"We acknowledge there are various types of swim attire... however we have a two-layer house code. In this instance, multiple members registered concerns rooted in discomfort and as a result the decision was reached to ask the member to leave the pool area."
What's a "two-layer code"? I never heard of that term, either. Are they referring to swimsuits that have a front "privacy" panel built into them on the inside, to reduce transparency and a too-revealing outline? Or as we used to say regarding very tight pants for men, clothing that "reveals our religion"?
I was disappointed when men-only swimming pools abandoned their "no-layer" code. Now I have to wear TWO layers? Anyone heard of this elsewhere? Not that I use mixed swimming pools much anymore, when I did wear Speedo briefs for laps, but what do I need to bring?
EDIT: Now that I think about it, when I swam in college 45 years ago, during mixed swim periods, or during matches having female spectators when suits were required, I wore a brand called "Ocean-Pool", common issue with school teams before Speedos became the leader.
They were 100% nylon, no lycra, the men's version made as 2 complete briefs inside each other, joined only at the waistband. The smaller snug inner brief held your junk up tight, while a larger outer brief disguised your male outline. I'd forgotten we had those in the '60s and '70s. Is THAT coming back?