When I first wrote about men and their comfort on the beach, and how I feared that was changing a number of you sent me the Whatever’s Comfortable ad. I loved it.
Then I wrote more about men in bathing suits, bathing socks really, here.
A new person sent me the Whatever’s Comfortable ad and so prompted a third post. I said a little more about men and bathing suits. See here.
Never let it be said that our readers aren’t into sharing because next a blog reader sent me this video, a non-normatively bodied man dancing in a bathing suit, looking happy and not at all ashamed.
But again, do you think it would work with a woman?
If you come across a video featuring a fat woman in a bathing suit, where she’s comfortable in her own skin and the point of the video isn’t to mock her, just let me know.
There’s also some men and bathing suit links, if you’re interested:
- Why isn’t there a men’s swimsuit issue at Sports Illustrated? http://www.cnn.com/2015/02/06/opinion/drexler-sports-illustrated-cover/
- France is the nation most tolerant of men in Speedos, http://mobile.news.com.au/travel/travel-advice/france-the-most-tolerant-of-speedo-style-swimwear/story-e6frfqfr-1226683056790
And as evidence the world is changing and that men are being fat shamed too, I offer up this ad. Sigh.