So do I.
But it’s important to remember when reading personals:
“I like to do X” ≠ “I like to do X with you,” or “I like to do X every time.”
It’s a preference, not an open invitation, and certainly not a grant of entitlement.
“But I do X really really well!”
That’s nice. Go back three paragraphs.
I’m sorry, but if Scandinavian women are playing beach volleyball, they could be wearing parkas for all I care.
People who fuss that they should be wearing bikinis: What is it about the phrase Scandinavian women playing beach volleyball that you don’t understand? Let your brain play with that for even a nanosecond, and what they are wearing becomes irrelevant.
But let’s say you don’t have that active an imagination, and moreover that you believe that when a woman wears a bikini, she is giving you permission to sexualize her. (That’s not even close to true, of course, but let’s suppose.)
Even then, if she is being forced to wear a bikini by some rules-making body, the bikini is not an indication of her consent.
Which is to say, fantasize all you want. That’s good; that’s healthy. But let’s not pretend that other people have an obligation to indulge or in any way feed those fantasies. And an international sports organization certainly doesn’t have an obligation of that sort — nor should it have the power.
“But if it’s supposed to be beach volleyball, shouldn’t they be dressed for the beach?”
They are playing the game on sand. That’s what makes it beach volleyball. You could be wearing a corduroy suit and moon boots, and if there’s a net and sand, it’s beach volleyball.
TL, DR: It’s the Olympic Games, not Baywatch.