It is a fact that Islam lays great emphasis on modesty just like Judaism and other orthodox religions. But why do we as Muslims enforce it mostly on women?
Men also have to cover their awrah which is what is between the navel and knees. But we see so many men and young teens nowadays who feel it is perfectly fine showing off the skin below the belly button while topless.
Also men are not suppose to wear tight fitting clothes exposing the shape of their awrah. If so then isn't it wrong when we tuck in the shirts to show the stomach and butts shape? Isn't the kurta or a long shirt or the kandura/toupe better for Muslim men?
Related Questions of Interest:
1) Are men who go topless sinners?
2) Is man torso/chest/trunk awrah?