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That is not a bra, moonian. This is the second time in a few days that I see you tagging an image with that kind of top as bra. That's an outerwear top typically used in fitness, sports, and gym activities, or simply when it's hot. In Brazil we just call it "top", because we have other names for the other, larger, kinds of tops; but that's just a general term in English for any kind of garment used above the waist, so I don't know how they specifically call it in English, but it's as I said; not a bra.
Thorcsf said:
That is not a bra, moonian. This is the second time in a few days that I see you tagging an image with that kind of top as bra. That's an outerwear top typically used in fitness, sports, and gym activities, or simply when it's hot. In Brazil we just call it "top", because we have other names for the other, larger, kinds of tops; but that's just a general term in English for any kind of garment used above the waist, so I don't know how they specifically call it in English, but it's as I said; not a bra.
Umm.... "sports bra"?? Which is also treated as underwear, just like ordinary bras.

P.S. Edit reverted due to the above.
I generally tag these with sports_bra, but it's aliased with/into normal bra...

Sports wear has a poor array of tags here. Basically everything is gym_uniform even if it's not a uniform.
moonian said:
Umm.... "sports bra"?? Which is also treated as underwear, just like ordinary bras.

P.S. Edit reverted due to the above.
Hmm, I didn't know how they were called in English, I searched on Google and couldn't find the specific term. As I said, in my country we just call them "top". Anyway, even if they are called "sports bra" in English, they are not the same as regular bras, not underwear; they are more like bikini tops (see how beach volleyball players wear them in pair with a bikini bottom), but they cover more. Even if they were, in fact, underwear, it's not a reason to rate this image as 'questionable' anyway, as per the rating guidelines of this site, an image is safe if it features "all art lacking clear sexual content", and "tasteful lingerie" (or any undergarment for that matter). Anyway, it's not an underwear. In my country -- as it's a tropical, hot country -- it's a common sight at the gym, on women in outdoors sports activities (jogging, beach volleyball, gymnastics, etc.), or simply when it's hot in the summer as casual wear. Some of them can't even be called "sports bra", as they are actually made of cotton to be used as casual wear when it's hot in the summer, like some kind of shorter tank top, like the one Hu Tao is wearing in this picture, actually.

That Wikipedia article that you linked says it itself: "Some sports bras are designed to be worn as outerwear during exercise such as jogging." But in fact all of them are designed to be worn as outerwear, really. But of course, doesn't keep a woman from wearing a shirt over it if they want to cover more, or when it's not that hot to wear only the sports bra alone. For further reference/evidence, note that all the six photos in that article are showing the women wearing them as outerwear.

They also mention further down below: "The most common sports bra is basically designed like a tank top with the bottom half cut off." Like I said before.

So, as per the explained/showed (I think it's enough :P), I'm reverting the edit again; firstly because bra in this site refers specifically to the piece of underwear, and secondly because this is not a questionable image.

dick_dickinson said:
Sports wear has a poor array of tags here. Basically everything is gym_uniform even if it's not a uniform.
True.