What kind of guy wears bikinis and thongs?
Does it take a particular type of guy to wear bikinis and/or thongs? I’d say sort of. Since starting blogging several years ago, I’ve talked to many guys over the years. We’ve all come from different walks of life. Some guys would be perceived as moncho while others not so. There’s not just one common sexual orientation. So the type of guy isn’t defined by certain categories that get stereotyped. There are some things that I think guys into bikinis and thongs have, but not really a particular type of guy.
First I think there is curiosity. We wonder what it would be like to wear a bikini and/or thong. With my admiration of women in them, I got very curious what it was like to wear sexy cut underwear. When I saw bikinis were available for guys I had to try them. Then I wondered about thongs after getting my hands on string bikinis and loved their fit and look. I’m still curious and try new brands, different fabrics and cuts of bikinis and thongs.
To some extent there has to be confidence. I know bikinis and thongs instill confidence in the wearer, but the guy has to have some. I mean you’re going against the norm in underwear, in which there are very strong stereotypes that bikinis and thongs are women’s underwear. Wearing bikini and thong swimsuits requires confidence, since most likely you’ll be the only guy in them. There might not be a lot of confidence in the beginning, but it grows over time. When you’ve worn them long enough and they are the norm in underwear for you that confidence grows.
I’d say guy bikini and thong wears are adventurous with a bit of risk taking. You have to be a little daring when going against the norm. For example on the extreme side, do you consider jumping out of a plane a norm? I wouldn’t and I’m not adventurous enough for that. I would say there are less people interested in that than are interested in it. So when you go against a norm I believe you have to have some adventurousness in you or maybe we’re more daring. The risk taking part is fairly low with underwear, but higher with swimwear. Really the risk is only being seen wearing them and probably more so by someone you know. You’re running the potential risk of being the butt end of a joke. I’m sure most of us heard many of the jokes that can be made about wearing underwear and swimwear against the norm. They’re always related to the stereotypes that are associated with them. There is more of a risk with swimwear than underwear with someone saying something negative about it. So far I’ve had no issues with wearing my swim briefs in public and not many know of my bikini and thong underwear. Guess I’m low on my adventureness and risk taking.
What other traits do you think most guys into skimpy underwear have?