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cmdcorranhorn
06-26-03, 04:30 PM
Do you think it's sexier when a male has armpit hair or shaves it off? And if you do shave it do u think it makes you look gay? And if your opinion is trimmed how trimmed should it be? What do u guys think?

New Life
06-26-03, 04:36 PM
SOME armpit hair is kinda sexy........none is weird and too much is gross. I'm not sure how much is too mucht tho!

SwedishFish
06-26-03, 07:59 PM
hair isn't particularly sexy but it's natural and belongs there. but i, like the other members of my nature hating species, do not entirely object to hair removal. actually, soft light hair on a woman is much better looking and feeling than the coarse black hair covering the bodies of men. so let the men shave and we woman will spare ourselves the pain and razor burn.

gendanken
06-27-03, 01:37 PM
Do you think it's sexier when a male has armpit hair or shaves it off?

Males with pit hair. I guess it ties back to our simian days and its just pheremone thing. And yes, pit shaving men are most definetily gay.


Now how about a girl with curled baby afros sprouting from her pits? Wouldn't that just drive you wild?

Fafnir665
06-27-03, 01:43 PM
I don't think it goes back that far. Most men* find womens armpit hair unattractive, and women who shave themselves find this hair unattractive as well, don't they? Why else would they shave it, then to appeal to some aesthetic sense? I don't think our "simian ancestors" have shaving apparatus. Women shaving is a learned behavior, and so is men not shaving, it's a lifestyle choice, not an instinct.

*comment refering to most men, means most men in the US

gendanken
06-27-03, 02:01 PM
Goddamn man, I was talking about personal preferences. Gendanken goes ga ga over a man who smells like he's been working. Don't like it? Bite me.

And yes I most certainly find men who shave incredibly, mindblowingly gay. Want bald pits? For that matter, a bald body? Try cancer.

Flores
06-27-03, 02:01 PM
You would think that after so many generations of women shaving that our genes would figure out that there is no use to this hair and loose it gradually like the wisdom tooth, which I only have two of them at the age of 30, and some people stopped having them all together..

sargentlard
06-27-03, 02:08 PM
Well mother nature and our genes realize that women shaving products bring in a lot of business and give a lot of people jobs. Beards seem useless too but again our genes take our economy into account.

Fafnir665
06-27-03, 02:13 PM
Originally posted by gendanken
Now how about a girl with curled baby afros sprouting from her pits? Wouldn't that just drive you wild?

I was speaking of this comment.

gendanken
06-27-03, 02:20 PM
I was speaking of this comment.

Then you should have quoted Cmdcorrhorn, not I.

Fafnir665
06-27-03, 02:24 PM
Originally posted by gendanken
Then you should have quoted Cmdcorrhorn, not I.

Since your the one with the post, then why should I quote someone else? They spoke nothing of womens shaving habits.

cthulhus slave
06-27-03, 03:07 PM
i cant say the shaving thing is gay. as i have yet to see a gay man shave his pits.


i find woman with a bit of pit hair sexy. but too much, like if it hangs dow farther that 4 inches or so is unatractive. fartehr than 6 inches just duisgusting.

no i dont shave my pits. thatd be creepy...

Medicine*Woman
06-27-03, 03:41 PM
Originally posted by Flores
You would think that after so many generations of women shaving that our genes would figure out that there is no use to this hair and loose it gradually like the wisdom tooth, which I only have two of them at the age of 30, and some people stopped having them all together..

Hey, Flores, I had only 3!

bhudmaash
06-28-03, 12:40 PM
Originally posted by cmdcorranhorn
Do you think it's sexier when a male has armpit hair or shaves it off? And if you do shave it do u think it makes you look gay? And if your opinion is trimmed how trimmed should it be? What do u guys think?

I'm guessing this is a male asking females about their thoughts on male armpithair?

I'm male, and usually shave my armpits (not a gay thing) just find it a lot more hygenic, and i also shave downbelow (which girls seem to appreciate)
However, i havent shaved my armpits for nearly a year, because I fancied a change and forgotten what it was like to have armpit hair.
I too am curious as to what females think of men's armpit hair, i think some do find it erotic, but again its down to the individual.
I have jetblack thick armpit hair, and it kinda looks ok, since I dotn have any chest hair, it's like a nice contrast.

Vortexx
06-29-03, 03:36 AM
a bit hair = ok, none looks weird and 2 much is gross,,,,

I have just a bit hair under my armpits and none on the chest and relatively hairless on my legs (for a guy) but I definately have developed another armpit related problem lately.

Due to intensive workouts my lats have been growing and flaring out to a point that my V-taper starts to clog my armpits when i let my arms hang down, making them more sweaty.

I guess it comes with the territory :mad: :p

spuriousmonkey
06-29-03, 04:23 AM
You may have noticed that your clothes develop yellowish stains at the armpit region. Do not think it is because your armpits sweat so much.

It is your deodarant!!!

Mucker
06-29-03, 05:10 AM
It's my deodrant (causing everyone else's stains??) Sorry people! :(

Since when has hair growth been a science cmdcorranhorn??

doom
06-29-03, 05:14 AM
Everybody must take a photo of there armpit,ill start:

Mucker
06-29-03, 05:35 AM
No! That's disgusting!! :bugeye:

bhudmaash
06-29-03, 10:50 AM
vortexx

how long have you been training? how much do u weigh?

Halo
06-29-03, 11:04 AM
Is there any reason in particular that some armpits sweat more than others? Could it be more hair means more sweat?

spuriousmonkey
06-29-03, 11:16 AM
Originally posted by Halo
Is there any reason in particular that some armpits sweat more than others? Could it be more hair means more sweat?

Sweaty doesn't necessarily mean smelly though. I think I sweat more than average, but it is the harmless odourless sweat. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I used to do a lot of exercise. And during exercise I would sweat easily.

Or maybe some people just have different bacteria growing on their skin, some of which are more prone to produce odours.

bhudmaash
06-29-03, 11:18 AM
well i can deffinately say that when my armpits were shaven, it was a lot more hygenic and clean no doubt about that, less armpit hair does mean less sweat, and more importantly less "material" to trap the sweat, and stale, old sweat is what causes odour.

doom
06-30-03, 06:32 AM
The smell comes from bacteria,has nothing to do with sweat itself,hair can make it worse but only if you dont wash,just stay clean.

Marigny
07-13-03, 04:02 PM
armpit hair is disgusting.

I prefer if a boyfriend of mine to shave his armpits, for the closeness and smell good feeling of it. lol.

Have you guys seen those gorgeous surfers or lifeguards (usually on baywatch. ha) that never have any hairs. No armpit hair or chest hairs. A little chest hair is okay but arm pit hair makes one stinkier because of the little hairs. ew.

Bells
07-14-03, 02:43 AM
LOL @ this thread...

A bit of hair is one thing, but if a guy has what appears to be a ferret growing in his arm pit? Then get the tweezers our and pluck some of those suckers out:D ... sure it'd cause pain but it would also provide we girlies with much amusement. Plus it would also give guys some idea of what it feels like when we pluck our eyebrows and wax the bikini line.

But as for guy's armpits with skin hairless and baby bottom smooth? Errrrrr no.. some hair (as I said before) is ok. If it was hairless, it'd be like a pre-teen's armpit.

:eek:

bhudmaash
07-16-03, 01:52 PM
ok...what about women's armpits. I've seen a few ladies with armpit hair, and I'm not going to lie but I find it quite erotic (I know i'm going to get vilified for this comment), I mean Julia Roberts, sean Young and Emma Thompson (to name a few) don't seem to mind;)

spuriousmonkey
07-16-03, 01:56 PM
I find everything on a woman I like erotic. Including armpit hair.

Fafnir665
07-16-03, 05:06 PM
Originally posted by spuriousmonkey
I find everything on a woman I like erotic. Including armpit hair.

I concur, it doesn't matter either way when you like the woman

Mesmerix
07-22-03, 12:05 AM
Male Armpit Hair?

.. I can't say it's sexy, but for god's sake don't shave it. That's just weird if you ask me, unless you're a body builder and then I understand.... you're just weird all around :)

Here's the deal if you have an OUTRAGEOUS amount of hair there, just trim it with some scissors, don't go overboard though. Otherwise, let it be. You do know, that if you shave your underarm hair, when it grows back it'll be a a giant HUGE bush of massive hair.

PS: If you're a girl, pls shave it, just thought I should toss that in :)

ele
08-25-03, 02:48 AM
i like hair on men. I like the scruffy look with it at least a bit long. i like hair on chest and body and arms and i guess armpits and stomach etc. It feles nice to touch. I also like the bit unshaved face- feels nice too.

I raised the issue re female armpit hair on another forum recently and most men there said it wasnt a turn off at all.

flicster
08-31-03, 01:31 PM
I cant say i find male armpit hair sexy but its better than it being shaved, unless your a competitive swimmer etc...

Andreadenny2
11-09-05, 11:39 AM
I think a little armpit hair is sexy because it is natural.
Somebody had mentioned that shaved armpits look gay.
Actually nowdays it is just the opposite.
Gay men are trying harder than ever to look masculine that it is hard to tell heterosexual apart from ( closeted gay men ).
I went to a gay club and all the gay guys were ripped and full of body hair, it was the creepiest thing i think i've ecer seen. There isn't a gay look anymore unless your a drag queen.

tablariddim
11-09-05, 11:50 AM
I trim the armpits real close. I trim the chest hairs, especially the white ones and the ones around my nipples. I Shave my ass, crutch and balls, I trim the rest of it. And, I shave my head.

NO I am not gay, I do it for hygienic and sensual reasons plus it makes me feel more 'groomed'.

Fafnir665
11-11-05, 07:19 AM
Another volunteer to shave my pits?"

The_cat
11-13-05, 01:49 PM
I think a man can trim the hair in his armpits but not shave it all off, that looks too feminine in my view.

snapfie
07-08-07, 09:02 AM
Do you think it's sexier when a male has armpit hair or shaves it off? And if you do shave it do u think it makes you look gay? And if your opinion is trimmed how trimmed should it be? What do u guys think?

I'm a woman aged 23, men who have hairy armpits, lots of pubic hair, hairy legs can arouse my sexual desires, I'm talking those men who are handsome and young. As for those men with shaven bodies, they look exactly like bald roosters to me, they turn me off. Yes, men who don't have armpit hair look so very gay to me !!!

Snapfie

Orleander
07-08-07, 09:16 AM
I trim the armpits real close. I trim the chest hairs, especially the white ones and the ones around my nipples. I Shave my ass, crutch and balls, I trim the rest of it. And, I shave my head.

NO I am not gay, I do it for hygienic and sensual reasons plus it makes me feel more 'groomed'.

yeah sorry. For me its got nothing to do with gayness. Its a vanity thing. I would never be attracted to a guy who shaved his pubic region. Porn stars do that so their 'equipment' is more noticeable.

My husband is naturally fairly hairless (not completely) so I don't think I'd even notice if a guy shaved his pits, chest, etc. But the pubic region, that's.....no.

Ripley
07-08-07, 09:22 AM
And yes I most certainly find men who shave incredibly, mindblowingly gay.There may be a practical reason for that: sinuously sinfully, slippery slipstream SEX.

snapfie
07-08-07, 09:26 AM
Goddamn man, I was talking about personal preferences. Gendanken goes ga ga over a man who smells like he's been working. Don't like it? Bite me.

And yes I most certainly find men who shave incredibly, mindblowingly gay. Want bald pits? For that matter, a bald body? Try cancer.

Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees!!! Men who shave are undoubtedly gay, my boyfriend must have hair on the pits, legs, and pubic hair of course.
Louise

snapfie
07-08-07, 09:31 AM
Males with pit hair. I guess it ties back to our simian days and its just pheremone thing. And yes, pit shaving men are most definetily gay.


Now how about a girl with curled baby afros sprouting from her pits? Wouldn't that just drive you wild?

Where I'm concerned, men should be hairy but girls or women should be hairless and smooth. Everybody reserves the right to make their voice heard.

snapfie
07-08-07, 09:35 AM
SOME armpit hair is kinda sexy........none is weird and too much is gross. I'm not sure how much is too mucht tho!

To me, if the man is young and handsome, he looks so very sexy if he has so very much pit hair, BUT, if the man is ugly, fat or old, it will be disgusting.

Orleander
07-08-07, 09:37 AM
... if the man is ugly, fat or old, it will be disgusting.

Yeah, I think the last thing I'm gonna care about then is arm pit hair.

Ripley
07-08-07, 09:42 AM
What about the prancing, supple cyclist, diver, swimmer? Anyway, if this is about aesthetics then a scantly hairy guy must also be trim and tight. Like a greek kouros.

temur
07-09-07, 02:19 AM
Ik weet het niet.

Giambattista
07-09-07, 05:40 AM
Well mother nature and our genes realize that women shaving products bring in a lot of business and give a lot of people jobs. Beards seem useless too but again our genes take our economy into account.


This is quite possibly the most sensible thing I have read all week. I think I'll take that to the bank! :o

Giambattista
07-09-07, 05:45 AM
Funny how people hate body hair so much. And armpit sweat. Seems great fashion sense to hate the body in its natural state. Or so I'm told.

snapfie
07-09-07, 07:49 AM
armpit hair is disgusting.

I prefer if a boyfriend of mine to shave his armpits, for the closeness and smell good feeling of it. lol.

Have you guys seen those gorgeous surfers or lifeguards (usually on baywatch. ha) that never have any hairs. No armpit hair or chest hairs. A little chest hair is okay but arm pit hair makes one stinkier because of the little hairs. ew.

Absolute rubbish you're uttering!!! Having armpit hair has got nothing to do with "stink" For instance, there are women who have clean shaven armpits yet they stink when they get sweaty. Wake up & smell the coffee, I say; men with hairy armpits look masculinely sexy to a normal woman like me, to the best of my knowledge, there are quite a number of women who are lesbians or bisexuals, thank God I'm only interested in men. It's my firm belief that normal humans are attracted to the opposite sex only. Let me continue, as long as the men aren't the type who "take a shower once a week", men are expected to leave their armpit hair alone, there are better things to do, you know!!! What's more, with a bit of smell on young handsome men's hairy armpits can attract me sexually indeed. I hope you get the picture.

Snapfie

snapfie
07-09-07, 07:58 AM
Male Armpit Hair?

.. I can't say it's sexy, but for god's sake don't shave it. That's just weird if you ask me, unless you're a body builder and then I understand.... you're just weird all around :)

Here's the deal if you have an OUTRAGEOUS amount of hair there, just trim it with some scissors, don't go overboard though. Otherwise, let it be. You do know, that if you shave your underarm hair, when it grows back it'll be a a giant HUGE bush of massive hair.

PS: If you're a girl, pls shave it, just thought I should toss that in :)

I go along with you!!! Girls or women should be clean shaven & smooth, but guys, if you wish to look like gays, go right ahead and shave then, that's none of my concern anyway, to be upfront, my boyfriend or hubby has to have hairy armpits, hairy legs, lots of pubic hair or else I'll keep waiting til I meet one, cos I cannot imagine "doing it" with a bald rooster, extremely gross!!!

snapfie
07-09-07, 08:13 AM
Male Armpit Hair?

.. I can't say it's sexy, but for god's sake don't shave it. That's just weird if you ask me, unless you're a body builder and then I understand.... you're just weird all around :)

Here's the deal if you have an OUTRAGEOUS amount of hair there, just trim it with some scissors, don't go overboard though. Otherwise, let it be. You do know, that if you shave your underarm hair, when it grows back it'll be a a giant HUGE bush of massive hair.

PS: If you're a girl, pls shave it, just thought I should toss that in :)


Funny how people hate body hair so much. And armpit sweat. Seems great fashion sense to hate the body in its natural state. Or so I'm told.

Indeed, nowadays it's hard to fathom some people's "taste", they tend to go for sth "ABNORMAL" or "UNNATURAL" such as women trying to look "handsome" & men trying to look "pretty", I say, What is the world coming to??? More to go; same sex attraction, anal sex, well the list goes on. Having said all that, we have to learn to accept each individual's choice as long as we refrain from causing harm to others.

S.A.M.
07-09-07, 08:21 AM
Well mother nature and our genes realize that women shaving products bring in a lot of business and give a lot of people jobs. Beards seem useless too but again our genes take our economy into account.


This is quite possibly the most sensible thing I have read all week. I think I'll take that to the bank! :o

hehe.


1982 article from the Journal of American Culture by Christine Hope bearing the grand title "Caucasian Female Body Hair and American Culture."

The gist of the article is that U.S. women were browbeaten into shaving underarm hair by a sustained marketing assault that began in 1915. (Leg hair came later.)

The aim of what Hope calls the Great Underarm Campaign was to inform American womanhood of a problem that till then it didn't know it had, namely unsightly underarm hair.

To be sure, women had been concerned about the appearance of their hair since time immemorial, but (sensibly) only the stuff you could see. Prior to World War I this meant scalp and, for an unlucky few, facial hair.

Around 1915, however, sleeveless dresses became popular, opening up a whole new field of female vulnerability for marketers to exploit.

According to Hope, the underarm campaign began in May, 1915, in Harper's Bazaar, a magazine aimed at the upper crust. The first ad "featured a waist-up photograph of a young woman who appears to be dressed in a slip with a toga-like outfit covering one shoulder. Her arms are arched over her head revealing perfectly clear armpits. The first part of the ad read `Summer Dress and Modern Dancing combine to make necessary the removal of objectionable hair.'"

Within three months, Cook tells us, the once-shocking term "underarm" was being used. A few ads mentioned hygiene as a motive for getting rid of hair but most appealed strictly to the ancient yearning to be hip. "The Woman of Fashion says the underarm must be as smooth as the face," read a typical pitch.

The budding obsession with underarm hair drifted down to the proles fairly slowly, roughly matching the widening popularity of sheer and sleeveless dresses. Antiarm hair ads began appearing in middlebrow McCall's in 1917. Women's razors and depilatories didn't show up in the Sears Roebuck catalog until 1922, the same year the company began offering dresses with sheer sleeves.

By then the underarm battle was largely won. Advertisers no longer felt compelled to explain the need for their products but could concentrate simply on distinguishing themselves from their competitors.

The anti-leg hair campaign was more fitful. The volume of leg ads never reached the proportions of the underarm campaign. Women were apparently more ambivalent about calling attention to the lower half of their anatomy, perhaps out of fear that doing so would give the male of the species ideas in a way that naked underarms did not.

Besides, there wasn't much practical need for shaved legs. After rising in the 1920s hemlines dropped in the 30s and many women were content to leave their leg hair alone.

Still, some advertisers as well as an increasing number of fashion and beauty writers harped on the idea that female leg hair was a curse.

Though Hope doesn't say so, what may have put the issue over the top was the famous WWII pinup of Betty Grable displaying her awesome gams. Showing off one's legs became a patriotic act. That plus shorter skirts and sheer stockings, which looked dorky with leg hair beneath, made the anti-hair pitch an easy sell.

Some argue that there's more to this than short skirts and sleeveless dresses. Cecil's colleague Marg Meikle (Dear Answer Lady, 1992) notes that Greek statues of women in antiquity had no pubic hair, suggesting that hairlessness was some sort of ideal of feminine beauty embedded in Western culture.

If so, a lot of Western culture never got the message. Greek women today (and Mediterranean women generally) do not shave their hair. The practice has been confined largely to English-speaking women of North America and Great Britain, although one hears that it's slowly spreading elsewhere.

Orleander
07-09-07, 08:36 AM
Did anyone else see this?
I had a college professor who felt the same way. Her leg hair must have been 2 inches long.
http://www.ifilm.com/video/2757123

Genji
07-09-07, 09:01 AM
SEXY. A young buck with armpit hair is a major turn on. But like Snapfie says, if it's an old fat guy it is disgustipating in the extreme. Also alot of NBA pits are gross.
Give me a tender high school swimmer with hairy pits and I'm fine for the day.:)

Sickpuppy
07-10-07, 04:38 PM
Well it think its more of a age and location thing...
I live in Florida and there more hairless men here than in Buffalo NY where I'm from. Expecally at the beach and the gym I work out at. The croud there is mainly early twenties to thirties.
And the other reason I shave (not my armpits btw) is because my gf likes it, she dosnt like to floss going down on the root. Can you argue with that?

Nutter
07-10-07, 04:55 PM
Well mother nature and our genes realize that women shaving products bring in a lot of business and give a lot of people jobs.


Yeah, but at least women do not shave their crotch areas . That would be GROSS.

Facial
07-11-07, 01:47 AM
Seems to be a very evenly split diversity of opinion.

Orleander
07-11-07, 09:29 AM
I read this and waxing became the furthest thing from my mind.
__________________________________________________ __

My night began as any other normal weekday night. I came home from work, fixed dinner for my son and we played for a while.

I then had the thought that would ring painfully in my mind for the next couple hours: maybe I should use that wax in my medicine cabinet. I set up my boy with a video and head to the site of my demise, um, I mean bathroom.

It was one of those cold wax kits. No melting a clump of hot wax, you just rub the clear strips in your hand, peel them apart, press it on your leg (or wherever) and ignore the frantically rising crescendo of string instruments in the background. No muss, no fuss. How hard can this be?

I mean, I'm not the girly-est of girls but I'm mechanically inclined so maybe I can figure out how this works. You'd think.

So I pull one of the thin strips out. It's two strips facing each other, stuck together. I'm supposed to rub it in my hand to warm and soften the wax (I'm guessing).

I go one better: I pull out the hair dryer and heat the SOB to ten thousand degrees. Cold wax, my ass. (Oh, how that phrase will come back to haunt me.)

I lay the strip across my thigh. I hold the skin around it and pull. OK, so it wasn't the best feeling in the world, but it wasn't bad. I can do this! Hair removal no longer eludes me! I am Sheera, fighter of all wayward body hair and smooth skin extraordinaire! With my next wax strip, I move north. After checking on my boy and verifying that he was, in fact, becoming one with Bear and learning all about smells, I sneak into the bathroom for The Ultimate Hair Fighting Championship.

I drop my panties and place one foot on the toilet. Using the same procedure, I then apply the wax strip across the right side on my bikini line, covering the right half of my vagina and stretching up into the inside of the right ass cheek. (Yeah, it was a long strip.)

I inhale deeply. I brace myself. RRRIIIIPPP!!!! I'm blind! Blind from the pain! Vision returning.

Oh crap. I've managed to pull off half an inch of the strip. Another deep
breath. And RIIIP! Everything is swirly and tie-dyed? Do I hear crashing drums?

OK, coming back to normal again. I want to see my trophy - my wax covered pelt that caused me so much agony. I want to revel in the glory that is my triumph over body hair. I hold the wax strip like an Olympic gold medallist.

But why is there no hair on it? Why is the wax mostly gone? Where could the wax go, if not on the strip?

Slowly, I eased my head down, my foot still perched on the toilet. I see
hair - the hair that should be on the strip. I touch. I feel. I am touching wax. I look to the ceiling and silently shout "nooooooo!!" And realize I have just begun living my own personal version of "The Tar Baby."

I peel my fingers off the softest, most sensitive part of my body that is now covered in cold wax and matted hair, and make the next big mistake - up until this point, you'll remember, I've had my foot on the toilet. I know I need to move, to do something.

So I put my foot down on the floor. And then I hear the slamming of the
cell door. Vagina? Sealed shut. Ass? Sealed shut.

A little voice in my head says "I hope you don't have to do #2 anytime soon. Your head just might pop off."

I penguin walk around the bathroom trying desperately to figure out what I should do next.

Hot water! Hot water melts wax! I'll run the hottest water I can stand and get in - the wax should melt and I can gently wipe it away, right?

Wrong.

I get in the tub - the water is slightly hotter than is used to torture prisoners of war or sterilize surgical equipment. And I sit. Now the only thing worse than having your goodies glued together is having them glued
together and then glued to the bottom of a tub. In scalding hot water. Which, by the way, does not melt the cold wax.

So now I'm stuck to the tub.

I call my friend because she once dropped out of beauty school so surely
she has some secret knowledge or trick to get wax off skin. It's never good to start a conversation with "So my ass and hoochie are stuck to the tub. She doesn't have a trick. She does her best to suppress laughter. She wants to know exactly where the wax is on the ass - "Are we talking cheek or hole, here?" she asks. She isn't even trying to hide the giggles now. I give her the run-down of the entire night. She tells me to call the number on the side of the box, but to have a good cover story for where the wax actually is.

"You know that if we were working the help line at XX Wax Co. and somebody called with their entire crack sealed shut we'd just put them on hold then record the conversation for everyone we know. You're going to end up on a radio show or the internet if you tell them the truth."

While we go through various solutions, I have resorted to scraping the wax off with a razor. Boy, nothing feels better to the girly goodies than
covering them in wax, sticking them to a tub in super hot water and THEN dry shaving the sticky wax off!

In the middle of the conversation (which has inexplicably turned to other
subjects!) I find the little, beautiful saving grace that is the lotion provided with wax to remove the excess. I rub some in and start screaming "It's working! It's working!" I get hearty congratulations from her and we hang up.

I successfully remove all the wax and notice, to my dismay, that the hair is still there. So I shaved the damned stuff off. Hell, I was numb by that
point anyway. And then I put the box of wax back in my medicine cabinet.

Never know, I may want to try it again

snapfie
07-11-07, 01:35 PM
The word "aesthetics" has been used a great deal about women getting the hair on certain areas considered as "unsightly" removed, such as armpit hair, leg hair, etc. Worryingly, as far as I'm concerned, nowadays it seems, men are also in the picture. I don't think for one moment that "Hairless men" are aesthetic at all !!! Well, I'm ACUTELY aware that some women are into clean shaven men, that's their preference, but it's not mine, and it will never be, it's being said with robust firmness. Hairless women are aesthetic---A yes!!! Hairless men are aesthetic---A no!!! That explains why I turn my eyes away when seeing those hairless male athletes, swimmers, models, etc. I'll have you know this; it's just felt naturally by me that these hairless FREAKS(male) have lost their male qualities, in other words, they have been emasculated by their "hairlessness". By the way, I'm a Chinese(Singaporean) woman who's shaved and smooth, and all the men I've met, I'm saying "all", find shaved & smooth women very attractive, all I can say is; it's also felt naturally by most men if not all, that women are more attractive to men if they are shaved and smooth, just like how it's felt naturally by me that men who are hairy are more attractive to me. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying men should be as hairy as a monkey. Basically, when I say men should be hairy I mean certain areas on men's bodies should be hairy, such as armpits, private parts, legs, BUT, there needn't be hair on men's chests or backs.

Orleander
07-11-07, 01:37 PM
..all the men I've met, I'm saying "all", find shaved & smooth women very attractive, all I can say is; it's also felt naturally by most men if not all, that women are more attractive to men if they are shaved and smooth...

My husband liked it too. Til we had a daughter that is. A bigger version of a little girl does not turn him on.

James R
07-11-07, 09:02 PM
This thread seems to have drifted away from the topic to... something else.

It's either delete the off-topic stuff or close the thread.

So, thread closed.