What makes the point for me is the quote:
"... in underwear that's almost not there!"
Here's the thing: it IS there. What's your problem? (So, I laugh at the idiots.)
To further illustrate society's insanity, when I'm on my sailboat, away from shore in the hot summer sun, I go au naturale. When I approach home port, I put on a blue pair of tight cotton pants that, technically, are boxer briefs from Walmart. I am legally clothed. Yet people comment about my style. Is there any logical reason to be "offended" by public nudity? Sure, in the winter snows of northern Alberta it would be out of place. But in the summer on Lake Ontario? Here in Toronto, it is legal for a female to proudly walk in public (anywhere) topless. Many people are offended. Some call the police who explain that it is not illegal. Nonetheless, people get emotionally upset about nudity.
For years, I've tried to point out the schizophrenia in society's opinions. There is so much wrong with it all. Wars, economics, sexuality, politics, even city traffic lights. To list it here would bore you but consider the lies: Exxon-Mobil says that in the decade to 2015 it made $82 billion in net income and paid out $110 billion in U.S. taxes. Or, how about: the number of Washington politicians who are military veterans is less than 1 percent while the general age of soldiers killed in the recent wars is in the low 20's.
Why is it that I can say the words "penis" and "vagina" yet it would be socially unacceptable to describe their uses? I can do so in a scientific discussion yet to artistically introduce romance into the act, it becomes illegal? Why is it that a man can go to prison for sex with a girl who is 1 day shy of Her 16th birthday, yet the very next day, the same sex act would be acceptable?
So I have just given up and accepted that society is seriously stupid. Now, I just ignore it all and live my life as I want to.