Don’t Judge the Swimwear
Summer has been in full swing here for a bit now and the swimwear has been broken out. We talk about people judging us for wearing our swim briefs, swim bikinis, swim thongs, and swim g-strings. But have you been judging others in their swimwear? Has it been positive or negative judgements?
I’m sure it’s been a bit of both. It is human nature to judge. I know I do, but I’m working on being less judgemental. Now I’m not one that thinks you need to be fit to wear skimpy swimwear. I think some fit people do not look good in say a bikini. Then I’ve seen some heavier people that do look good in their bikini. Some of it comes down to how well they pick their skimpy swimwear. Yes, I have had the thought that a particular person shouldn’t be wearing that. Now I am adding on and saying at least they have the confidence to wear what they want to wear. I know it’s been stated many times for us guys that wear swimwear against the norm that if you don’t like what you see then don’t look. That should be applied in general. Let people wear what they want as long as it is appropriate for the particular place.
Here’s an example of judging what a person looks better in. I was watching a swimsuit makeover either on the TV or Internet quite a while back now. They were pulling people off the beach and picking out a suit the makeover person thought worked better on them. Only one of the makeovers stuck in my mind. They had a heavier set girl on who was wearing a fairly skimpy bikini. Of course the choice of the makeover person was a conservative one piece, which to me gives the impression the person thought they needed more coverage. Personally I thought she looked pretty good in her choice of bikinis. Actually I thought the bikini flattered her better than the one piece. You’d think that if she was wearing a bikini that she must like to wear them and the makeover person could have picked a bikini that would work better for her. Guess we all see things differently.
I don’t want people to judge me negatively for wearing a swim brief, so why should I judge others. Ok, well maybe thinking that guy looks ridiculous in his board short choice is still fine to judge negatively. But let’s support those of both sexes that want to wear bikinis, thongs, g-strings no matter how they look to us. What doesn’t look good to one person may look good to another. In the end, we are all there to enjoy a relaxing day in our choice of swimwear.