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This is mainly for women, but it might affect some men too. I am a bisexual feminist, is it right that someone insists that you shave 'down there'?

Personally I believe people should take you as you are, a lot of the blame is because people follow porn trends like sheep. Same with music, films , books etc. 

I just say be yourself, and don't conform unless you want to.

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I agree! If it's something you want to do for your partner, fine. If you aren't comfortable scratching away "down there", then don't.

It's OK for significant others to voice their preferences, but if refusal to comply is a deal breaker for them, adios. I'm only interested in relationships that are based on more than appearances. Maybe a bit of a bit trim is a good compromise?

 

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True. A small trim for someone you care about, but not the whole thing for somebody I've never met! :o

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Tricky one, not so much with women. What will be you are still going to look crazy beautiful. With guys and hipster beards and 'taches it's so annoying! Who even you? I basically shave awhen my hair looks more like pubes stuck in a drain  less like cuddly fluffy bunnies!

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@PTFC - I would under any other circumstances tut tut you and give you my father the Colonel's speech (the one he gave me at my retirement ceremony, something to the effect of "Just remember, taking your uniform off for the last time doesn't mean you get to lower your standards"), along with a statement for the record of how gobsmacked I am that you've allowed yourself to become hirsute - It would be my duty as a soldier to give a sailor grief ;)

However, while my bedroom closets and drawers remain up to standard, with properly folded clothes placed at the correct distance from one another, I make my bed religiously as soon as I wake up each day, hospital corners and all (and yes, my "blanket" is still an 80's era army issue poncho liner - There isn't a feather bed or duvet cover in the galaxy that could equal it's comfort), my work shoes stay as polished as my low-quarters and the tips of my jump boots did before I retired, there is one area where I have let my standards go to hell - My beard is long, thick, and white as snow (no goatees here by-God), and shockingly, my wife allows me to keep it; she thinks it looks good with my still cut to regulation hair (knock on wood, I don't seem to have the baldness gene).

So I shan't give you grief today - But only because my standards have lapsed in the same area yours have!

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13 minutes ago, Back2Good said:

@PTFC - I would under any other circumstances tut tut you and give you my father the Colonel's speech (the one he gave me at my retirement ceremony, something to the effect of "Just remember, taking your uniform off for the last time doesn't mean you get to lower your standards"), along with a statement for the record of how gobsmacked I am that you've allowed yourself to become hirsute - It would be my duty as a soldier to give a sailor grief ;)

However, while my bedroom closets and drawers remain up to standard, with properly folded clothes placed at the correct distance from one another, I make my bed religiously as soon as I wake up each day, hospital corners and all (and yes, my "blanket" is still an 80's era army issue poncho liner - There isn't a feather bed or duvet cover in the galaxy that could equal it's comfort), my work shoes stay as polished as my low-quarters and the tips of my jump boots did before I retired, there is one area where I have let my standards go to hell - My beard is long, thick, and white as snow (no goatees here by-God), and shockingly, my wife allows me to keep it; she thinks it looks good with my still cut to regulation hair (knock on wood, I don't seem to have the baldness gene).

So I shan't give you grief today - But only because my standards have lapsed in the same area yours have!

I literally laughed out loud!!!!!!!! ? ? ? Aye aye sir!

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I do like the husband to do a bit of manscaping and he doesn't have facial hair. Since he's half Irish, one quater each; Italian and Armenian. He is a hairy beast and I do appreciate that he makes frequent use of the clippers. In exchange I keep my legs and pits shaved. Used to do the nether regions, but the honeymoon is over. Long over lol.

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I'm still a bit too shy and awkward to look properly anyway, so my other half can do as she pleases.

Pressuring someone to shave in those areas is just nasty, I think. Sadly we do live in a sexualised, pretty degenerate society, and some things seem to be 'expected' of young women (and men, to be fair), and it's just not nice...

The personality is what we fall in love with, not a lack of fluff...

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Insisting is just plain rude. If you are not comfortable with shaving then you should not do it. 

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I have met a few men who insisted that I go home and shave.

Been watching too much porn...

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1 minute ago, ElectroNymph said:

I have met a few men who insisted that I go home and shave.

Been watching too much porn...

I hope you kicked them into touch!

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5 hours ago, ElectroNymph said:

I have met a few men who insisted that I go home and shave.

Been watching too much porn...

This is what I mean when I talk about a degenerate society. It makes me livid, and makes me despair also, because it seems like even the root elements of 'sexual culture' (if there is such a thing) are rotten to the core. I won't go on a rant, it just gets to me, because to me love is such a flippin' brilliant thing (that's an understatement), there's no greater joy than trust, affection, companionship and love, so when I see people put greater importance on HAIR...! There's no hope...

And I suggest instead of kicking them into touch, make them shave certain areas with a large, rusted, grossly oversized razorblade.

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I 'groom'

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1 hour ago, trinity said:

I 'groom'

I do also myself, it certainly has some enjoyable benefits. 

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