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Napoleon44 #301

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:04/13/2018 05:05:10Copy HTML

 I have never seen a guy in a uk pool in anything less than a speedo , I don’t personally think a thong is really appropriate there . In a sauna yes maybe . Half backs and tangas would be nice to see . I know some guys get down to much less according to their posts but certainly where I have been I think there would be an issue . Hotel pools are probably a different issue not being council run and of course you are crossed by their palms with silver so they are likely to be more tolerant . I am joining a hotel club soon and see what style I feel I can get down to and be comfortable (ish) with . I think it’s likely to be a tanga 3/4 seat Or a 1.5 cm bikini brief 
ukthonger #302

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:04/14/2018 01:15:07Copy HTML

From personal experience and observation, I tend to agree with Peterko64uk and Napoleon44.  In any municipal pool or even health club pool I have never worn and have never seen any man wear less than a full back speedo.  Sometimes they might only be a 1"-1.5" side but that's about the skimpiest I've seen.  On the other hand, I spent a week in a smart hotel in the UK that had a nice spa which was quite small but well equipped with pool, sauna, steamroom and I did wear a rio-style back first time just to get a feel for the place and later a thong.  It was a quiet place and not very busy but a few men and women were coming and going and nobody reacted in any way - probably that stiff upper lip English thing about pretending not to notice:-)
matchingthongs #303

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:04/15/2018 10:01:22Copy HTML

 I guess I am a rarity in wearing less than a speedo. Not often though because when I swim I do it for fitness. Get in, do several laps and out and I want swim briefs that will last in chlorinated pools and my smaller coverage ones aren't as enduring so I leave them at home. I don't have a problem with smaller coverage and although the life guards have had second looks on the rare occasions they come out, I've never been challenged.

We must ask ourselves why we think they aren't acceptable at a public pool? After all, even a thong is still swimwear that conceals your genitalia and everybody has buttocks; they're basically a set of large muscles. If someone says they're sexual and a turn on, that's just an opinion. For me, the face is the biggest turn on, but we don't expect people to cover the face in most cultures.

Having said I hadn't seen anybody wearing a thong at a UK municipal pool, I now have to report an update. Yesterday I saw a teenager at my local pool wearing a white and therefore see-through swimming costume with basically a thong back. She was no looker to be honest, but she was totally comfortable and confident and that was admirable.

A few days before I saw another teenager in a flesh coloured bikini with a scrunch bottom back. She looked totally naked from a distance and was clearly enjoying the attention. She rocked the look and had a great figure. Maybe things are slowly changing after all?
JM_Runs #304

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:04/16/2018 02:52:11Copy HTML

 It is almost impossible to read the web page of a UK news paper without a sidebar full of paparazzi pictures showing celebrity women wearing thongs. This has got to normalize thongs on women - done - and now normalizing thong swimsuits for girls and women.
For boys it is a different story.
bbyrne78 #305

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:04/16/2018 03:32:57Copy HTML

@JM Runs
Just being able to buy thing bikinis at a regular store is probably the biggest hurdle for normalized behaviour. A lifestyle brand released a limited edition thing bikini this summer in Australia and didn't make a huge fuss over it but my the time I found out about it (less than a week later), I couldn't get them and they were sold out.

Similarly my hubby told me about Aussiebum releasing a nude and black thong in the skin material this weekend and when I looked to get him some, most of the sizes were sold out. Whilst I do think there is some pent up demand on the women's side, the speed in which that style was sold out on the men's side must give the retailer a bit of a signal on whether they are able to move the product.

Similarly with some of the micro brands, I saw more than a few WWs over the weekend but they were the fuller styles in Matt lycra. I am just happy when I see people wearing the brands I love. They all had the physique for them

Love Bren
ukessexbob #306

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:04/16/2018 07:26:07Copy HTML

The purpose of this forum is to, amongst other things, to promote the wearing of thongs. The ‘others don’t wear them, so I won’t’ isn’t the way. We need people to wear thongs wherever swimwear is worn to get the acceptance. Incidentally, if you watch some of the ladies diving, Syncroswimming, and water polo, it’s almost become normal for their swimwear to become thong style. And that gets broadcast around the world. I’ve worn thongs in public pools, and never been approached about them. I think if you get in the pool, do your swimming stuff, get out and changed, without drawing attention to yourself, it seems to work out ok.<!--[if gte mso 9]> Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-ansi-language:#0400; mso-fareast-language:#0400; mso-bidi-language:#0400;}
John Howard #307

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:04/16/2018 09:05:59Copy HTML

 Hi Bren,yes you are right, Aussiebum released a thong underwear, I'm surprised they didn't do it earlier,  but it's a bit dear I believe,  AUD 32 for a thong underwear.... for that price I could probably buy a Muscleskins poser for the beach.   But it's a good start!
I also saw that Aussiebum launched a new line Pro Fit leggings for men;   not very expensive in the seventysh range (Aussie dollar),   I was wondering if anyone has tried this product;   I am quite happy with all my purchases from Aussiebum,  but unlike Skins (where I can match top and bottom), Aussiebum Pro Fit line only includes bottoms..    And they are clearly 'leggings'  not compression pants;  therefore they wouldn't provide the same compression effect as an expensive Skins.   I might try one,  I would have to wear it with a plain t-shirt though.
(sorry to the moderator,  my post has nothing to do with the topic , please feel free to relocate it where it belongs)

Mikethong #308

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:05/14/2018 03:06:04Copy HTML

 I am more cautious in UK certainly avoiding municipal pools.  Overseas we seem to find much more tolerance even if the locals do not do the same.I have not experienced any problems in hotel pools even in UK but I don't make it obvious that I am wearing a thong even if it is a T back. The best way is just to do what you feel comfortable with and don't ask permission.  I hope that more people will do the same. Mike
johnbar5251 #309

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:06/29/2018 08:51:37Copy HTML

 UK has had a long period of sunny and very warm weather recently. This has brought out the thongs at HAMPTON OPEN AIR POOL in good numbers. Plenty of things on show recently, with maybe 10+ or so at a time. Also loads of cheeky costumes pulled up to be effectively a thong. Mostly bikinis but also seen a few one piece thongs. These one pieces seem even less coverage as they seem to be so high cut. As yet no actual g-strings seen. Seems to be mainly youngsters who are school/college age. All very continental and like the same sort of venue in France or Germany or Eastern Europe. No covering up and girls happy to walk about, stand and chat, go to cafe etc with butts fully on show. All loving the looks I am sure.
British reserve goes when the sun comes out!
SPR #310

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:06/30/2018 12:44:40Copy HTML

Thanks thats a good encouraging report
swimbabe #311

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:07/01/2018 09:15:05Copy HTML

 I was on a girls trip to Dundee in Scotland the other week. We stayed a the Apex hotel and Spa. Lovely pool, wooden tubs, steam room and sauna. I wore a thong bikini on the first day and a couple of others wore one piece cheeky swimsuits.  No problems.
mark_issac #312

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:08/24/2018 07:18:50Copy HTML

Sounds fun, what did your friends say? And do you think that hotel would be suitable for guys to thong? Regarding Johnbar's comments on Hampton Pool, I agree the thong is definitely back in the U.K.! I've been to Guildford lido a few times this summer and lots of thongs on show. I've also spotted a couple at my local hotel pool. It's clearly a new trend and I think very much linked to Love Island!
gsj #313

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:01/22/2019 05:01:46Copy HTML

 These last couple of days I wore my J Snyder Kini for lap swimming.

As ever I acted normally & no one took any notice. I actually only took this suit with me so had no option to wearing it.

Napoleon44 #314

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:01/23/2019 03:05:53Copy HTML

The Kini is very small and good for you . In most municipal pools I think you could expect a quiet word as it is quite revealing .Taking one suit into the changing area is a good way to go . In the past I would sometimes take some shorts in case I felt it was not the right atmosphere but in recent years I have taken your approach . I have enjoyed wearing my latest purchases in the pool in the last few days . Kiniki Andre in Turquoise and then kiniki Andre in Red . There were no issues as you might expect . I did buy the same suit in yellow recently and am not decided whether it is better for holidays or just to wear it anyway . I bought lots of ebay snyder knock offs which are as cheap as chips . They are very slightly variable in cut which I like . One of them in blue has 3/4 inch sides and is probably very suitable . The pool area/changing room has quite a few mirrors and the red Andre looked very small from the front ! So the blue snyder copy is going to like a tanga from any sort of distance rather than a speedo cut .
gsj #315

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:02/11/2019 08:40:20Copy HTML

 Last week using a hotel pool for some laps I wore my Jovana extreme micro bikini, only previously worn on the beach. As ever acted naturally & no big deal. One female already in pool said 'good morning' & took no further notice. When I was getting out another recently arrived female seemed to do a double take while we passed the time of day but that was it. Next time wore the Snyder Kini - felt a bit over dressed!

gsj #316

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:02/26/2019 05:09:52Copy HTML

At my local public pool for lap swimming this week - usual 20 lengths. Wore a new J Snyder Capri bikini, in usual navy blue. I am sure the cut is snug & briefer than previously, particularly the back panel, not that I was fazed. Anybody else had a similar experience?

Peterko64 #317

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:03/16/2019 10:12:02Copy HTML

I think we should get together and just rent a pool once or twice a month and all just wear thongs. If it works for nudist swims it must definitely be ok for thongs.. What do you think??
jaystring #318

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:03/17/2019 10:33:34Copy HTML

Renting a pool is a good idea
straightsilver #319

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:03/20/2019 12:13:27Copy HTML

Sounds good. Please let me know the details.
mark_issac #320

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:03/23/2019 12:38:32Copy HTML

Count me in
stringueur #321

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:03/23/2019 05:33:45Copy HTML

It is better to enjoy your swimming pools because it is not sure you will be able to enjoy the european beaches starting next week, with the brexit. I'm joking of course ;)
tiggerix #322

Re:UK swimming pools

Date Posted:03/25/2019 11:25:19Copy HTML

@stringeur - no matter what happens with the brexit - the prawns** will still be coming to europe. **prawns - start off a slimy grey and turn pink after cooking (in the sun, preferably midday)
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