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    String Bikini

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    String Bikini 350-500 Rudi Gernreich, a clothes designer originally from Vienna, is accredited for inventing the string bikini in 1974. They became all the rage in Brazil, but gained wider popularity in the United States in the early 1990s. Bridgett Bardot, a French actress from the 1960’s sported this charming type of bikini with abandon, while songs like “Itty Bitty String Bikini” attributed to the swimwear’s success. They are a more revealing version of the standard bikini. There are now popular

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    Bikini Body Guide Essay

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    My Website: http://www.bikinibodyguidereview.com/ Focus Keyword/Anchor: bikini body guide Bikini Body Guide – Want Your Bikini Body In Just 12 Weeks or Less? Ladies, I want you to do something real quick for me and that is to just close your eyes and imagine yourself laying on the beach, full of confidence wearing nothing but your two piece bikini getting your tan on feeling and looking sexier than ever... Imagine what your perfect body would look like or at least what you want it to look like

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    Dcumentary Radio Bikini

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    Radio bikini was a documentary about an operation known as operation crossroads. After the atomic bombs were dropped on japan during world war two many questions arose such as what type of effects would a bomb of this magnitude have on a single battleship or an entire fleet? What would be the effects of an air explosion and an underwater explosion? What are the effects from the radiation? How would the underwater explosion affect the ships and the harbor? How long would the deadly affects linger

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    Door 23

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    open. By now, I was starting to feel like a prune and I was thinking about heading up to my room. A tall woman wearing a yellow string bikini strolled into the pool house. Maybe I’ll kick it here for a little while longer, I thought. She had long black hair that hung down past her ass and her large melon shaped breasts that strained the fabric of her bikini top. Damn, I thought. I’d like to bite into one of those melons and pray for lockjaw. She headed to the spa where I sat soaking up the

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    Swimwear Essay

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    As body exposure becomes increasingly socially acceptable; does the bikini as a garment empower women? Or does it construct a negative identity of the wearer, and objectifying us in such a way that evokes negative attention, such as ‘the male gaze’? In the 1800’s women were required to wear bathing suits that had weights sewn in the hem, to prevent it from rising in the water, and to preserve the modesty of the wearer. These bathing suits were essentially a long dress made of flannel, as discretion

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    were not ideal for swimming. A particular piece of artwork emerged that depicted Greek women in scantily clad bathing attire. This painting known as Ladies of Pompeii features Greek women running about in what look like modern day bandeau tops and bikini bottoms(Examiner, 2012). This swimwear was worn by most women, but it was not uncommon for women to bathe or swim in the nude. Contrary to popular belief, the practice of recreational swimming was quite popular especially among young women. With the

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    The Power of Personal Image

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    The Power of Personal Image A young woman stands in front of the mirror and is disgusted by the reflection that only she can see. Thunder thighs, flabby arms, and a pot belly obstruct her view of the beautiful, smart, and loving woman who stares back at her. This is exactly the type of person the advertisement agencies and the media prey upon, someone who is self-conscious and ashamed of her body, someone who is willing to go to any length or pay any price to have the "perfect" body. In her

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    Sexualizng Young Girls at a Young Age

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    Push-up bikini Tops, Pole dancing kits, overly sexy dolls, thongs with suggestive sayings, and pregnant barbies, all of these products are being marketed to your children. Girls as young as 6 or 7 years of age, just starting kindergarten, are being targeted by many companies who are convinced that they are doing absolutely nothing wrong. But experts say that these toys can leave a negative impression that can cause all kinds of problems both emotional and physical on a young girl’s life. The Peek-a-boo

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    Life in the Sixties

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    was for his thoughts to go astray. The three girls walking into the A & P was not what was wrong, it was the fact that they came in wearing bathing suits. Not just the normal bathing suit, but a bikini! By law, one had to be over eighteen just to get in to a movie if there were going to be women in bikinis in it. Two piece bathing suits were practically unheard of and if someone was caught wearing one, they might have been considered wild and irresponsible. Walking into the grocery store would be

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    be separated came from. They both knew what was going to be going on at the pool that day. Groups of men sitting around their coolers talking about the girl with the big butt or helping their friends strategize on how to get the girl in the string bikini to come closer or at least bend over. That is what men do. The ones that are taken help...

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