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    • #12343
      Anonymous
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      Hey all!

      I’m just wondering how people out there feel about somethin. I’m a guy and I prefer to wear a female swimsuit when I’m swimming. I’m not gay and I’m not a cross dresser, I just prefer the fit and comfort of a female swimsuit.

      I’ve only once been to a pool wearing a female suit but everyone stared so much that I left after about 10mintes, Is anyone out there a bit more understanding?

    • #35282
      HOOSIER77
      Member

      WHAT SCHOOL DO YOU SWIM FOR

    • #35283
      Anonymous
      Member

      I used to be in my high school team but I don’t swim for a team at the moment. Honestly, what’re your thoughts on this??

    • #35284
      Anonymous
      Member

      Perhaps you could swim for [insert name of team you don’t like here].

    • #35285
      Derek
      Member

      I think we just found the new “strangest thread”

    • #35286
      Anonymous
      Member

      Well do you not think some of the professional male suits are kinda similar?

      http://www.swim-shop.com/images/ProductImages/ar_s_SW183M_BmPwrsknllg.jpg?osCsid=effd625c61c8c981187266ca6a1a9eec

    • #35287
      Derek
      Member

      Women’s suits are cut different. There is no legitimate comparison.

    • #35288
      Anonymous
      Member

      I guess the female cut might be what you find comfortable but its still wierd man

    • #35289
      Anonymous
      Member

      If I was at the pool you went to I’d be staring too… sorry SwimIt

    • #35290
      Anonymous
      Member

      😯 Why?
      You say you prfer wering a girls costume but u’ve only been swiming in it once. You make it sound like you wear it other times not swiming.

    • #35291
      Anonymous
      Member

      Well quite a few times I’ve gone to the pool with the swimsuit but when I get there I change my mind and either don’t go in or I wear normal trunks.

      What’s the deal? Is it really so strange? It’s just more comfortable. It’s just convention that that style of suit is worn by women. Guy’s costumes used to be like that ages ago and womens covered the arms and legs. It’s just current convention that makes it seem strange… Does no one agree?

    • #35292
      Anonymous
      Member

      😯 …still wierd to me.

    • #35293
      Anonymous
      Member

      Hey, cool, someone voted yes. Some people out there have open minds!

    • #35294
      Anonymous
      Member

      As a guest it says i can’t vote, but I think I’d vote yes too. I’d never do it even if yoiu paid me but if your more comfortble then go for it. Be prepared to be laghed at thouhg. If you go to a pool then you need to know everyone will be looking.

    • #35295
      Kari Byron
      Member

      I’ve heard of High School teams wearing women’s suits as a form of drag before. Is this what you’re talking about, SwimIt?

    • #35296
      Anonymous
      Member

      I could say yes as an easy way out… but no, it’s just my preference…

    • #35297
      Kari Byron
      Member

      So you choose to wear them at competitions?

    • #35298
      Tiger2
      Member

      @SwimIt wrote:

      Well do you not think some of the professional male suits are kinda similar?

      Of course they are, just minus the legs.
      And if Speedo or TYR or someone made a male suit that was cut like a women’s suit, and marketed it for men….lots of men would wear it.
      It’s just the idea of wearing a women’s suit that would freak out most guys. Just too much for their fragile male ego to handle.

      I’ve often wondered, don’t you guys worry about that little thing falling off (the suit I mean) while you’re swimming?

    • #35299
      The Treat
      Member

      @Tiger2 wrote:

      I’ve often wondered, don’t you guys worry about that little thing falling off (the suit I mean) while you’re swimming?

      unless you cant tie a knot, it’s really not a big deal. in 17 years of swimming, i’ve only had a suit kind of fall off once, and that was cause i forgot to tie it cause it was a little late for practice.

    • #35300
      Anonymous
      Member

      So you choose to wear them at competitions?

      Yeah. 😳 Still get occasional looks but it tends to blend in with the competition suits mentioned earlier.

      Like I mentioned earlier, I’d stand out so much at a pool. I’ve actually gone to the pool loads of times with the swimsuit already on under my clothes but then swapped it for trunks once I get to the changing rooms out of fear..! Poor me.

    • #35301
      Anonymous
      Member

      From that is it true then u’ve worn the female suit more out of the pool than you have in the pool?

    • #35302
      Anonymous
      Member

      Probably.

      It’s a comfortable piece of clothing so I’m not too bothered when I’ve worn it.

      You guys out there, try wearing one sometime; not neccesarily at a pool. Just try wearing one at home or something and forget it’s supposed to be for a girl: see if you think it’s comfortable or not.

    • #35303
      Monkey Boy
      Member

      Sounds super cool! Maybe we can email you pics too?

    • #35304
      Anonymous
      Member

      πŸ˜• not quite what i meant!

      I just meant don’t knock it til you’ve tried it!

    • #35305
      Kari Byron
      Member

      SwimIt, how old are you?

      I find it very odd that you would wear a swimsuit around the house as if it were a bathrobe, cotton gym shorts, or pajamas. Even more disturbing is that you find it comfortable. I don’t know of many racing suits that I’ve ever found comfortable enough to be everyday wear. Back in the day I couldn’t wait to take off a meet suit right after my events.

      I know I’m not the only one thinking it, but I won’t be the first to say it.

      *Comment deleted*

    • #35306
      Anonymous
      Member

      @Kari Byron wrote:

      I know I’m not the only one thinking it, but I won’t be the first to say it.

      *Comment deleted*

      I’ll do it. SwimIt, you may need therapy.

    • #35307
      Anonymous
      Member

      When I said try wearing one at home, I meant just put it on to see that it’s comfortable then take it off again, because I doubt you’ll try wearing one at a pool.

      I didn’t mean that I wear it at home like pajamas. I maintain that it’s comfortable, hardly something that requires therapy. I guess if I wore it around the house it’d be therapy time! As it stands, I don’t wear it round the house!

    • #35308
      Anonymous
      Member

      Poor SwimIt. People seem to have been a bit harsh.

      If I for some reason owned a female swimsuit I’d try it on just so I could actually give an opinion to you based on fact rather then based on preconceived ideas.

      No chance I’d wear it at a pool, but if it fits you better then why not? People get ridiculed for wearing trunks instead of shorts when their at school usually, so don’t fret too much over people laughing.

    • #35309
      Derek
      Member

      Ok, since none of us have an extra women’s suit laying around to look at (or try on, the those of you who are more adventurous), go find a picture of a women’s suit. look at the way the suit is cut around the groin and hip area. Enough said.

    • #35310
      Anonymous
      Member

      The stretch of many suits is easily enough to compensate for that.

    • #35311
      Anonymous
      Member

      We could do a sponsored swim-in-a-female-swimsuit! πŸ˜€ And maybe double money for anyone who wears two swimsuits together!

      πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    • #35312
      Anonymous
      Member

      …you know what; I’m gonna go now and cut up my swimsuit.

      Ah well

    • #35313
      Anonymous
      Member

      what a wierd thread…

      In the interest of … something, I’m going to wear a female swimsuit for a day, SwimIt! Perhaps I’ll see your side of things… then again, maybe it’ll just serve to back up what I expect…

      I’ll get back to you after!

    • #35314
      Anonymous
      Member

      Me again.

      I’ve got a swimsuit on now…

      It’s an odd feeling, but then so is wearing shoes after only wearing trainers for a year. Already I can say that I’ll never wear it at a pool.

      I’m going to keep it on for a while to get used to it and see what I think then.

    • #35315
      Anonymous
      Member

      you all need to get a life

    • #35316
      Anonymous
      Member

      Sorry for the delayed response.

      Once I got used to wearing the swimsuit it felt ok. (most importantly, once I got over the fact that it was a female suit it just felt normal) I’d not wear it instead of trunks and i’d not wear it at a pool but there’s nothing wrong with the feel or the fit.

    • #35317
      Anonymous
      Member

      Hmm… not exactly an understanding response from the guest above… Thanks for your opinion Anon1, I’m very surprised someone actually went out and tried a swimsuit.

      I hope people can be slightly more understanding, even if they think it’s strange…

    • #35318
      Kari Byron
      Member

      This just gets more ridiculous everyday!

    • #35319
      Me So Mankey
      Member

      you might want to consider man thongs…i hear they’re reaaaal comfy 😯

    • #35320
      Anonymous
      Member

      You know what, just to annoy everyone, I’m going to wear a swimsuit all day tomorrow! Yeah: morning to night.

    • #35321
      Kari Byron
      Member

      That won’t accomplish annoying anyone on here, unless you live with them. Silly SwimIt, get a hobby!

    • #35322
      Anonymous
      Member

      This is so weird–talking about cross swim suiting. — THE LITTLEST MERMAN.

    • #35323
      Anonymous
      Member

      As said before you people need to get a life!

    • #35324
      Anonymous
      Member

      I don’t suppose people’d mind if it was a girl wearing a guys costume. heh heh! I’d happily wear a female swimsuit at the pool if the girls there’d be wearing trunks πŸ˜†

    • #35325
      Anonymous
      Member

      My friend once took his sisters swimsuit to a pool by mistake. he didnt know till he was getting changed. when he complained to me and the others we were with we bet him a collective 50 quid to wear it. he did and we laughed for ages!
      😳

    • #35326
      Kari Byron
      Member

      Wearing one for pleasure and wearing one for money are two entirely different subjects.

      Oh, and what is a “quid”?

    • #35327
      iamdonovan
      Member

      Quid = British slang for “pound” (the money, not the weight). As in, “that bugger owes me 5 quid for that kebab.”

      (Translation: that “jerk” owes me 5 pounds ($10 American) for that greasy, delicious meat-like meal”)

    • #35328
      Anonymous
      Member

      Actually I did something similar years ago: I turned up at a pool and bought a swimsuit there. I asked for just a plain black and the age I wnated. When I was getting changed I took it out its sealed pack only to find I had been given a female one… for some reason I thought it’d be more embarrising to go back and explain the mistake than to just wear the thing… I wore it and I got some looks but such things have never bothered me. Like SWimIt I found it really comfortable and I’ve often worn it at the pool since. I actually find it so comfortable that I do sometimes were it at home…right now actually- not very often but, yeah.

    • #35329
      The Treat
      Member

      @Swimit wrote:

      Actually I did something similar years ago: I turned up at a pool and bought a swimsuit there. I asked for just a plain black and the age I wnated. When I was getting changed I took it out its sealed pack only to find I had been given a female one… for some reason I thought it’d be more embarrising to go back and explain the mistake than to just wear the thing… I wore it and I got some looks but such things have never bothered me. Like SWimIt I found it really comfortable and I’ve often worn it at the pool since. I actually find it so comfortable that I do sometimes were it at home…right now actually- not very often but, yeah.

      thats totally normal.

    • #35330
      Anonymous
      Member

      Is that sarcasm?

    • #35331
      Kari Byron
      Member

      @AndSO wrote:

      Is that sarcasm?

      Duh….

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