People are all up in arms about intrusive security procedures at airports that involve naked body imaging (voyeuristic pornography) and 'enhanced' patdowns (molestation). And apparently, according to TSA, it's OK when the government does it.
I can see why travelers are upset. TSA is looking for terrorists, and apparently they assume we all are. (Trains and subways are just as vulnerable, so why not take naked pictures of you on your way to work as well?)
However, let's get real. No one wants to see naked pictures of your ugly fat body anyway. That's right, you're not as hot as you make yourselves believe, so chill, OK? Most of you aren't perfect tens (or sevens for that matter), so I wouldn't be too worried that some TSA pervert in a back room is going to be jacking off over your overweight potato physique. I don't think anyone at TSA enjoys looking at belly fat and saggy breasts all day. Sounds like a miserable assignment.
As far as I'm concerned, I am not ashamed of my fit and muscular body, I say let the whole world see it and be jealous of my dedication to athleticism and combat sports.
But don't F*cking touch my junk because you'll be needing arthroscopic shoulder surgery to re-attach your infraspinatus tendon, you, bureaucratic weakling.