The NYT Discusses The Sunga

This weekend's New York Times featured a pretty cool take on the Brazilian sungas, describing them as looser fitting than the American speedos and also slightly scrunchy, "the bikini equivalent of a tent dress." The article by Eric Wilson also suggests stores in Rio, and gives a big nod to Blue Man, one of the oldest and most traditional swimwear labels in the country. Make sure to check out the article online.


I read that article. It was somewhat funny because the author used euphemisms to describe why the sunga is so popular: it emphasizes a very important part (at least to me) of the male anatomy.

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