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Date Posted:06/02/2015 06:00:01Copy HTML

4th of July is coming and I am looking for a good stars and stripes thong or G.Really looking for a sleek one. Not one that looks like it came straight from 1982.Anybody have one they wear and like?Looking for some suggestions....
nadathing #1

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Date Posted:06/02/2015 07:24:52Copy HTML

 Well, depending upon what you mean by a "stars and stripes thong" and not looking "like it came straight from 1982", consider beachndance.com.  Tambre (owner) has thong styles and a few patriotic fabrics.  You can also get good service from her.
75texasthong #2

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Date Posted:06/02/2015 07:37:50Copy HTML

 I guess what I am saying is a lower cut thong. Not high waisted.
The best one I found is http://lagosswimwear.ecrater.com/p/19940346/american-flag-thong-swimsuit-medium-31-33 I like this one, have never bought from them and also wanted to see some others.
nadathing #3

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Date Posted:06/07/2015 12:20:53Copy HTML

Well, I don't think beachndance.com has the red/white stripe fabric to go with the stars, to make a suit that looks like the flag.  Though she has a few fabrics that are "patriotic.  She probably could & would make a suit in the style if the one pictured as your preference.
I'm not sure where else you might go for a suit just like the one pictured.
SolarOne #4

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Date Posted:06/07/2015 01:43:43Copy HTML

 I'm wondering if the following woman's thong will have enough stretch if a guy wants to wear it. http://www.aliexpress.com/item/2015-New-Sexy-Tie-Thong-Separates-Swimsuit-Panties-Womens-Swimwear-Bandage-Bathing-Suit-Plus-Size-Brazilian/32297701901.html

The flag one looks good, and I linked to one that comes as an e-packet. So there is a decent chance it gets here for the fourth if you order now. I didn't link to the cheapest one, just the first I found with the best free shipping.
Beached_Santa_Cruz #5

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Date Posted:06/07/2015 03:03:11Copy HTML

 I had few women's thongs that were like the one from Aliexpress.  I found that since the front was adjustable it worked fine for "creating a pouch".  I'm fairly "medium size" and felt fine wearing it without worry about falling out.
JM_Runs #6

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Date Posted:06/08/2015 12:22:30Copy HTML

JM_Runs #7

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Date Posted:09/05/2018 02:45:43Copy HTML

From Facebook: A friend was told by her husband that wearing her stars and stripes bikini was disrespectful. I knocked out a short reply saying: 1) Respect is earned. If you demand respect it is not respect but subservience. 2) Most nations see their flag as owned by the people, to use or misuse as they want. The flag is not a symbol of the ruling party, unless you have one party rule. 3) The bible warns against idolatry, for good reason, bowing to a symbol is missing the message. 4) Demanding respect for symbols, like a flag, are common traits of fake patriotism, nationalism and xenophobic groups. Groups who often tarnish the image so badly it becomes spurned or even banned. I think you should wear what makes you comfortable, but be aware that in today's partizan and racial atmosphere you may be unwittingly sending messages you did not intend. For example I have a number of running caps, of which some are red. Currently I don't wear the red ones for fear it would suggest alignment or sympathy for xenophobic politics. I think it is fine to wear a stars and stripes bikini. As American as apple pie. If the bikini was blue would people say you were disrespecting the color blue? No, obviously not. In the USA people have put the flag on everything from fireworks to napkins to used car dealerships. The largest flags I have ever seen flew over the shadiest used car dealerships. The cat is long since out of the bag. Attempts to elevate the flag as something to be worshiped smack of idolatry. It suggests the flag is not the peoples flag to fly, wave and use how and when they want, - but for some a pseudo religious symbol for people who demand others also pay respect to their idol in the same way they do. Unfortunately, like many idols and political flags, the US flag seems to have become wrapped in ancestor, tribal and religious worship. Maybe one of the best ways to break that association is to wear it as a bikini. To take ownership of your flag and what it means to you. For you to celebrate your joy in being an American in your own personal way.
gw32 #8

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Date Posted:09/05/2018 08:07:08Copy HTML

Well JM_Runs, philosophically I agree with you 100%. However, I am totally anti-nationalism and think that the concept of countries, borders, citizenship its one of the sources of humanity's troubles. HOWEVER, we live in an established country and the flag is a distinct, and intentional, symbol of that country. YOU and I can see the issue the way we want but the government does NOT agree. There is a very detailed code for display and use of the flag and clothing is ABSOLUTELY forbidden. As is advertising and using parts of it in graphics etc etc. Below are some bits from the US Flag Code (get your own here: https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CDOC-109sdoc18/pdf/CDOC-109sdoc18.pdf) A few relevant points from the Disrespecting The Flag section: The flag should never be used as wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery. It should never be festooned, drawn back, nor up, in folds, but always allowed to fall free. Bunting of blue, white, and red, always arranged with the blue above, the white in the middle, and the red below, should be used for covering a speaker’s desk, draping the front of the platform, and for decoration in general. (g) The flag should never have placed upon it, nor on any part of it, nor attached to it any mark, insignia, letter, word, figure, design, picture, or drawing of any nature. (i) The flag should never be used for advertising purposes in any manner whatsoever. It should not be embroidered on such articles as cushions or handkerchiefs and the like, printed or otherwise impressed on paper napkins or boxes or anything that is designed for temporary use and discard. Advertising signs should not be fastened to a staff or halyard from which the flag is flown. (j) No part of the flag should ever be used as a costume or athletic uniform. However, a flag patch may be affixed to the uniform of military personnel, firemen, policemen, and members of patriotic organizations. The flag represents a living country and is itself considered a living thing. Therefore, the lapel flag pin being a replica, should be worn on the left lapel near the heart. Sooo, no the bikini is not OK (fine with ME, but...) and all those "patriotic" yahoos with them flying from their trucks, painted on their doors, as a bandana, flying in all conditions until its ripped and stained are really disrespecting the flag. Just a bit of FYI
JM_Runs #9

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Date Posted:09/05/2018 10:31:42Copy HTML

The pledge of allegiance and current flag code are mostly a product of cold war mccarthyism. In retrospect probably not the best idea.

And I think we can agree there is a difference between the flag proper and clothing that might be flag inspired.  And, to a large part the US Flag code has been superseded by Supreme Court rulings on freedom of speech and expression. That's the constitution in action.

 America was not founded on idolatry of a flag. The founding fathers would have been agast.  If you are born in America, or naturalized, you are an American: With all the rights and duties that entails. You don't get to be a super class of American by continuing to pledge allegiance to the flag. Nor is there a lesser class of Americans because they don't repeatedly pledge allegiance.  There are groups like the Amish who choose not too, which is their right, and they are no less American for it.

Words can change meaning. Sometimes the same word can mean completely different things. Over time misused or overused words can and do change meaning. Symbols can suffer the same fate, especially when used to divide people or define better and lesser people.

 The Devanagari symbol "conducive to well being or auspicious" is a good example. In Hinduism, the clockwise symbol symbolized the sun, prosperity and good luck, while the counterclockwise symbol symbolized night, or tantric aspects of Kali. While in Buddhism it symbolizes the auspicious footprints of the Buddha.  When I grew up our first editions of Rudyard Kipling's works were bound in blue with the symbol in gold on the spine and cover. However we no longer user the swastika because it got symbolically tangled up with ardent German nationalism, fascism and xenophobia.  

We may be wise to let Americans express their Americanism how they wish, rather than mandating a specific ritualized performance, which the Supreme Court has already ruled is unconstitutional.   As I originally posted, true respect is earned, not mandated. Mandated respect is nothing more than forced supplication. This is a lesson wise men try to teach to young officers in the military. 

Often overlooked in the days of TV political personalities, we do not owe our elected our loyalty: They owe us their loyalty. This goes for the institutions of government too. 

John Howard #10

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Date Posted:09/06/2018 07:12:42Copy HTML

😂😂😂😂😂 i would love to get hold of a MAGA red thong but as the 4 letters wouldnt fit on the back triangle, a full back 5 cm sides red  speedo would do!

gw32 #11

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Date Posted:09/06/2018 07:28:14Copy HTML

JM_Runs - I agree with you 100%. I just posted that info because there is a whole class of people who get a bee in their bonnet about "disrespect" and "honoring the flag" etc etc (or get all nutty about NFL players taking a knee - even though it has nothing to do with the flag and everything to do with equality and liberty) and, yet, technically do so themselves with their mailboxes, flags flying 24/7, bandanas etc.
JayByrd #12

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Date Posted:09/06/2018 07:39:09Copy HTML

I read the flag code as talking about actual flags. The flag should never be used as wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery. The way I see it, that does not exclude putting red/white stripes and white stars on a field of blue on a bathing suit. My Neptio American Flag Men's Tanning Pouch is no more a flag than the bunting that graces the speaker's podium on Independence Day. Disclaimer: I'm not a lawyer, nor have I ever played one on TV.
gw32 #13

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Date Posted:09/07/2018 06:56:11Copy HTML

@JayByrd: "I read the flag code as talking about actual flags. " Which I think is what they mean, but it certainly leaves it open to interpretation somewhat.
JM_Runs #14

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Date Posted:09/08/2018 12:14:53Copy HTML

As a moderator I have removed some comments from this thread that were taking it off topic. When people repeatedly posted about ISIS thongs, (Not a thing), and links about political protests that were not about thongs or flags, I put up with a bit of it. But repeated attempts to hijack the thread means those comments are gone. This is not a 4chan message board. The thread topic is "stars and stripes thongs".
75texasthong #15

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Date Posted:09/08/2018 08:50:20Copy HTML

Hey I'm definately a conservative and a Patriot, especially in the manner people should be able to do what they want with little gov inteference.

I love my stars and stripes thong, and proud to wear it.

It is not like I cut up a flag to do it.

 Anyway we can show american pride is good.

in the end all of us Americans are in this together!!

32189 #16

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Date Posted:09/09/2018 03:33:42Copy HTML

I recently bought a starts and stripes thong swimsuit and wore it each day during the week of 4th of July this year. I do not see anything wrong with it nor did I get any dirty looks or comments. There were some that even praised me and said it looked good. I have worn my stars and stripes a number of times since and each time has been a good experience. I have seen other men and women wearing stars and stripes swimsuits and I have not ever seen a problem. To me it is just festive!
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