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Any strays can be really off-putting, but equally I appreciate that keeping the area well kempt sometimes le to fairly aggressive rashes which is also off-putting. Leg hair and armpit hair provided it's not massively long or noticeable after a couple of days and it's just light stubble , I'm really not too bothered by and actually find it considerably worse when a girl makes an issue of it. I see body hair as a masculine feature, so I am more attracted to someone who has less hair otherwise this would challenge my manly feature of having body hair!
It can be equally attractive for a woman to be au naturel and be confident enough to not conform to opinions and trends in society and glossy magazines. How a woman displays herself around her private parts is entirely up to her and maybe her partner. Waxing is definitely my preferred method of hair removal as it totally removes all of the hair and leaves a girl's skin feeling silky smooth. Shallow as it may be, facial hair on a girl can be really off-putting. I have and keep my body hair in check, so I expect my partner to do the same. I tried waxing once On women however, it's my biggest turnoff.
It's her choice if she doesn't want to shave or wax it but if we go out and I notice it, I'll be ordering a Flaming Sambuca for her to act as a subtle hint for helping things along! I would say that the bikini line needs to be well looked after though.
Strays popping out or over aren't a great look. The rest doesn't need to be clean shaven every single day at all, but just well looked after. Or whatever really. There actually shouldn't be a norm. If a girl is comfortable, that usually shows and that's enough. Are men's preferences when it comes to female body hair causing women to adjust their hair removal routines to suit? Not at all. In fact, we're glad to report that a body hair backlash is on the horizon I can't believe what I just read!
Who are a group of guys to tell me what I should do with my body hair???? Why should I care? What do you expect me to do with this information? Do you really expect the women reading this article to stop what they're doing to follow this beauty regimen. Guess what? If you have any problem with my body hair, that's your own problem and I'll never be seeing you again. It's easy to tell someone to do something when you don't have to endure the pain and empty wallet that follows it. And btw, pubic hair on women IS better for sex as there is less friction.
Women, don't think you have to submit to what the man says. We are strong and we have power. If we all stopped shaving our body hair today, there would be nothing anyone could do to stop us. What happens to beauty standards then? This article made me feel really awful about myself and my body, until I realised that it is your editorial staff who should feel awful. You've definitely lost a reader here. Turns out what I thought was true is. This is incredibly frustrating. My hair everywhere! Plus my partner has already informed me that stubble is so uncomfortable for him!
We can't win!!! Offensive article. Would hate my daughter to think she has to grow up conforming to this weird porn star ideal. We are women- a bit of pubic hair is womanly. None is childlike and disturbing. I am truly surprised by the opinions and your decision to publish. Each to their own - women can be gorgeous whatever their body hair choice.
Amanda and Maura, so true. Come on get the gloss! Why should women have to conform to a look of no-hair, where has this obsession come from? It's a constant battle and costly to keep maintained. I keep my hair tidy, and try to keep on top of removing the hair under my arms and on legs. But if I met a new man, he would just have to accept that I am a woman, and with that I have body hair.
Maybe we should start stipulating where on his body a man should be removing hair, maybe try out a few wax treatments on them. I would love young girls to grow up without thinking they have to conform to such ridiculous ideals, I would like to think that get the gloss do too. Is this really how most men think? I'm really shocked this is the preference I wish I had as much body hair as years ago! I hated losing so much of it! Tidy is great Non is weird. As the mother of a 22 year old I was expecting a liberating article from 'Get the Gloss' which I could then send on to her.
Instead this article is reinforcing society's demand for perfection from our young women. I agree with all the comments above and it makes me so sad that we seem to be moving backwards in this regard A sadly disappointing article and much more "cosmo" than the usually interesting articles on GTG. Where did you find these men? No man I've known has requested I'm hairless like a barbie, the ones who have expressed a preference has been FOR the natural look. This article makes me feel so angry!! Tell you what guys, when you lie with you legs akimbo every three weeks whilst a stranger waxes you delicate orifices with hot wax then I'll seek your opinion on how my body could be more winsome for you tastes.
And don't bother getting rashes, ingrown hairs or a stray or two because that's just fugly too. Body hair isn't a feminine trait? It's a manly feature is it? What utter tosh!! Women naturally have hair all over them, it's children who are hair free below the eyebrows!
I dont usually get involved in the hair or no hair debate but this nonsense is actually ridiculous! It makes me want to never wax again just out of spite! Doesn't anyone ever think that a man liking a woman who is completely body hairless is a tad creepy? The only time I was pubeless and hairless was pre-puberty. Are these guys saying they remove the hair from their twig and berries?
Keep the lawn tidy and look for a man who doesn't have high-maintenance grooming rules for his partner. On The Face Of It. the conversation. Jane September 27th I can't believe what I just read! India June 19th This article made me feel really awful about myself and my body, until I realised that it is your editorial staff who should feel awful.
This is sad and depressing. Abigail June 11th Amanda and Maura, so true. Sarah June 11th As the mother of a 22 year old I was expecting a liberating article from 'Get the Gloss' which I could then send on to her. Yvonne June 11th Where did you find these men? Amanda June 11th This article makes me feel so angry!! Like what you see? Get your health and beauty fix with our newsletter. Hair The body hair comeback: are you in or out?Men who like hairy women
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