Lols. I actually have been noting my nieces doing exactly that and then I shake my head and think WT? Here in addition it's mid-rift, must show stomach... Even our "daughter" is dressing a little this way, though I am not bias but would state " classier" she has a way of doing it.
The problem is, "some" girls follow trend and they don't realise the dangers, rather have their own respect and feel that is enough.
There is an Aussie slang for this I assume is man made?
"prick teasers" which is very harsh and was around in my days as well, as a youth which I thought was un-fair BUT I get it.
I'm all for equality and understanding. But I don't believe the kids of today see this at all, rather "trend". Nor do they see danger.