The fact is, we can do just as well as without bathing suits, if not better.Swimming nude used to be the norm in ancient Greek culture. In America, nude swimming was mandatory and considered the norm at YMCA’s and in schools up until the 1970’s.They’re uncomfortable, tight and restricting before you even go in the water. now you have cold, sopping wet fabric clinging to your skin.If you were swimming in the ocean or at a sandy beach, you’ve probably got some sand in your crotch, too.
This may give the rest of the fans, especially those who act respectfully and were unaware of any other fans causing problems, the impression that said creator is a Nice Character, Mean Actor (or just a nice work, mean creator(s) in general), even though it wasn't the fault of the creator(s) at all.Sure, people can wear swimsuits as a form of self-expression. But I would argue that the discomfort, inconvenience and cost far outweigh any joy you might feel from wearing a stylish suit that fits.Here’s why I think we’d all be better off without bathing suits: 1.However…there is one item of clothing that I prefer to keep buried and forgotten in my dresser: my bathing suit.The bathing suit is one of the most useless articles of clothing ever invented by humanity. Its is to cover up the body parts that American culture (and other cultures) has deemed obscene: butts, genitals and FEMALE nipples. S., the general consensus seems to be: remove bathing suits and all hell will break loose.But how many people actually shower first at American public pools?According to 2012 survey by the Water Quality and Health Council, only 32% of American adults said they always shower first, and many Americans — 44% — don’t even think a pre-swim shower is necessary.You get out of the water, and now the rest of your naturally-water-repellant skin dries while the suit stays wet for the next 15 – 30 minutes.For women who sit in wet bottoms, this can be the ideal breeding ground for a yeast infection. Swimsuit fabrics trap detergents, perspiration, dirt, fecal matter and bacteria and then carry all that right into the public pool.And due to America’s weird hang-ups about nudity, how many of that 32% are showering and still entering the pool with germs attached? In fact it’s a result of impurities from people’s bodies mixing with chlorine in the water.We probably have the dirtiest public pools of any developed country. This creates chloramines, which give off that irritating odor.