Bikini

From Spanking Art
Photomodel Jassi wearing a bikini.

A bikini or two piece is a women's swimsuit with two parts, the top and the bottom. The bikini top covers the breasts, while the bikini bottom covers the genitals and anus (and optionally the buttocks). The midriff between the top and the bottom is uncovered. There are many variants, including the tankini (which is two-piece, but the top piece covers the midriff) and the monokini (which is one-piece with the breasts uncovered, but the midriff covered by the bottom piece).

Bikinis are often worn in hot weather or while swimming or sunbathing. The shapes of both parts of a bikini resemble women's underwear, and the bottom part can range from revealing thong or g-string to briefs and modest square-cut shorts. "Scrunch bottom" or "scrunch butt" bikinis have a vertical stitching or seam at the back that ruffles the elastic fabric slightly so that it goes a little into the gluteal cleft, shaping the buttocks better.

There are also other meanings of "bikini". Merriam–Webster's Collegiate Dictionary (11th edition) describes a bikini as "a woman's scanty two-piece bathing suit", "a man's brief swimsuit" and "a man's or woman's low-cut briefs".

Reality Spanking Videos[edit]

In the late 1990s Raven Hill Studios created some of the first reality-fetish videos with their Beach Girl Spankings series. Walking the beaches of Florida, they interviewed young bikini-clad women at random, offering a cash reward for enduring a trio of five-minute spankings at a nearby beach house.

After an over the knee hand-spanking with their bikini bottoms pulled down or taken completely off, the girls then blindly select the next two implements to be used (hairbrush, paddle, strap, cane, etc.) off a board in mock game-show fashion.

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