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It’s a message that only one type of body belongs in a bikini or any kind of revealing swimsuit.
Some body-positive campaigns have been trying to challenge this in recent years with memes saying that bikinis are for But even when you can ignore all the body-shaming media and advertising, you’re still faced with the task of finding a swimsuit that fits well.
Here’s a tweet that sort of sums my feelings: “It’s pretty annoying that I have to pay like 0 for a swimsuit, like you literally are a piece of cloth that covers my nipples.” This isn’t to say that men are exempt from any pressure to look slim and muscular in their swim attire because they definitely aren’t.
(I’ve mentioned this before in the common myths about nudism.) I’m quite comfortable wearing clothes in the winter.The beach will become overrun with public sex and perverts.This comes from our society’s gymnophobia (fear of nudity) and the idea that nudity = sex.Many of today’s nude beaches have been around for decades, proving that all kinds of people can indeed swim and sunbathe naked together with civility and respect.Acts of public sex are illegal at a nude beach just like anywhere else.But how many people actually shower first at American public pools?According to 2012 survey by the Water Quality and Health Council, only 32% of American adults said they always shower first, and many Americans — 44% — don’t even think a pre-swim shower is necessary.And if you don’t, a club member is likely to remind you because they want a clean pool. Most people seem to approach it with as much anticipation as a trip to the dentist, and with good reason.Every spring, we’re surrounded by ads about how to obtain the perfect “bikini body,” eg thin, tanned and toned with no cellulite, wrinkles or imperfections.The cleanest pools in America can probably be found at nudist resorts.No one is bringing in impurities from their clothing, and resort pools often have multiple signs instructing people to shower before entering. As if anyone needed proof, Australian psychologist Marika Tiggemann’s 2012 study on body image and swimsuits found that women get anxious and depressed just about swimsuit shopping.