Posted October 06, 2018 07:03:04When you’re at a bar or club, wearing a bikini may seem like a good idea.
But if it’s a full-body swimsuit or bikini, it could be an unnecessary distraction and cause a lot of trouble.
But that’s exactly what a new study has found.
The findings were published in the journal PLOS One.
They found that the use of a bikini could actually make women feel worse about their bodies.
And for women who have a fuller body, the effect can be significant, the study said.
In the study, a group of more than 700 women were shown videos of two different bikini styles.
One showed a full body swimsuit and the other showed a push-up bikini.
The full- body swimsuits had a bikini silhouette with no bra or other form of cover that is supposed to be a natural extension of the body.
The push-ups had no breast coverage and had no bra.
Bikini-clad women had an average rating of three stars out of five, while women with full- bodied bodies had an even lower rating of one star out of four.
The push- up bikini had a rating of two stars, while the full-bodied women had a higher rating of four stars.
And the women who had a full bodied body had an overall rating of 5.5 stars.
The study said the women in the study who wore a full bikini felt less confident about their own bodies than the women wearing a push up.
It’s important to remember that when it comes to body image, a woman should feel comfortable in her own skin, the authors said.
“It is not possible to tell if someone has a fuller or fuller body if they don’t feel confident about it,” the study concluded.
“However, it is important that we encourage all women to maintain a healthy body image.
In particular, we encourage women to make their own choices about the type of clothes they wear and how they present themselves to the world.”
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