Because I am making a sacrifice for the guys around me. The way we dress impacts those around us, especially guys.
Now, let’s pretend that someone picked up that chocolate cake and followed us around all the time, 24/7.
Photo Credit: Rey Swimwear By Rachel Clark | Guest Blogger Summer is rolling around, and our time at the beach or pool just skyrocketed! I really like the vintage bikinis in style now, so retro! Because I want girls to know that dressing modestly is a SACRIFICE. I also find all the extra fabric of tankinis annoying when trying to swim. I’d rather him notice my smile or God-loving personality.
I think we can all agree that the majority of girls wear bikinis at any place involving water. Most of my friends think I shy away from bikinis for the wrong reasons. Secondly, no one is forcing me to do anything, I am independent in my swimwear choices. And I’ll share a dirty secret, I really like the nautical inspired, strapless bikinis. But wait, you say, I thought you don’t wear bikinis? Well sure, you say, that’s all fine and good, but guys should be able to control their imagination and look beyond our bodies. But it’s important for girls to help them as they try and do so. I think we can all agree that as girls, exercise is important to us.
The name for the bikini design was coined in 1946 by Parisian engineer Louis Réard, the designer of the bikini.
He named the swimsuit after Bikini Atoll, where testing on the atomic bomb was taking place.
They either think I am insecure, am forced away from bikinis like the plague, or have some weird hatred for skimpy swimwear. We want to stay healthy and are often working on getting fit. We use all of our willpower to not eat the chocolate cake on the counter!
I would like to wear a bikini at the beach, I think they’re cute. I’ve heard the excuse, Guys just have an imagination, it’s not a girl’s problem. I don’t really want a guy to look at me and notice me for my butt, upper thighs, or chest.
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In many countries it was banned from beaches and public places.
While still considered risqué, the bikini gradually became a part of popular culture when film stars—Brigitte Bardot, Raquel Welch, Ursula Andress and others—began wearing them on public beaches and in film.
- Sandra Hi - My name is Connie and my boyfriend 'adores' your website.
I admit it is tasteful and erotic but I couldn't do most of the dares that the brave people do on your site.