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Women's Volleyball Team Celebrates Naked with the Trophy, the Way You Should

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SourceA WOMEN’S volleyball team celebrated winning the title yesterday by posing naked with the trophy.

Italian side Imoco Volley Conegliano stripped down after securing their third Serie A triumph in four years with a victory over Igor Novara. …

Imoco players found a creative way of celebrating their hard-fought title – leaving little to the imagination.

They stripped down and posed for a group picture behind the trophy while also biting the commemorative medals they received.

A few of them, Joanna Wolosz and Marta Bechis, then opted for solo snaps, using the the mammoth cup as a fig leaf.

Wolosz shared it on Instagram, captioning it with words that read: “It could not be any different!”

This is what it’s all about, my friends. This is why you get into competitive sports. This is why you lift all them weights. Why you sweat and toil on the volleyball court, playing through injuries, through pain and all those floor burns, sacrificing your own health for the greater good. So that, when you walk off the court victorious, you can celebrate. With your teammates. With the trophy. Clothing optional.

Now some might object and argue that getting naked with your teammates is bad sportsmanship or somehow sexist or sets a bad example for aspiring female athletes. But I say no. No, no, no, no, no. To the victors go the spoils. These young warriors earned the right to enjoy the fruits of their victory however they see fit. This is the embodiment feminism in its purest form. These warriors – these Volleyball Valkyries – doing what they want to do with their own bodies. Which is to go Guns Out/Buns Out and form a tight group behind the symbol of their greatness. This is Title IX in picture form.

So congratulations, women of Imoco Volley Conegliano for your progressive, forward leaning view on women’s athletics. You are an inspiration. We in America have a lot to learn from you.