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yes or no? for me it's no. unless i'm close to port and have guests other then women.
 

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I often think of the scene in the old movie "flash dance" where the girl removes her bra from under her sweat shirt very casually while in front of her love interest, most definitely a useful method for undergarment removal!
 
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Counterintuitively, when it's hot out, it's yes. Wearing a light wicking sports bra is way cooler and more comfortable than sweating without. They dry quickly after being soaked too, faster than many bathing suits.

I remember the Flashdance scene. I think most women are good at that move, but many guys didn't know about it until then.
 

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A female crew member got tagged on the nipple by a flailing line while bra-less. A bra or swim top was always worn after that.
 
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LOL... you and my wife would have gotten along quite well... :)

My bras are so padded they qualify as a PFD. No free range here, I hate being called "sir".
 

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Ugh, none for me if I can avoid it. They leave such horrible tan lines! :D

But seriously, I agree with the previous poster that it can sometimes be cooler with than without.
 

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Just be aware that cotton shirts, especially wet ones... provide little or no UV protection, and a really nasty sunburn can be the result. :
For me - I'm not talking shirtless, I'm talking bra-less. For hot days I usually find a thin, white cotton tee-shirt to be the coolest choice.
 
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