where this was commonplace, a man in the back snapping a picture would probably not be an outrage either.
— Josh Killcrop (@JoshKillcrop) August 28, 2019
It's on TV. They're literally already filming it.
— Caoimhín (@yascaoimhin) August 27, 2019
Guys have been doing it for decades/centuries. (albeit not always w phones)
Pretty sure there will’ve been blokes taking pics as well.
As long as we also admire his sportsmanship, I don’t think it’s wrong to admire beauty.
It’s when you’re *only* objectified that it bothers me.
— helen ayres (@Raphaelite_Girl) August 27, 2019
And if you look closely at the video you will see that a man also did that. No backlash.
— Marty P S (@m4rtyps) August 27, 2019
Creepshots are not a classy thing to do, by any means, but in this instance it seems fairly harmless. Except for the blonde woman—people are gonna figure out who she is eventually. Look out, thirsty lady! The Internet is coming for you.