For “plus-size” women and women with large breasts, it’s like trying to find a needle in a haystack.
When you do find your holy grail of a suit, you’re lucky if it doesn’t come with a hefty price tag.
Sure, people can wear swimsuits as a form of self-expression. But I would argue that the discomfort, inconvenience and cost far outweigh any joy you might feel from wearing a stylish suit that fits.
Here’s why I think we’d all be better off without bathing suits: 1.
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.
Needless to say, the preemptive shower is much easier and more effective when done naked.
And any bacteria, fecal matter, sweat, germs, etc., that get trapped in suits could be avoided altogether if everyone swam nude.
Though I’m not much into fashion or clothes shopping, I do like dressing up sometimes and expressing myself with certain colors, fabrics and styles.
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.
That should be a pretty big clue that we’re not meant to be wearing these things. This can lead to the spread of Recreational Water Illnesses (RWI’s).
This is why it’s important to shower before entering a pool.