The trend is growing in popularity as more people opt to take on a more risqué look.

Bikini-clad women, who often dress in swimsuits and swim trunks to go topless in public, have been known to flaunt their wares on social media. 

They are also increasingly popular with the younger generations, who see them as a way to relax and get away from the rigors of everyday life. 

In some countries, including the United States, the trend has caught on with teenagers who have begun to adopt the new look. 

“People are going to wear bikinis because they want to,” said Lisa Houghton, a 27-year-old freelance photographer in Portland, Oregon.

“I’m like, ‘I’ll never wear a bikini again, you can’t tell me I’m a slut.

That’s a no-no.'”

Houghton has since been wearing bikinas and trunks on Instagram and Snapchat.

She said she decided to embrace the trend after being introduced to it by a friend who had gone to a bikini party and saw women flaunting their bikini tops. 

She said she thought the trend was a way for women to show off their bodies to get away with some naughty talk.

“It’s kind of like this ‘Oh, I’m just going to get off in the privacy of my own home, I’ll just go out with my boyfriend, I won’t be in public with him,'” she said.

“The whole idea was, ‘Let’s have fun, let’s have a good time.'” 

Houghtons friend, Jennifer McDaniel, also started taking the bikiness a step further.

She began taking pictures of women in bikini tops on the beach and in her bedroom, and then sharing them on social networks.

McDaniel, an American native, said she often takes photos of her family and friends in the nude, so that she could share them with friends.

“The first time I went into a store to buy clothes, I was like, OK, I might as well wear a bathing suit,” she said, adding that she did not want to get caught up in the public spotlight.

McAdams family has lived in Florida for more than 10 years, and she said she does not have to worry about the public shaming that is part of bikini culture.

“When I wear it, I feel like I’m not being judged, and it’s kind

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