The term “bikini” is used to describe a bikini, a bikini swimsuit and other similar clothing that is designed for women’s body type.
The term refers to clothing that has been designed specifically for women who swim and are generally not designed for men.
The definition of a bikini differs from other body type clothing, however.
For example, a swimsuit is usually meant to be worn by women who are naturally athletic, muscular and have a healthy body image.
The word “bikinis” refers to a type of swimsuit that has no front or back seams.
The front seam is not meant to provide any protection from the elements, but instead is intended to provide a comfortable, streamlined look that can be worn all day.
This type of style of swimwear has become a big part of popular culture in the US, particularly among the younger demographic of women.
However, some bikini-clad women have been reported to have complained about not being able to wear their swimsuits to the gym, having their hair and body hair shorn or having their clothing pulled down in public.
The Australian Classification Board (ACB) is set to publish a list of common body type clothes this week, including swimsuits and swimwear accessories.
It is expected to classify body type from the bottom up and will give guidelines for consumers, the public and the health professionals.
ABC Fact Check will be following up on the ACB’s guidelines and what they mean for the average consumer.
The ABC has contacted the Australian Classification Agency for comment.