Bathing suits, also known as bathing suits, are used for many purposes. Basically, for the general public, they are intended to avoid nudity or exposure while swimming or sunbathing in public places such as public beaches and swimming pools. Swimmers in a competition can use them for thermal protection and contestants in a beauty pageant, to show off their bodies.

Swimming without a bathing suit is illegal in many parts of the United States, as it is considered a form of indecent exposure. There are special beaches and resorts reserved for people who want to strip while swimming. The number of nude beaches has increased in recent years and their popularity continues to grow.

There are many types of swimwear available for men, women, and children. Men's swimwear may include shorts, briefs, shorts, jammers, speedo-style briefs, thongs, or cropped jeans. Women's swimsuits mainly consist of one-piece swimsuits, bikinis, or thongs, with variants such as monokinis, tankinis, and string bikinis. Most beaches allow the use of pants, underwear, or T-shirts as makeshift swimsuits, but pools rarely do.

Professional swimmers generally wear special types of bathing suits or bathing suits, usually made of spandex. They can wear full bodysuits, racer back styles, jammers, and racing briefs to protect against drag, skin chafing, pitting, and abrasion.

There are countless types, styles, designs, and variants of swimwear that have emerged in recent years, and the number and popularity of certain styles continues to grow.

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