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JM_Runs #101

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/09/2012 11:00:21Copy HTML

I have many thongs of many colors, but not one in pink.  I don't mind the bright colors so long as they don't go transparent when wet.  I enjoy bright colors on dull days. 

Maybe I am just pink-a-phobic, but to me a pink thong is too girly and just not me. 

In the US pink has become a cultural statement of girlishness, in such a unique way: No other color has been anointed with such a strong message and sub-text.  We have PINK brand clothing, and I love PINK as a cultural shorthand for I love Girly Stuff.  In the US and elsewhere this comes from a long association of the color pink with little girls. 

I am quite aware that more than 100 years ago pink was once a boy's color, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink#In_gender, but I find it is now so strongly associated with little girls and women's issues that it's use on anything but girls clothing becomes a strong and striking social statement.

I think am attempting to show straight men wear thongs, and wearing a thong does not mean you are gay or a sissy, so I avoid pink thongs and rainbow striped thongs, because I perceive them as mixing my message.  Maybe I am kidding my self.

This does not mean you can't wear what ever color your hart desires, just be aware that the message in pink my over-ride the message of a self confident manly man you might be trying to project.

DoreFan #102

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/10/2012 04:00:20Copy HTML

I have worn my pink thong in front of my chiropractors and massage therapists and none of the ladies have ever thought I was gay - at least not that I could tell. It's an underwear thong, not a swimsuit thong, so I've never worn it in public like on a beach. I've never had any reservation wearing the pink thong in front of my therapists because they've seen me in much more racy suits than this one.
thong_jock #103

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/10/2012 01:28:16Copy HTML

 Pink just blends into my skin color too much. I like the thong to stand out so everyone from a distance can see that I'm sporting a skimpy thong. I love to get checked out in my thongs at the beach and hotel pools.
sxmthonger #104

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/10/2012 05:48:38Copy HTML

I don't do pink swimwear or underwear.  I've seen some manly looking guys sporting pink gear, and they looked awesome in them.  It's just not for me.
njthonger #105

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/10/2012 09:57:51Copy HTML

 I have worn a pink thong at beach, usually only after i get a bit of tan.
tanlines2thin #106

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/11/2012 11:04:24Copy HTML

when ya conciously focus and fixate your intellectual and emotional attention on your individual sexuality - as we do - i think debating colors is getting into the fine print........of course, i will admit, that colors do play a key role in suit selection.......way back when, one of the first micro G's i bought was a pink dore slide string......of course, i loved it it.....still do.......i don't wear it much, so it is still in great shape......

most of the time, about 11 and a half months a year, i have a great carmel tan, so pink works well on me.........now that i've gymed my physique back down, it will work even better.........that being said, i'll admit that i wear pink when my macho confidence is in one of those kinda-fem moods.......i've been laying on the beach in it when fellas tossing a football, redneck surfcasters, and even a beach cop has either passed by or been close by........never got any crapola from anybody, and just loved having the you-know-what to be out and 'in the pink,' so to speak.......
JM_Runs #107

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/13/2012 08:00:53Copy HTML

When you look at my profile you will see many differnet colors but my favorite has always been the pink one. I have had several shades of pink over the years and with the way my skin gets really dark I think as I have also been told that pink looks great on me. When I hit the beach the only suit I wear are Skinz G-strings so I already know that what I have on is eye catching and too boot I wear pink and it really becomes eye catching. Hell that is the point of wearing my gstring in the first place. I like the fact that I am nearly nude and 2nd that I am showing off.  I like to walk the beach in my pink gstring and show off. I am not being a prude or a perv just like the confidence boost it gives me when I walk the beach. Hell women do it all the time so why can us guys! I have been enjoying the beach for over 25 years in my skimpy suit.... :-)
The Gabe #108

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/14/2012 02:30:52Copy HTML

When used properly, pink can be a fine color selection.
32189 #109

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/14/2012 03:32:11Copy HTML

I have no problem with guys wearing pink although I personally would not ever do it.  I have seen guys wear pink shirts and at first I think why?  But i think, who cares?  Pink does not look bad on some guys.  You will not find me wearing a pink thong or pink anything but more power to those guys who enjoy it!
bikinicouple #110

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/25/2012 01:35:43Copy HTML

 Glad to see that the consensus is that it's perfectly alright to wear a pink thong - because I have worn one on many occasions!  Just posted a pic on my flickr photostream of me wearing an N2N Pink thong and my wife in her little weasel. enjoy!   http://www.flickr.com/photos/bikini_couple/8121949711/in/photostream
poonster #111

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/25/2012 07:12:01Copy HTML

 i have the N2N Popsicle and it was more pink that I thought but have no problems wearing it.
JM_Runs #112

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/25/2012 11:06:01Copy HTML

Love your pictures. So great you can thong at pool with friends. You two must have spent a few pennies buying all those thongs and g-strings.
32189 #113

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:10/26/2012 06:43:22Copy HTML

great pic bikinicouple.  i went thonging today at hb and it was nice. 
bikinicouple #114

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:11/01/2012 12:17:57Copy HTML

 Thanks Stringking - actually, we don't really spend much on our suits anymore!  In addition to online contests where suits are given as prizes, we send companies our pictures and they'll send us free stuff!
Tangapreta #115

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:11/01/2012 05:20:28Copy HTML

 BikinicoupleWhat companies are those that send their stuff in exchange for pics?
JM_Runs #116

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:11/01/2012 11:29:52Copy HTML

Wow - never knew there were photo contests or that companies would send you free stuff for pictures. But your pictures are great. I can see why you get free suits.
Thongdude87 #117

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:11/02/2012 08:41:05Copy HTML

 I have a pink underwear thong from Manstore. Thought it would be fun to have a little more colors, but it wasn't too comfortable, so I have hardly worn it.
navythong #118

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:11/03/2012 03:20:30Copy HTML

I don't have the guts to wear a pink thong. I only wear the darker colors like black and navy.
On a tanned body i think pink does look nice. I admire the guys who dare to wear pink in public.
But, as said, not for me.
Grabeach #119

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:11/03/2012 08:17:52Copy HTML

I have had to order a couple of g-strings recently. Type (Alphamoda Andros) and size don't change, so colour is the only thing I need to think about. My highly personal opinion is that against my mid brown skin, reds, oranges, pink and browns aren't the best. Current colours I have which demonstrate what I think looks good are mid blue, sky blue, black and lime green. White also looked good, but tended to mark too easily. I also have high hopes for the light grey I've just ordered.

Even if I thought pink looked really good, I doubt I would wear it. My aim is to wear as little as possible at the beach or pool while just being considered one of the crowd.  Pink would probably attract unneccessary attention.
yyzgent #120

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:11/05/2012 01:24:49Copy HTML

With all the Pink at NFL games running shoes socks ,shorts not to mention the AHL hockey with complete pink jerseys why are we concerned with a pink thong. So this week all will wear a pink thong for Breast Cancer Awareness.
njbob1949 #121

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:11/05/2012 02:30:09Copy HTML

 Yyzgent,That is a very worthwhile cause. I do not have any pink thongs, but when I wear thongs this week, I will be reminded of those who have suffered from cancer (my father, most of my aunts and uncles), and donate a gift for cancer research. I'll include a "pink thong" in my next thong order and keep up the remembrance. Njbob
JM_Runs #122

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:11/25/2012 04:00:18Copy HTML

I am starting to refresh my suits for the coming summer (2013) so I ordered my first of many new suits to get started. I ordered from Jovana 4D - Thongs Size:  L;Fabric/Colour: Hot Pink Mesh this should be a nice suit to ad to my collection. I figure that if I am wearing a thong or gstring I might as well have one that shows off in a nice color. I feel that with my dark skin, pink really looks great especially after my tan really gets going for the season. I know it is only late November but I have already started my workouts again for next summer and I plan to be in great shape for my beach time next season and what better way to start than purchasing some new suits.

G -
JM_Runs #123

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:12/06/2012 12:50:15Copy HTML

I got an email yesterday from Jovana that my new suit has been shipped. Looking forward to trying this one on, if I like this design I will order a few more. I do like being able to go into the Skinz Store here is Clearwater and be able to try on suits before I purchase. Also I enjoy having the girls help me place custom orders as they always add a word of advice on littel extras to include in my suits. Yes I know another pink suit but I just think that with my dark skin those bright colors really make it look that much better. Oh how I wish it was April and the heat was beginning to come back and the water was warming up. I guess I will have to just keep working out until Spring comes.
wackymac #124

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:12/07/2012 11:46:11Copy HTML

I don't have any pink thongs but I have several pink bikinis that I wear (one at a time) to the pools in our "over 55" gated community here in Florida. 
tanandtaut #125

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:03/13/2013 12:13:55Copy HTML

 I have several pink thongs (see images) and it has become my favorite color.  Plan to order more.  Have received several compliments on how it looks with my deeply tanned skin.  Have no problems with the girly associations - a chacun son gout.
HermesOrange #126

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:04/06/2013 03:44:51Copy HTML

 Pink is one of my favorite colors for a thong.  I go with bright, hot pinks, raspberry, etc.....not the light or powder pink.My favorites are from N2N, Koala, California Muscle and MuscleSkins.  My avitar image is the Koala 'Playful' thong edition. It seems to me if you are confident wearing a thong, then you'll absolutely be comfortable wearing a pink thong. Pink goes great with a tan.  It never really occurred to me that it would be feminine...and its a great color for the beach.Go for it!
sunnfun #127

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:04/06/2013 04:56:57Copy HTML

 I LOVE hot pink.  I think it looks amazing contrasting against my golden tan.  It makes the color really "pop" ;-)  It also highlights my assets.  Check out my pics for an example.  I'll wear anything tiny, neon and flattering.
mack_back #128

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:04/07/2013 12:12:04Copy HTML

Colors are not gender specific or something someone should be ashamed of wearing. People or parents decorate or attire there babies in tradtional color category either baby blue for boys and pink for girls. This is not to confuse adults or insult the children when introduced to a stranger for the first time. Only time we as adults know how to seperate boys from the girls at early childhood leaving no confusion or embarrasment for the individual.
That is why when your fully grown adult wearing a bikini or thong will never be mistaken as female at least in my case... Yet most people believe or are programmed there entire lives pink is a feminine color end of story... Yet many people have a favorite color they wear which isn't pink or light blue.... Ask yourself if a women ever wears a thong bikini and color is sky blue will anyone  call it a male color or giggle seeing her wearing it... Yet when a male wears pink it is laughed upon or your teased as choosing a femenine color and your looked upon humorosly as a joke... My take it shouldn't matter what color you wear or choose....
Take example of colors and what there meaning:

Red is the color of fire and blood, so it is associated with energy, war, danger, strength, power, determination as well as passion, desire, and love.Red is a very emotionally intense color. It enhances human metabolism, increases respiration rate, and raises blood pressure. It has very high visibility, which is why stop signs, stoplights, and fire equipment are usually painted red. In heraldry, red is used to indicate courage. It is a color found in many national flags.Red brings text and images to the foreground. Use it as an accent color to stimulate people to make quick decisions; it is a perfect color for 'Buy Now' or 'Click Here' buttons on Internet banners and websites. In advertising, red is often used to evoke erotic feelings (red lips, red nails, red-light districts, 'Lady in Red', etc). Red is widely used to indicate danger (high voltage signs, traffic lights). This color is also commonly associated with energy, so you can use it when promoting energy drinks, games, cars, items related to sports and high physical activity.Light red represents joy, sexuality, passion, sensitivity, and love. 
Pink signifies romance, love, and friendship. It denotes feminine qualities and passiveness.
Dark red is associated with vigor, willpower, rage, anger, leadership, courage, longing, malice, and wrath.
Brown suggests stability and denotes masculine qualities.
Reddish-brown is associated with harvest and fall.
Orange combines the energy of red and the happiness of yellow. It is associated with joy, sunshine, and the tropics. Orange represents enthusiasm, fascination, happiness, creativity, determination, attraction, success, encouragement, and stimulation.To the human eye, orange is a very hot color, so it gives the sensation of heat. Nevertheless, orange is not as aggressive as red. Orange increases oxygen supply to the brain, produces an invigorating effect, and stimulates mental activity. It is highly accepted among young people. As a citrus color, orange is associated with healthy food and stimulates appetite. Orange is the color of fall and harvest. In heraldry, orange is symbolic of strength and endurance.Orange has very high visibility, so you can use it to catch attention and highlight the most important elements of your design. Orange is very effective for promoting food products and toys.Dark orange can mean deceit and distrust.
Red-orange corresponds to desire, sexual passion, pleasure, domination, aggression, and thirst for action.
Gold evokes the feeling of prestige. The meaning of gold is illumination, wisdom, and wealth. Gold often symbolizes high quality.

Yellow is the color of sunshine. It's associated with joy, happiness, intellect, and energy.Yellow produces a warming effect, arouses cheerfulness, stimulates mental activity, and generates muscle energy. Yellow is often associated with food. Bright, pure yellow is an attention getter, which is the reason taxicabs are painted this color. When overused, yellow may have a disturbing effect; it is known that babies cry more in yellow rooms. Yellow is seen before other colors when placed against black; this combination is often used to issue a warning. In heraldry, yellow indicates honor and loyalty. Later the meaning of yellow was connected with cowardice.Use yellow to evoke pleasant, cheerful feelings. You can choose yellow to promote children's products and items related to leisure. Yellow is very effective for attracting attention, so use it to highlight the most important elements of your design. Men usually perceive yellow as a very lighthearted, 'childish' color, so it is not recommended to use yellow when selling prestigious, expensive products to men – nobody will buy a yellow business suit or a yellow Mercedes. Yellow is an unstable and spontaneous color, so avoid using yellow if you want to suggest stability and safety. Light yellow tends to disappear into white, so it usually needs a dark color to highlight it. Shades of yellow are visually unappealing because they loose cheerfulness and become dingy.Dull (dingy) yellow represents caution, decay, sickness, and jealousy. 
Light yellow is associated with intellect, freshness, and joy.
Green is the color of nature. It symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility. Green has strong emotional correspondence with safety. Dark green is also commonly associated with money.Green has great healing power. It is the most restful color for the human eye; it can improve vision. Green suggests stability and endurance. Sometimes green denotes lack of experience; for example, a 'greenhorn' is a novice. In heraldry, green indicates growth and hope. Green, as opposed to red, means safety; it is the color of free passage in road traffic.Use green to indicate safety when advertising drugs and medical products. Green is directly related to nature, so you can use it to promote 'green' products. Dull, darker green is commonly associated with money, the financial world, banking, and Wall Street.Dark green is associated with ambition, greed, and jealousy.
Yellow-green can indicate sickness, cowardice, discord, and jealousy.
Aqua is associated with emotional healing and protection.
Olive green is the traditional color of peace.
Blue is the color of the sky and sea. It is often associated with depth and stability. It symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven.Blue is considered beneficial to the mind and body. It slows human metabolism and produces a calming effect. Blue is strongly associated with tranquility and calmness. In heraldry, blue is used to symbolize piety and sincerity.You can use blue to promote products and services related to cleanliness (water purification filters, cleaning liquids, vodka), air and sky (airlines, airports, air conditioners), water and sea (sea voyages, mineral water). As opposed to emotionally warm colors like red, orange, and yellow; blue is linked to consciousness and intellect. Use blue to suggest precision when promoting high-tech products.Blue is a masculine color; according to studies, it is highly accepted among males. Dark blue is associated with depth, expertise, and stability; it is a preferred color for corporate America.Avoid using blue when promoting food and cooking, because blue suppresses appetite. When used together with warm colors like yellow or red, blue can create high-impact, vibrant designs; for example, blue-yellow-red is a perfect color scheme for a superhero.Light blue is associated with health, healing, tranquility, understanding, and softness.
Dark blue represents knowledge, power, integrity, and seriousness.
Purple combines the stability of blue and the energy of red. Purple is associated with royalty. It symbolizes power, nobility, luxury, and ambition. It conveys wealth and extravagance. Purple is associated with wisdom, dignity, independence, creativity, mystery, and magic.According to surveys, almost 75 percent of pre-adolescent children prefer purple to all other colors. Purple is a very rare color in nature; some people consider it to be artificial.Light purple is a good choice for a feminine design. You can use bright purple when promoting children's products.Light purple evokes romantic and nostalgic feelings.
Dark purple evokes gloom and sad feelings. It can cause frustration.

White is associated with light, goodness, innocence, purity, and virginity. It is considered to be the color of perfection.White means safety, purity, and cleanliness. As opposed to black, white usually has a positive connotation. White can represent a successful beginning. In heraldry, white depicts faith and purity.In advertising, white is associated with coolness and cleanliness because it's the color of snow. You can use white to suggest simplicity in high-tech products. White is an appropriate color for charitable organizations; angels are usually imagined wearing white clothes. White is associated with hospitals, doctors, and sterility, so you can use white to suggest safety when promoting medical products. White is often associated with low weight, low-fat food, and dairy products.

Black is associated with power, elegance, formality, death, evil, and mystery.Black is a mysterious color associated with fear and the unknown (black holes). It usually has a negative connotation (blacklist, black humor, 'black death'). Black denotes strength and authority; it is considered to be a very formal, elegant, and prestigious color (black tie, black Mercedes). In heraldry, black is the symbol of grief.Black gives the feeling of perspective and depth, but a black background diminishes readability. A black suit or dress can make you look thinner. When designing for a gallery of art or photography, you can use a black or gray background to make the other colors stand out. Black contrasts well with bright colors. Combined with red or orange – other very powerful colors – black gives a very aggressive color scheme.




thonger2005 #129

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:04/09/2013 08:14:44Copy HTML

 not a damn thing wrong with wearing a pink thong. I used to be picky about the thong color or even color scheme but now, I couldnt care less! I wear what fit, what feels good, what looks good and what makes me feel sexy. I will even wear a glittery thong if I ever find one that isnt like sand paper on my rear end and tailbone!
kevinb959 #130

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:04/10/2013 01:49:58Copy HTML

 I'm the opposite. I love the bright neon colors. I must admit, the gigglers do come out when I wear the pink one. But my favorite thong has always been a purple. I seem to wear that color often.

AndyThongUK #131

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:04/10/2013 02:45:14Copy HTML

I have a few pink thongs and think they look great, my favourite being a pink mesh one which doesn't leave too much to the imagination. Pink also looks fantastic with a nice tan. Brighter colours any day !!!!
stanpuppy #132

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:04/11/2013 01:48:56Copy HTML

truthfully...a guy in a thong is going to get looks no matter what the color.  I dont think the fact that it is pink really changes anything, so if you like the color....go for it.   I have a pink muscleskins poser that I wear at Gunnison beach.  It does not hide much...LoL!
JM_Runs #133

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:04/11/2013 04:19:35Copy HTML

I have a large number of thongs but try to send a message that straight men thong too, it just takes balls.  I run right through the 'gay' section of the beach but I don't hang out there. Most of my beach friends knew my prior girlfriend. I think it helps if they see straight people thonging too, and the only way people are going to see straight people thonging is if they already know that person, and know their sexual orientation.

I understand both pink and pink and purple are excellent colors when set against brown skin, but while there is still so much messaging in color identity I avoid these colors.  In my rather old tired eyes these colors are as much of a dog whistle as the old 'hanky code' for gay cowboys. To me they send a message of I am wearing a thong, AND I am gay. Nothing wrong with being gay, but I am not.  Moreover I am interested in meeting women, and for women of my age I think pink or purple would be the wrong signal.

My hat is off to you who can wear pink or purple thongs with confidence.  For me, I feel these colors don't expresses who I am. Then again, when young there were many years I did not wear a black swimsuit because at that time I thought people wearing black swimsuits were a bit pretentious. It was a color I identified with me.
bikinicouple #134

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:04/17/2013 11:49:21Copy HTML

 I like my pink thong and make a point to wear it in public at least once a year.  Here's a picture of me taken in South Carolina a few years back
http://www.flickr.com/photos/bikini_couple/8050268976/
bikinicouple #135

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:05/16/2014 09:16:21Copy HTML

 Wore my N2N pink pouchy thong to the beach a month ago!  So exhilarating! Check out the picture here.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/bikini_couple/14177832346/
bbyrne78 #136

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:05/18/2014 06:18:27Copy HTML

I have lots of suits that are baby pink or hot pink. Baby pink especially, makes a good tan pop.

Earlier this year, I had purchased my husband a couple Aussiebum suits that featured pink as well as a baby pink thong suit from an online store.

At first he wore the Aussiebum suit at the pool at home and got some nice comments from some of our friends and family. He has since worn it down to our local beach without any incident. He hasn't however, worn his pink thong anywhere other than in our backyard pool. It is far too sheer to wear in public.

Love Bren
Tanned Bum #137

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:05/18/2014 01:08:28Copy HTML

For the last few years my swimsuits consisted of a bunch of black,navy blue and royal blue thongs. My wife decided to add some color to my drawer a couple years back and a purple and a pink thong from Joe Snyder were in the mix.

No Way was I ever going to wear a purple or pink thong out on the beach, they are too bright for me. I have worn them while out on my boat fishing with my wife, but thats about it. The good thing is I mostly wear JS rio thongs and the tanlines stay the same. When I tan I do get dark and will admit I like the contrast and now own some brighter colors. Only one person other than my wife has seen at picture of me in a pink thong. It was a female coworker/friend how knows I wear thong swimsuits. When she scrolled by on my phone, she did comment on it "Pink and Tan looks good on you".

I've have been looking for a new thong swimsuit with a little bit of hot pink highlights. But that probably will be the most pink thong I would wear to a public beach.
mack_back #138

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:05/18/2014 04:41:25Copy HTML

Does the color fuchsia, considered in the color spectrum of pink?  Own a rio and thong and wore it to the gym pool. It does show a lot being wet and no lining. Yet nobody says anything except stares from some women finding i or the suit is way to skimpy or color very feminine. Either way i get slight smirks from ladies that normally wouldn't care or look upon me wearing anything else. the color dose pop and i kind of like it when i get tanned. Worn it so much the color has changed from the chemicals in the whirlpool and pool into some darker silvery fuchsia. Had navy swimsuit slight glitter but dark color, again it changed it's hue into purple from all my pool activities. Had watermelon red AQUX swim briefs which now turn into a light pink from the fading of the pool water.
Some advice is buy yourself some hot red color thongs go to the pool constantly and sooner or later you will be wearing pink swimwear.
Was never a believer in pink swimwear but attention i get regardless what i wear doesn't matter. Who's kidding who wearing black or navy swim thong people are going to stare, why not raise the bar and choose colors nobody wears hot pinks or purple hues. For whatever reason people believe in the mindset, pink is for women and baby blue is for men. Don't think anyone would be confused seeing my body in a pink thong saying he looks like a women. Unless they are clueless of a males anatomy front and center just like mine projects.
stanpuppy #139

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:05/19/2014 08:49:52Copy HTML

I think for guys, the cut of the thong is far more important than the color.  Generally, the more extremen the more snickers, looks, comments, etc you are going to get regardless of color.  I have born this theory out in south beach Miami.  Over 4 days I layed out in the same area, on the same beach outside the same hotel.  For 3 days I wore  muscleskins posers ( in yellow, pink and white) which was basically a non event, I may as well been wearing dork shorts as nobody batted an eye or said anything.  On the 4th day, I ran out of posers and put a torpedo on (black, exact same cut in the back).  I got all kinds of looks, comments, etc.  The response was definitely more dramatic.  Same thing happened with my wife.  The comments went up dramatically on day f4 when she ran out of wicked weasel 449 G-strings and put on a 457. 
JM_Runs #140

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:05/19/2014 09:54:52Copy HTML

There is a HUGE difference between a thong with a bit of a bulge and a torpedo thong, not just the cut but the overtly sexual/exhibitionist nature of the latter.
TennStud #141

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:05/19/2014 10:12:12Copy HTML

 Pink is just another color and doesn't mean anything more than that, unless one wants it to be more. Then, it's the color anyway
RapidBlue #142

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:05/20/2014 09:55:14Copy HTML

 I agree color is not the real issue. I think a hot pink or fuchsia really makes a tan stand out. I hate it when people make assumption about sexuality based on color that someone is wearing. I own a few hot pink and fuchsia thong that are fantastic. The cut is more of an issu for most people  thong with torpedo fronts generate more interest both negative and some positive. Bulge cut semes to be more acceptable and I get much better interest in this style no matter the color. My fuchsia bulge enhancing thong brings lots of positive attention. I tend to like bright colors and am confident wearing them. The real issue in my little opinion come down to confidence. The more confident you are the better resonse no matter what color you choose ti wear.
thonglife #143

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:05/22/2014 01:38:17Copy HTML

Feeling a bit more bold this summer, I bought a Muscleskins Poser thong in raspberry to wear at Sunsplash and perhaps on a trip to the beach at home. It will be my first ever piece of clothing in the pink color realm.
Cockringgstring #144

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:06/14/2015 02:36:25Copy HTML

 I have many hot pink thongs from Thongbiker, Jovana & Tendenze. Last weekend I wore my Tendenze Lewis hot pink thong to Marina Del Ray/ Venice Beach in Los Angeles. Spent about 4 hours working on my tanline. Plenty of beach goers around, absolutely no issues. I'm comfortable and confident enough to pull it so it feels awesome.  
amethyst2513 #145

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:06/15/2015 02:13:50Copy HTML

I've got a hot pink Joe Snyder Bulge Thong and I absolutely love it.  I bought it, but told my wife they sent it to me as a "bonus" pair or something, lol.  I want to get a couple more actually since they make me feel kinda feminine.  I have't worn it out in public, but I've only been out in public in a thong about 5 times now, not counting my driveway.   My collection is so large that unless I make the effort to intentionally wear it, it'll probably never make it to the beach when I have so many other options to choose from!  I've got "real" swimwear from Skinzwear and Koala that see the most use right now outside.  Though the Koala suits that reduce/compress your package are starting to sound enticing and I hear some of them come in pink...


That being said, I have pale skin and I love the cut and I love the color of this Joe Snyder thong, so I'd wear it if I packed it and never think twice!  :)
shavedboy #146

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:06/15/2015 04:19:46Copy HTML

 I have a couple of custom made crochet ping g-strings.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/waxedboy/11251217816/in/pool-1616379@N21/

I posted that to our flickr group a while ago.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/HANDMADE-CROCHET-MESH-NET-MICRO-THONG-ANY-COLOR-BEACH-POOL-LOUNGING-TANNING-/271480962181?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f3586bc85

this is a recent offering from the same artist.  she will do any color you want.  after the auction closes but before she ties the suit, she gets precise measurements from you and instructions as to how thick the holes should be.  turn around is very fast.
miamifred50 #147

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:06/15/2015 08:06:14Copy HTML

I thought my G-strings were radical and extreme, but you, sir, take the top prize. Nicely done.
odiekyle #148

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:06/15/2015 08:51:18Copy HTML

 I've got a hot pink one sided suit that I'm bringing to Sunsplash, although I added a black elastic "waistband" to it to keep it from rolling down....it's a good color for a nice tan....:)
CKWonderer #149

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:12/09/2017 01:59:15Copy HTML

I just got my new Joe Snyder pink thong. I’ve always thought about getting one but wanted to get other styles and colors as a priority. But since they  went on sale Black Friday And with free shipping I threw them in. I typically wear color prints, blue, black, orange, purple, fuchsia colored thongs to swim and sun. I asked my wife about if would look good on me about a year ago and didn’t really get a specific response. I still have a good tan even in December so it should contrast well. After I show her I’ll give and update in a week or so. 
Mineralguy #150

Re:Wearing a pink thong

Date Posted:12/09/2017 02:16:18Copy HTML

 No problems wearing pink. I am partial to fluorescent colors. Or dark colors with flourescent trim
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