written by pweety jay
Have you ever thought of reasons not to wear a thong? It seems like weâ€™re always encouraged to wear one since we all want to avoid the dreaded VPL or visible panty line, but is it the only way to go? Iâ€™m not anti-thong by any means, but I wanted to share some of the reasons many women decide against wearing the illustrious thong. If youâ€™re a die-hard thong fan, check out some of the reasons not to wear a thong and let us know what you think!
One of the top reasons not to wear a thong for many women is due to the risk of infection. According to Adelaide Nardone OB-GYN, the thong acts as a connector and it can create a free ride for bacteria from your perineum to your womanliness causing a yeast infection. Nardone also adds that thongs tend to rub, which can cause tiny tears in your womanliness as well.
2. LACK OF PROTECTION
Another common reason medical professionals advise against frequent thong wear is the lack of protection the teeny weeny thong provides. Dr. Harlan Wichelhaus, an obstetrician and gynecologist from the Specialty Obstetrics Gynecology and Fertility Department in Texas City, states that frequent thong wear can cause lacerations of the anus and hemorrhoids. In addition, Wichelhaus says that thongs can cut off circulation to the womanly area!
3. CLEAR VISIBILITY
While many ladies prefer to bypass a visible panty line, thongs can make things a little too visible at times. If youâ€™re wearing sheer pants, low-rise pants or a sheer or short skirt, you can end up showing off a lot more than you intended! A strong gust of wind and your cheeks can be on full display. Sheer pants with the wrong thong can put your bum on display more than VPL would!
4. NOT FOOLPROOF
Many believe that wearing a thong guarantees a seamless backside, but thatâ€™s not always the case. Even the most well-meaning thong can still show lines. While itâ€™s less likely youâ€™ll get the bulky look of panties, ill-fitting thongs can still create their own panty line as well as create an unsightly bulge around the stomach and reveal itself at the waistline.
5. RIDING UP
Wearing a thong also does not guarantee that your undies wonâ€™t ride up on you. While a lot of this might have to do with the type of thong underwear you wear, thongs can ride up just like other types of underwear. Whether theyâ€™re sliding or riding up your jeans or bum, numerous women feel that thongs can still be just as uncomfortable as other types of underwear. The bottom line is, thongs are not wedgie-free!
Another common complaint amongst women who donâ€™t prefer thong underwear is that thongs can irritate sensitive skin down there. Again, this wonâ€™t be the case for all women. Some women find that thongs are the most comfy, but for some, thongs can irritate the womanly area. If you have hemorrhoids or already have an infection, thongs are definitely to be avoided at all costs!
The last reason to not to wear a thong has to do with working out. When weâ€™re working out, we obviously move around a lot and get hot and sweaty. All of that moisture and friction combined with wearing a thong can be a breeding ground for bacteria! Always wear cotton undies when working out and switching to seamless panties might be a better option when youâ€™re working out!
So what do you think, ladies? I think there are both good reasons for wearing and not wearing thongs, but would you ever change your mind about wearing thong underwear?