My Speedo Fetish
I'm not sure when my fascination with speedos began. I was an unhappy, fat kid, but I think seeing Mark Spitz wearing his USA speedo when winning the Olympics allowed me to fantisize that I was him. I found I felt sexy in the suits, but quickly realized I needed to both slim down and improve my swimming abilities to really feel good in them. I wasn't actually able to do both until lmy 20's. I was about 16 when he won. At that time, speedos were really popular and accepted as appropriate swimwear for just about anybody. Over time however jokes started appearing about guys walking around with a bag of marbles between their legs, and they fell out of fashion. I think this happened around the same time that basketball shorts started getting longer, and longer, and even longer! Now, I think there's a prohibiton in the NBA that they can't be longer than a certain length. Pretty ironic in my opinion; I still wear actual shorts. The things popular today I call longs. I must look pretty good in them because I get compliments from women about my sexy legs and butt. Speedos are a different story. Some how they've become a gay badge which saddens me. I'm pretty sure they satisfy some sexual need or fantasy for me, but it's harmless, and I continue to wear and buy them, even with the social stigma they've acquired. I know I'm heterosexual, but I find hard bodied men in speedos really attractive - I think it's the suit looking good, and not so much the guy. I'm not aroused by naked good looking men in the locker room, but I am envious of them. I've got a nice body from constant exercise and swimming, but even so there are obvious signs of aging..
Over time, I've acqired several hundred suits; thus my obsession tittle. For a long time I wore them around the house and working outside as well as at the pool, but have become less public in them and really only wear them when sunning,which I really like, and indoors by myself when home and at the pool. I really stand out at the pool, but I don't care. I keep hoping they'll come back in fashion. Why they're so readily accepted in Europe and South America and not here, I don't know.