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    Alicia D'amore [sign in to see picture]
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    Columbus wrote:

    Mine is as nature intended! Although I do somtimes trim a little - but OH assures me that although I sport a 'full bush' it isn't too wild and is natually quite neat! I did shave it bald last Valentine's Day but found it was itchy and irritated after couple of days and hurt too much to re-shave so just let it grow again and have sworn never to repeat it! LOL His are just natural too. I didn't realise men particularly groom theirs too! none of the guys I've been with have as far as I'm aware . Do the guys on here do it for themselves or so it's more aesthetically pleasing for partners??

    If it's something that appeals to you - the itchyness and painful reshaving should stop once your body is used to it (and exfoliating before and after shaving definately helps!). I find shaving regularly and exfoliating stops the itching.

    Personally I do it for both....It's cleaner, oral is more enjoyable, it looks prettier (in my opinion), more comfortable. He likes it because he can give oral easier and can taste me better. It's good for both of us and I love being bald now, wouldn't change it at all (in fact I'd consider getting it permanently removed).

    Ax

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    Do you think it is cleaner? I don't really see how... I did shave it all off as I say but although it was a novelty it didn't really improve anything for either of us. His opinion is that some 'flowers' as he refers to them aren't very attractive and don't really suit the 'bald' look but that mine looks nice either way. I think I'm just very low maintenance and can't really be bothered with the hassle! And while both of are happy with it natural I think I'll stick with it for now. If I get the urge to take it off (I might for a change sometime...) then I'll definitely follow your advice about exfoliating. I didn't trim it when I did it actually and just hacked away with the razor for ages which he suggested wouldn't have helped matters! I did by one of those trimmers/razors and got him to use it on me a while back and yesterday I decided I hadnt really used it so would have a trim so it wasn't just sat being un-used! LOL

    Thanks f

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    Columbus [sign in to see picture]
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    Do you think it is cleaner? I don't really see how... I did shave it all off as I say but although it was a novelty it didn't really improve anything for either of us. His opinion is that some 'flowers' as he refers to them aren't very attractive and don't really suit the 'bald' look but that mine looks nice either way. I think I'm just very low maintenance and can't really be bothered with the hassle! And while both of are happy with it natural I think I'll stick with it for now. If I get the urge to take it off (I might for a change sometime...) then I'll definitely follow your advice about exfoliating. I didn't trim it when I did it actually and just hacked away with the razor for ages which he suggested wouldn't have helped matters! I did by one of those trimmers/razors and got him to use it on me a while back and yesterday I decided I hadnt really used it so would have a trim so it wasn't just sat being un-used! LOL

    Thanks for

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    Columbus [sign in to see picture]
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    Do you think it is cleaner? I don't really see how... I did shave it all off as I say but although it was a novelty it didn't really improve anything for either of us. His opinion is that some 'flowers' as he refers to them aren't very attractive and don't really suit the 'bald' look but that mine looks nice either way. I think I'm just very low maintenance and can't really be bothered with the hassle! And while both of are happy with it natural I think I'll stick with it for now. If I get the urge to take it off (I might for a change sometime...) then I'll definitely follow your advice about exfoliating. I didn't trim it when I did it actually and just hacked away with the razor for ages which he suggested wouldn't have helped matters! I did by one of those trimmers/razors and got him to use it on me a while back and yesterday I decided I hadnt really used it so would have a trim so it wasn't just sat being un-used! LOL

    Thanks for the t

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    Columbus [sign in to see picture]
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    Do you think it is cleaner? I don't really see how... I did shave it all off as I say but although it was a novelty it didn't really improve anything for either of us. His opinion is that some 'flowers' as he refers to them aren't very attractive and don't really suit the 'bald' look but that mine looks nice either way. I think I'm just very low maintenance and can't really be bothered with the hassle! And while both of are happy with it natural I think I'll stick with it for now. If I get the urge to take it off (I might for a change sometime...) then I'll definitely follow your advice about exfoliating. I didn't trim it when I did it actually and just hacked away with the razor for ages which he suggested wouldn't have helped matters! I did by one of those trimmers/razors and got him to use it on me a while back and yesterday I decided I hadnt really used it so would have a trim so it wasn't just sat being un-used! LOL

    Thanks for the tips

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    Columbus [sign in to see picture]
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    Do you think it is cleaner? I don't really see how... I did shave it all off as I say but although it was a novelty it didn't really improve anything for either of us. His opinion is that some 'flowers' as he refers to them aren't very attractive and don't really suit the 'bald' look but that mine looks nice either way. I think I'm just very low maintenance and can't really be bothered with the hassle! And while both of are happy with it natural I think I'll stick with it for now. If I get the urge to take it off (I might for a change sometime...) then I'll definitely follow your advice about exfoliating. I didn't trim it when I did it actually and just hacked away with the razor for ages which he suggested wouldn't have helped matters! I did by one of those trimmers/razors and got him to use it on me a while back and yesterday I decided I hadnt really used it so would have a trim so it wasn't just sat being un-used! LOL

    Thanks for the tips anyway

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    Columbus [sign in to see picture]
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    Do you think it is cleaner? I don't really see how... I did shave it all off as I say but although it was a novelty it didn't really improve anything for either of us. His opinion is that some 'flowers' as he refers to them aren't very attractive and don't really suit the 'bald' look but that mine looks nice either way. I think I'm just very low maintenance and can't really be bothered with the hassle! And while both of are happy with it natural I think I'll stick with it for now. If I get the urge to take it off (I might for a change sometime...) then I'll definitely follow your advice about exfoliating. I didn't trim it when I did it actually and just hacked away with the razor for ages which he suggested wouldn't have helped matters! I did buy one of those trimmers/razors and got him to use it on me a while back and yesterday I decided I hadnt really used it so would have a trim so it wasn't just sat being un-used! LOL

    Thanks for the tips anyway

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    OMG that's posted mutliple times!! What's that about??!

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    dont worry columbus, probably just a glitch, report them and they'll get deleted

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    Columbus wrote:

    Do you think it is cleaner? I don't really see how... I did shave it all off as I say but although it was a novelty it didn't really improve anything for either of us. His opinion is that some 'flowers' as he refers to them aren't very attractive and don't really suit the 'bald' look but that mine looks nice either way. I think I'm just very low maintenance and can't really be bothered with the hassle! And while both of are happy with it natural I think I'll stick with it for now. If I get the urge to take it off (I might for a change sometime...) then I'll definitely follow your advice about exfoliating. I didn't trim it when I did it actually and just hacked away with the razor for ages which he suggested wouldn't have helped matters! I did by one of those trimmers/razors and got him to use it on me a while back and yesterday I decided I hadnt really used it so would have a trim so it wasn't just sat being un-used! LOL

    Thanks for the tips anyway

    It feels cleaner for me, perhaps it isn't actually cleaner but it feels like it is. I find I can get into the "nooks and crannies" easier when I am cleaning. I just like the smooth look, I think having hair can look attractive (my hair goes into cute but very annoying tight curls and looks quite neat and tidy) I just think for me, it looks better shaved.

    I could tell from your previous post that you probably prefer having hair so the tips were probably irrelevant, but it was so difficult for me to find those tips when I first started shaving that I like to mention them to EVERYONE who might consider shaving just because it made such a difference for me!

    Ax

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    Oh , it's really good advice! I don't know if I prefer having hair so much as prefering not having to faff with it to remove it LOL I suppose when I shaved it it meant he could kiss all over (not just lips/inside) as there was no hair... I'm sure it has it's plus points! Maybe I'll give it a whirl again sometime!

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    AdnaW wrote:

    Columbus wrote:

    Do you think it is cleaner? I don't really see how... I did shave it all off as I say but although it was a novelty it didn't really improve anything for either of us. His opinion is that some 'flowers' as he refers to them aren't very attractive and don't really suit the 'bald' look but that mine looks nice either way. I think I'm just very low maintenance and can't really be bothered with the hassle! And while both of are happy with it natural I think I'll stick with it for now. If I get the urge to take it off (I might for a change sometime...) then I'll definitely follow your advice about exfoliating. I didn't trim it when I did it actually and just hacked away with the razor for ages which he suggested wouldn't have helped matters! I did by one of those trimmers/razors and got him to use it on me a while back and yesterday I decided I hadnt really used it so would have a trim so it wasn't just sat being un-used! LOL

    Thanks for the tips anyway

    It feels cleaner for me, perhaps it isn't actually cleaner but it feels like it is. I find I can get into the "nooks and crannies" easier when I am cleaning. I just like the smooth look, I think having hair can look attractive (my hair goes into cute but very annoying tight curls and looks quite neat and tidy) I just think for me, it looks better shaved.

    I could tell from your previous post that you probably prefer having hair so the tips were probably irrelevant, but it was so difficult for me to find those tips when I first started shaving that I like to mention them to EVERYONE who might consider shaving just because it made such a difference for me!

    Ax

    i defo think its cleaner,plus it makes oral more enjoyable,you can feel more,,i personally couldnt stand a mouth full of pubic hair

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    Columbus wrote:

    Oh , it's really good advice! I don't know if I prefer having hair so much as prefering not having to faff with it to remove it LOL I suppose when I shaved it it meant he could kiss all over (not just lips/inside) as there was no hair... I'm sure it has it's plus points! Maybe I'll give it a whirl again sometime!

    It does become less of a faff the longer you do it (although I always use those razors with the wire meshing across the blades to make sure I don't cut myself)....just becomes part of the routine but of course it should be about what you prefer!

    It makes oral much more enjoyable for me and the OH, that's one of the biggest pluses!

    Ax

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    If you're like me and hairy all over if you shave / wax your pubes it would VERY odd indeed. I'd have to do the same to my stomach, chest, shoulders and back!!

    I guess some of us are just meant to be hairy!!!

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    Yeah my OH is very hairy - back, shoulders... - so I suppose he can't really complain about a few pubes! It's interesting though... I know some of my male friends really don't like it if a woman shaves it off as it seems very unnatural. Horses for courses I guess!

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    My OH has a Hollywood and I love it! No hair in my teeth!!

    But she doesn't want me even to trim - which I'm more than happy to do. She thinks of pube 'care' as being just for women! Odd!!!

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    My OH has a Hollywood and I love it! No hair in my teeth!! But she doesn't want me even to trim - which I'm more than happy to do. She thinks of pube 'care' as being just for women! Odd!!!

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    I'm not sure why that's gone on twice ... it's not that good a reply!!!!

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    Sam66 wrote:

    My OH has a Hollywood and I love it! No hair in my teeth!! But she doesn't want me even to trim - which I'm more than happy to do. She thinks of pube 'care' as being just for women! Odd!!!

    Hmmm, I definately love that my OH shaves, even trimming makes oral easier for a woman to give (less of the nose tickling!).

    Ax

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    I'd quite like to ... reduce the foliage (so to speak!) but she prefers a more natural look on me. I don't really get it, but she likes it and I guess that's the main thing?

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