I mean I h ave seen some ladies who you have to be honest who do not have nice bodies and still wear 2 piece bikini, and it is ridiculosu to see them, of course they are not embarrased to show it off, but then I wonder dont they see themselves first in the mirror before going out? Not to bash women who wear them but sometimes you have to have common sense and know what suits you and what does not suit you depending on your body type. A bikini can look great in one person but maybe it won't look good on you, we are all different and have different body types, you have to work with the body you have, even if your confidence is 100%.
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Oh good, its a girl saying this... but here
I am sorry but if that were me, no sir I would not. In fact, as a dude that's T-shirt time. I have nothing against body pride but there has to be a place where you go, other people don't want to see that. I have nothing but love here. I am all about encouraging people but this has to be appealing to the eyes. Given that two pieces leave more skin exposed so you are not as hot (heat), but a one piece should not be that much different A two piece is like a reward. Like for guys a speedo is a reward. If I am overweight as a guy I am not putting on a speedo I am sorry. I would think this would make sense...0
Why are women so judgmental about other women? Jealousy?
What if she is a little more 'cuddly' and she wears a two piece bikini? HOW DOES THAT AFFECT YOU? Why are you just being so harsh on these women, unless you are afraid of something, or unsure?
What if some guys really like women with nice, soft sensual curves, in bikinis? How does that affect you? You probably don't want those kind of guys, anyway.
If you don't like what they wear, don't look! It's not like they are nude, or showing things on a public beach. Are they judging you, like you judge them?3
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Of course, everyone should just wear what makes them comfortable. I wouldn’t care if other people were to judge me in my bikini because I am comfortable in my own skin, unlike some of the people who feel it is their right to criticize and dictate the actions of others.2