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So in a world where the human mind is continuing to be a psychology complex machine, It is a well known fact that all forms of life have one unified goal throughout millions of years of existence: to reproduce. From Devendra Singh's views on optimal attraction to a female's body to David Buss' theory on what makes an ideal male is based on how well he can pay attention to, humor and protect their partner to Freud attributing the unconscious needs of a person to their sexual, biological needs.
However, in most cultures nowadays, society basically keeps those unconscious urges in control by establishing and enforcing laws that prevents sexual assault from happening although some people who do sexual assault others try to justify their assaults that they only did it because of what the victim was wearing.
With the ideas of what was discussed in mind.
Do universities and high school in general actually let their students wear a two piece in field trips?Mass media productions, a lot popular anime for instance, in general, over exaggerate the use of said trope to keep the eyes of their viewers towards the screen because they're worried that the other elements weren't enough to keep the viewers satisfied (Although in some cases, they probably should be worried about that. I am looking at you, A-1 Pictures ).
From my own experiences, I've studied in an all boys school for the entirety of my grade, middle and high school days so my hormones where kept in control for the most part even field trips (Zip lining and riding in a giant swing in Sandbox, Pampanga was pretty fun though in my last field trip in high school). The school trips that was offered to me in my classes in university never actually involved people going to a place with a large body of water, mostly museums and historical architecture, So I never actually get to see someone female wearing a swimsuit on a school field trip in my entire school life.
So in your own personal experiences, do universities and high school in general actually let their students wear a two piece in field trips? your area?