<BIG>The Thong Wearers Message Board </BIG> is the place for people who wear a thong or a g-string at the beach.
The Thong Wearers Message Board The place for people who wear a thong or a g-string at the beach.
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Mary0826

Date Posted:07/25/2018 09:45:44Copy HTML

Hopefully the Aimoo reorganization goes okay, but just in case it does not, and someone in the future finds this website archived someplace and wonders what it is all about, I will say only that in our time, thong swimwear (described elsewhere in this Message Board) was not permitted many places and was not perceived as normal by many people.  Had a trend to wear thongs which started in the late 1970's, grew through the 1980's then tapered off and quit in the 1990's kept going, the need for this Message Board would have not been needed.  In the mid 2010's there was some who believed that thongs were moving again towards becoming a more accepted and common clothing item.  With some resistance and lack or weares in general, this message board gave those people who preferred thong swimwear and thong underwear a place where they could tell what happened when they wore thongs, discuss different thong styles, talk about the positive and negative reactions of the general public, and basically let these people support each other.  Maybe you are lucky in the future, and thongs (or whatever you call them) are an acceptable clothing item for all people and nobody cares if you wear them.  On the other hand, if the future does not permit thongs, or if people choose to forget them or decide they are a relic from the past, this Message Board might help you to understand why at least our group liked them and wanted to wear them.  Good luck in the future -- There are many more things to worry about than what a person wears to the beach or pool or chooses to use as underwear.

Mary
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