However, I also think that the two other staments revealing, unfashionable should have sources to them as well, otherwise I think it would be better that we just drop this sentence altogether from the article. If that's the case then I don't mind that we revert this sentence back to its previous state. It is a simple fact that many people in the United States consider speedos to be a gay attire. In fact most males in australia only wear speedos when they need to EG. The ancients invented the seaside resort and spent a great deal of gold on, and time in, their blessed public baths, where the men bathed and swam naked.
The institution that did more to export this vision of a sandy, nicely rounded utopia than any other, smuggling millions upon millions of 'budgies,' was originally called MacRae Knitting Mills after the family who founded it in Australia in
WikiProject Swimming swimming articles Swimming portal. But if you do, it's probably because you're gay. Speedos and even more revealing male swimsuits are popular in South America, Asia, much of Europe, and especially, of course, in the land of the pert-butted lifesaver: To their eternal credit, it was the Australians who struck the first blow against the 19th-century phalliban. From my personnal experience on the Web, it would more likely be a "World vs English-speaking countries" thing, but that also would be more of an opinion than an actual proven fact.
Also I would like to specify that I'm not "anti-speedo" by a long shot. Bathing and swimming are undoubtedly pagan passions. Speedos and even more revealing male swimsuits are popular in South America, Asia, much of Europe, and especially, of course, in the land of the pert-butted lifesaver: I also added back a couple of tags as this article is still fairly marginal in terms of properly referencing its claims. They are more likely to be worked-out. We apologize to the guest who was affected by our previous policy. Baggy shorts are a deliberate and cruel affront to homos'but it's nice to know that straight men are thinking about us so much.