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Women Unload On Guy After He Tells Them To 'Cover Up' Because Of Their 'Pornography' Swimwear

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A video of a man approaching a group of teenage girls on the beach to ask them to "cover up" their swimwear has gone viral for the sheer audacity on display by the man and the group's response.

The man, shown standing in front of a bunch of young women, approached the group on the beach to tell them to "cover up."

"Why do you dress this way?" he said. "Take young eyes into consideration. They don't need to see pornography."

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The teens wearing bathing suits—which are not pornography—laughed at him and told him to go away several times, which he does not.

He instead continued saying the teenage girls are sinning by dressing in two-piece bathing suits.

He also defended his right to harass them, saying:

"There's freedom of speech and if men of God don't stand up, then our society is going to go down the drain because there's no morality."

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When a girl replied she was an atheist, he stumbled for a minute and said:

"If you're an atheist that doesn't mean you have to show your body off. You can still put clothes on."

Since they did indeed have bathing suits on, they went on to call him out for double standards since he did not care to harass any of the men on the beach wearing bathing suits.

They also continued to laugh at him.

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There were nine young women overall this man chose to approach and harass.

The man was Identified as Logan Van Dorn, from Ft. Collins, Colorado. On his TikTok, he regaled his own side of the story, saying he was "filled with a righteous anger" for some reason when he saw women on the beach in swimsuits.

The women, meanwhile, say they were not the only people wearing two piece bathing suits on the beach, but Van Dorn seemed to have chosen them because they were the only all-female group.

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Van Dorn has turned off comments on his explanation TikTok, which can be found here.