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Old 03-14-2014, 04:35 AM
 
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Why is it ok for a guy, but disgusting for a woman?




Tweezing is NO different than waxing; except the amount of hair removed at one time.

Hair will NOT grow in thicker either way. That's a myth.

Some women can't wax, some don't want to shave, some can't stand the pain of tweezing, and some can't afford "permanent" hair removal. So the leave it. To each their own.

I get crap all the time for not having perfectly manicured eyebrows. I just have more important things to do, then spend 30-45 mins tweezing them into perfection twice a month. (I can't use wax for some reason, it leaves blisters, hot or cold, bees wax or other, tried 7 different kinds, all do the same thing)

Honestly though, I would rather see a woman with a few facial hairs than this new Alabama/Oak Ridge Boys/ZZ Top trend with wild uncontrolled male facial hair. Beards are cool, but for GAWDS sake, at the LEAST learn how to groom them!!!!


Why is it ok for a guy, but disgusting for a woman?

i had a buddy who liked hairy women and would say if she has a stache, and doesnt shave that,,,,then she's a sasquatch down below!

to me, darker skinned women always seemed a bit more hairy, no big deal...
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Old 03-14-2014, 09:52 AM
 
Location: Lafayette, LA
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Chaz Bono is actively taking hormones and transitioning from female to male.
No way!
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Old 03-18-2014, 06:07 AM
 
Location: On the Ohio River in Western, KY
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You actually have to ask?
Yeah, I do.

Who decided these "laws of beauty" were absolute and unwavering?

I mean why do we call men who choose to remove their body hair feminine and/or other names yet not women? And at the same time why harass women who have naturally growing facial hair, but not men?

Who made the rules anyway?

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Old 03-18-2014, 09:04 AM
 
Location: East St. Paul 651 forever (or North St. Paul) .
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Yeah, I do.

Who decided these "laws of beauty" were absolute and unwavering?

I mean why do we call men who choose to remove their body hair feminine and/or other names yet not women? And at the same time why harass women who have naturally growing facial hair, but not men?

Who made the rules anyway?
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Thou dost protest too much.


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