Aly Raisman Shuts Down Body-Shaming Remarks from a TSA Agent: "I Am So Sick of This Judgmental Generation"

Another thing to hate about airport security.

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Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman has taken to Twitter to share her experience dealing with a "judgmental" and "sexist" TSA agent.

According to the New York Post, the 22-year-old gymnast was going through security when a female TSA agent asked if she was a gymnast, saying she recognized Raisman by her biceps. A male agent then allegedly inserted himself in the conversation (typical), saying he "didn't see any muscles," while staring at her uncomfortably.

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In response to some followers calling her response "entitled," Raisman had this to say: "I'm not entitled just stating he hurt my feelings,' she tweeted. "He didn't have 2 say anything at all. I'm allowed 2 be upset if someone is mean."

Very fair. Also, it's clapback season.

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