Because, men get erections easily. And it shows more in bikini type swim suits.
This is false. Bikinis actually cause me to not get them because I won't think sexually when I know it will become obvious. I stay focused on the water activities.
Let me rephraze that than sorry. Some men, not all men. I have witnessed different that is all.
I have worn a speedo style trunk since I was 18, I am now 60! I love toswim and hate access fabric. Most austral Ian and European mrm wear speedos. I think all men should.
I totally agree.
uh worse than thongs!
Better than thongs! Thongs should be reserved for the bedroom.
I do wear bikini bottoms at the beach and pool. I also wear women's panties every day. I just feel sexy in them. Yes, I am straight ;-)
Hey,I want to wear a bathing suit too man,and I'm straight,I'm even finding which one I should get
Because women by the husbands/boyfrieds dorky swimwear. I've seen it many times and always thought it curious. Are they punishing them by making them as uncomfortable as possible? By the way, I wear thong swimsuits at the beach whenever possible because I love the sun.
I wear speedos at the beach or pool, but because it is easy to get an erection (which is very visible in a speedo) I can understand why other guys hesitate in wanting to wear one.
Most English ba<x>sed culture likes to hide male sex. A male swim bikini does not hide the male shape for English cultural norms. Most men want to look attractive so they cater to social pressure and add plumage to their swimsuits for English culture social appeal.
hush thy mouth !!!..i'd prefer them go naked than using those awful togs...count the seagulls if you want something to look at.
Because most men look like crap in a banana hammock. Let's face it, the female body is attractive curves and soft loveliness. The male body....not so much.
Ok, if you're a statue by an italian master, you get to wear a speddo. Otherwise, not. I'm ok with that rule.
More men don't wear a bikini swimsuit at the pool or beach because they're not confident in themselves, their sexuality or their body. Their piers, lacking the same confidence would subject the wearer to ridicule, laughter and telling them they look 'gay.' There is also the general prudishness factor in North America and lines that men are not supposed to cross, even though its fine for women to wear little or nothing to the beach or pool. This is an incredibly ignorant double standard. Yet there are several swimwear manufacturers in the US that do sell men's speedo/bikini/thong/g-string styles, so some men are obviously buying and wearing them somewhere and in enough quantity to keep these manufacturers in business.
I am a 50 year old male with a reasonable build, not overweight, fit and enjoy tanning at the beach. I've worn these suits since the 1980's when they were more commonly worn and accepted. I'm not gay and I find these suits are far more comfortable and in fact easier to swim in then board shorts or dork shorts. I hate wearing board shorts and emerging from the water and carrying what feels like 10 pounds of water weight. There are beaches in the US where you'll see some men wearing them, and they're tolerated and even encouraged and other places where they're absolutely not accepted. Some people (men and women) are thoroughly repulsed by the sight of a man's exposed upper thighs and form, others would like to see more (fit) men wearing them.
Like any other clothing fashion, there are some people, (men & women) who should probably not be wearing bikini style swimwear, simply because they don't have the body for it. Yet I myself would not presume to criticize them for it, its their choice. More men would wear them if their wives/girlfriends encouraged them to do so and this is probably has a lot to do with who does and who doesn't
Well said. Agree 100%.
I do my part. See ratemybody.com Profile: mrb1
I wore a string bikini swimsuit to a southern California beach today and yesterday, the type with front and rear triangles and side ties. I really wanted to maximize my exposed skin so I purchased a womens style suit in a large size. Still, to keep everything covered I had to tuck my penis down into the suit. It felt great to lie in the sun and I even went in the water with it on, which required learning some new skills, like learning how to hold onto the suit while diving through the waves. I am sure I surprised some people as I walked to and from the water, but the feeling of wearing so little was wonderful.
I've worn both bikini bottoms and panties at the beach and never got much attention because of it. However wearing the bikini top did get me a few looks as did the tan lines when I went to the pool back home.
Im 67 years Old, and have a decent Body and a full head of hair..lol..I want to wear a Bikini at the Beach...I have 6in soft and 9 1/2 hard--- what do You think..and I don't shiffle up at all in or out of the water...can You give me some sugestions...
Go for it! Once you wear one you will never go back to other styles
if it makes you happy flash it
I think most men are afraid to show their bodies because they are overweight & would rather say they hate it than work out. Also most men are self concious of their package size & don't want the world to see what they are really packing... I'm secure with myself & have no problem wearing a speedo to the beach or pool.. its the most comfortable swimsuit attire. Once I hit the water in the speedo it feels like a piece of heaven.... The tan lines are also amazing!
yeech junk hanging out everywhere,, and even then it's usually shriveled up to nothing so what the hell is there to look at? shivereled up man junk?
I was just at the beach wearing a bikini and it was great. No problems at all. A real good time
In my opinion, most guys are afraid to wear bikini swimsuits because they're not the norm. They're afraid to be labeled as gay or consider them to be non-masculine. Another reason is that a guy may not have the physique to wear a skimpy suit.
I am a fit 44 year old male that enjoys wearing bikini swimsuits as often as possible. I've always wanted to wear one since I was in my teens, but was afraid to wear them in public. It wasn't until I met my wife back in 2001 that I wore one in public for the first time. I had expressed an interest in wearing them, and she ended up buying one for me. Once we were at the beach, she asked if I was going to slip off my shorts that I had over my speedo. I was very nervous, but with her support, I did it. It was the most amazing feeling of my life. I loved it and still do. That feeling alone has allowed me to overcome the taboos associated with bikini swimwear for men. I think if there are guys out there who have the desire to wear one and have the support of their wives or girlfriends, they will do it. I have serious doubts that any guy would ever want to go back to long shorts after trying one. I know I can't.
I wear bikini mens swimwear which i love it is usually unlined
i see nothing wrong in wearing brief swimwear
I'm a guy that does feel that bikini swim suits are indecent, for men to wear at a beach or pool, no matter he good he looks. Our society in the United States does not accept a man in any brief swim wear and consider him as gay. I know in European countries, men are much thinner the Americans and can wear bikinis on the beaches or pools and accepted by most people in those countries. As for me, I'm in good shape, yet a bit older in my 40 s. The only time i wear a bikini is under leotard and tights during the winter months. As for swimwear, I only wear snug speedos, Arena, or TYR swimsuit briefs, no baggy surf or board shorts.