BleacherReport.com is reporting that the bikini beach carnival will kick off this weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada, with over a dozen events that are sure to attract many of the women who are heading out to the sun in a bikini for the first time.
Bikini beach carnivals are a popular event that can draw thousands of people to the city of Las Vegas and the surrounding area, but the last major one in the state took place in February.
The event, known as the Bikini Bikini Carnival, attracted around 25,000 attendees in February of last year.
The number has dwindled in recent years, but in 2015, more than 1,500 women swam and rowed in the Bikinis Beach Carnival.
The event has attracted attention in the past because of the high risk of injuries.
According to the American Board of Preventive Medicine, a medical association, women in bikini swimwear are three times more likely to have a medical emergency than women in other swimwear.
Women are also at greater risk of skin cancer.
“The Bikini beach is a safe place for women to enjoy the sun,” said Dr. Jill Dolan, the director of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research.
“It is a beautiful, safe place to swim and it is an opportunity to do so without being the subject of ridicule.”
The event is expected to be a huge draw for women who want to try out the bikini lifestyle, but some may feel uncomfortable about it at first.
“They will have their own personal boundaries and they will not be expected to adhere to all the rules,” Dolan said.
“It is important for everyone to understand that the Bimbo is not something that is to be feared, but rather, embraced,” Dola added.
“Bimbo bathing is a very safe, positive way to enjoy nature and enjoy life in general.
It is a natural and healthy way of life.”
Bimba bathing is not necessarily a bad thing, however, for those who are interested in learning how to properly perform the “bikini routine.”
“It’s very empowering for women, who have to work really hard to be successful in the bikini,” said Jana Johnson, who attended the event last year in Las Venegas.
“When they have the confidence and knowledge to do it, it is very empowering.”
For many women, the experience of the Bimbos Beach Carnival has opened up a new world of fun.
“I think we have been very blessed that it has brought people together,” said Kelly Poulsen, who is a certified public accountant.
“Everybody has something they want to achieve in life.
That’s just the beauty of it.””
This is really a really good opportunity for women of all ages, all different kinds of shapes, and sizes to come together,” Poulen added.