• Whats your pubic hairstyle?

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    Nexas wrote:

    LMAO If I worried about social norms, I would be a completely different person!

    You're awesome You expressed everything I wanted to SO much more succinctly!

    I'd be totally different too! I'd wear fake tan for a start, something that 80% of women seem to be wearing (including in porn!) I don't like it, so I don't and never will wear it! Simples

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    KittyPurry wrote:

    I was the only person that did it in my entire school year at first. I did it at a young age(14) when everyone else was showing off how womanly they were...how big their boobs were, how much hair they had, when they started their periods etc. I never cared that I was the only one who removed the hair and the same is true now....if everyone decided that hairy was the new "in" thing I would still shave it all off!

    xxKPxx

    I remember a lad in my class who used to pluck pubes to prove he had them... I remember being one of the few who refused to pluck mine out since it wasn't anything to do with him, a bit odd and he enjoyed plucking himself too much... Strange boy.

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    Nexas wrote:

    LMAO If I worried about social norms, I would be a completely different person!

    Well, I'm the only male in my group of friends that shaves anyway so it's hardly like I'm trying to fit in. It's been so many years of shaving now that I can't even remember what pubic hair looks like!

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    Nameless wrote:

    3rd point: I don't doubt that many posters here sincerely believe their decisions are made independently of outside influence and pressure to conform, but try imagining that you are the same person at the age you now are - BUT it's the 1970s. Forget whether shaving is good or bad; just imagine a society in which the vast majority of people have natural, untrimmed pubic hair. If you're in a situation where you (e.g.) see others in a sports changing room or shower, you'll really stand out if you're shaven and people are likely to be surprised and draw attention to it. 'Adult' magazines and films (some of which are major box office hits in cinemas) similarly feature hardly anyone with any degree of shaving. Swimwear doesn't yet include revealing high leg styles, so little or no trimming is needed for the beach, and their won't be a any salons offering 'Brazilians', etc. Nobody seems to consider the hair a problem with regard to sex, and most people actually seemed turned on by a glimpse of it (in fact people objected to the airbrushing of pubic hair that was common in most men's magazines for a while). The combination of these things would undoubtably have infuenced people's expectations and behaviour, so please ask yourself: are you SURE that you would have been the one person in your social circle to decide that your quality of life would be enhanced by permanently removing your pubic hair?

    To be honest with you - no I probably wouldn't shave if noone else was doing it - and it would affect me greatly because I hated having pubic hair. I wouldn't have the confidence to be "different" unfortunately so I'd have to suffer with hair.

    Because for me (and so many others) I truly find being hairless beneficial in ways I've explained several times. And not for my partner, he really doesn't give a crap - he's been my only partner, we've been together 5 years and just got engaged, we're not splitting up so I don't need to shave if I don't want to....I also don't wear high legged bikinis, I usually wear shorts and avoid magazines like the plague anyway. Oh and the only place I see naked women is in the gym changing rooms and I have *never* seen another hairless woman or even a woman with a brazillian wax. But I want to, it benefits me, personally and has nothing to do with anyone else.

    And I'm another one whos friends don't shave....I don't think, tbh it's never come up! So I can't really have been swayed by their decisions.

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    i just trim mine with a beard trimmer evey so often i would love to shave but the idea of taking a razor that close to my meat and 2 veg doesnt sound too nice

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    KittyPurry wrote:

    I was the only person that did it in my entire school year at first. I did it at a young age(14) when everyone else was showing off how womanly they were...how big their boobs were, how much hair they had, when they started their periods etc. I never cared that I was the only one who removed the hair and the same is true now....if everyone decided that hairy was the new "in" thing I would still shave it all off!

    I don't make a habit of looking at naked women in the changing rooms or anything (I feel like I'm cheating somehow but that's a different story!) But what I have noticed is that I am still the only person I've seen with none at all...everyone else seems to have hair of all different types. I don't feel self concious though...so I'm different? So what!?

    I don't think shaving changes my quality of life at all, I don't think it's remotely important...it's only hair and I would just prefer not to have any. I don't give a monkeys if other people like theirs bald, short, long, curly, multicoloured! Why does it matter to me what anyone elses bits look like?

    xxKPxx

    Despite my liking for pubic hair, I admire you for being a free-thinking individual that resists any pressure to conform. I'd be very curious to know: in what year were you 14 and what did the other girls think about you being completely shaven?

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    AdnaW wrote:

    ....Oh and the only place I see naked women is in the gym changing rooms and I have *never* seen another hairless woman or even a woman with a brazillian wax. But I want to, it benefits me, personally and has nothing to do with anyone else.

    And I'm another one whos friends don't shave....I don't think, tbh it's never come up! So I can't really have been swayed by their decisions.

    Ax

    This is really interesting, although I suppose you can't be sure that your friends don't shave. If you don't see shaven women in the gym changing rooms, are they mostly just trimmed a bit? And do you see any 'natural' with more or less full pubic hair?

    This all makes me wonder if the popularity of entirely/mostly shaved off pubes amongst members of sex-related forums is not at all representive of society as a whole?

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    Futa_deep_fisting wrote:

    i just trim mine with a beard trimmer evey so often i would love to shave but the idea of taking a razor that close to my meat and 2 veg doesnt sound too nice

    It's a lot less scary than you'd think. I was terrified when I first went and done it only to find that it's pretty impossible to cut yourself. Even on the balls which I figured would be neigh impossible to shave.

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    Nameless wrote:

    KittyPurry wrote:

    I was the only person that did it in my entire school year at first. I did it at a young age(14) when everyone else was showing off how womanly they were...how big their boobs were, how much hair they had, when they started their periods etc. I never cared that I was the only one who removed the hair and the same is true now....if everyone decided that hairy was the new "in" thing I would still shave it all off!

    I don't make a habit of looking at naked women in the changing rooms or anything (I feel like I'm cheating somehow but that's a different story!) But what I have noticed is that I am still the only person I've seen with none at all...everyone else seems to have hair of all different types. I don't feel self concious though...so I'm different? So what!?

    I don't think shaving changes my quality of life at all, I don't think it's remotely important...it's only hair and I would just prefer not to have any. I don't give a monkeys if other people like theirs bald, short, long, curly, multicoloured! Why does it matter to me what anyone elses bits look like?

    xxKPxx

    Despite my liking for pubic hair, I admire you for being a free-thinking individual that resists any pressure to conform. I'd be very curious to know: in what year were you 14 and what did the other girls think about you being completely shaven?

    Noone really mentioned it that I remember, certainly nothing negative. People may have said stuff behind my back I suppose (it was quite a bitchy school) but I didn't feel weird about being different.

    The only non-partner that's ever mentioned it was a gynacologist. There were students watching and she just said "oh that's pretty dear" Then proceded to demonstrate my anatomy to them because it was all "nice and clear" what and where everything was! lol! From that experience I gathered not many folk were completely shaven if a gynacologist was a bit surprised!

    I can well believe that this forum isn't representative of society as a whole, we all enjoy sex a LOT so we're probably more likely to do things that enhance/offer variety to that experience. Though it wasn't initially the basis of my decision: when I did become sexually active I liked the feeling of my smoothness rubbing against my partner, it definately enhances my favourite activity of frottage and it feels lovely during sex. I've grown it a couple of times just to see what it was like to have hair and it was fine but I missed the extra stimulation of being bare during sex (and during the day when my underwear moves about and gives me a little tickle!)

    I don't find it any different to shaving my legs or armpits really...just feels nice after and is almost no effort! Win-win!

    xxKPxx

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    Wickedgirl wrote:

    Just a thought slightly different tangent With all the new shavers and trimmers for women hitting the market

    a Are they following the trend to shave, wax & trim

    b Are they trying to create a market by encouraging a trend which overall may be fairly minor

    I think the market is probably responding to consumer demand: the products sell well so they make more of them. Being business they probably would like the shaving trend to take off more so they can make more money! I don't think that's any different/worse than any other buisnesses though particularly as what they're promoting isn't harmful like say diet pills or Botox...it's more like hair dye, just a style alternative.

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    Nameless wrote:

    Despite my liking for pubic hair, I admire you for being a free-thinking individual that resists any pressure to conform. I'd be very curious to know: in what year were you 14 and what did the other girls think about you being completely shaven?

    Oooh sorry I missed that part! Got carried away with waffling (as usual!)

    I think it would have been in 1998. It's getting worryingly hard to remember my school years, I had to look up when I did my GCSEs the other day, I'm definately getting old! lol

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    Nameless wrote:

    AdnaW wrote:

    ....Oh and the only place I see naked women is in the gym changing rooms and I have *never* seen another hairless woman or even a woman with a brazillian wax. But I want to, it benefits me, personally and has nothing to do with anyone else.

    And I'm another one whos friends don't shave....I don't think, tbh it's never come up! So I can't really have been swayed by their decisions.

    Ax

    This is really interesting, although I suppose you can't be sure that your friends don't shave. If you don't see shaven women in the gym changing rooms, are they mostly just trimmed a bit? And do you see any 'natural' with more or less full pubic hair?

    This all makes me wonder if the popularity of entirely/mostly shaved off pubes amongst members of sex-related forums is not at all representive of society as a whole?

    I shaved before I joined the forums - just saying hehe.

    In changing rooms, the women who will happily stand nude are usually the type who have a full bush, no trimming (not that I'm looking).

    As for reasons to why we forum users may be represent a higher % of shavers - I think KP's nailed it.

    Axx

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    Ooo... the whole we used to write 'funny' pics in text... ASCII for idiots...

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    KittyPurry wrote:

    Nameless wrote:

    Despite my liking for pubic hair, I admire you for being a free-thinking individual that resists any pressure to conform. I'd be very curious to know: in what year were you 14 and what did the other girls think about you being completely shaven?

    Oooh sorry I missed that part! Got carried away with waffling (as usual!)

    I think it would have been in 1998. It's getting worryingly hard to remember my school years, I had to look up when I did my GCSEs the other day, I'm definately getting old! lol

    xxKPxx

    Thanks for the reply. I think the year was significant as I suppose that 's shortly before the internet really took off. I'd be surprised today if shaving - at least to some degree - wasn't considerably more common amongst 14 year old girls.

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    In changing rooms, the women who will happily stand nude are usually the type who have a full bush, no trimming (not that I'm looking).

    Thanks for that! Forgive me drooling at the thought of this scene!

    If you learn that any are single and eager to meet an appreciative, mature but far from past it guy, please ask them to contact me!

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    Loves huni wrote:

    ive just realised i think i have an odd obsession... after, well its usually waxing now-a-days, but occasionally shaving, when the hairs start to grow back im immidiately there with the tweezers, i only realised i did it as i got out f te shower earlier and it was just the natural thing to do, is this wierd? i guess i just like to be well groomed? plus they dont grow back very fast & come back thinner hmm

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    I LOVE tweesering (is that even a word!?) I sometimes don't shave for a couple of days so I call pull them all out one by one...I find it very theraputic! Maybe we are both weird but who cares! Hairless weirdos unite!

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    You girls should be ashamed of yourselves!

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    Some of the sexists ladies on the OA making us poor blokes think about their lovely balded bits!

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    Loves huni wrote:

    im confused why should we be ashamed? xx

    WandA wrote:

    Some of the sexists ladies on the OA making us poor blokes think about their lovely balded bits!

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    WandA wrote:

    You girls should be ashamed of yourselves!

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    Some of the sexists ladies on the OA making us poor blokes think about their lovely balded bits!

    LOL! Pervert

    xxKPxx

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    lol naughty naughty

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