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I'll be in Mexico on vacation in three weeks and I'll be surrounded by women sunbathing in all manner of adjusted bathing suits so as to have as few tan lines as possible. I'm a man, and yes it's a turn on to see women in public with
I'll be in Mexico on vacation in three weeks and I'll be surrounded by women sunbathing in all manner of adjusted bathing suits so as to have as few tan lines as possible. I'm a man, and yes it's a turn on to see women in public with undone swimsuits soaking in the sun. Therefore, I have a question for you.
When you sunbathe in public, do you adjust, untie or remove parts or all of your bathing suit to avoid tan lines? If yes, how do you do it and to what level will you go to avoid those nasty tan lines?
Multiple choice applies for the answers so please select all that apply.
I will not sunbathe to the point of a tan. That is just pure damage to the skin which lasts a lifetime (and can lead to a much shorter lifetime, at that). Having said that, if I am in a vacation resort or on a cruise, I will undo the straps on my bikini and get a few minutes of sun, with a good sunscreen applied and thus avoiding tan lines. Over the course of the summer, I do end up getting some "color" from the sun, but nothing like the tanning I did as a teen, and still regret, knowing what I know now. Oh, if you are in Mexico, or certain parts of Europe, just do what you see others doing, and thus don't "stand out". It is far less intimidating. Being dressed on a nude beach is as embarrassing as being nude on a clothing mandatory beach. Just look around. If everyone is pure topless, then lose the top. If they just undo straps, best to do likewise. It's how we have always done it when visiting different places, and it is the most comfortable way to just "blend in".