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Old 05-25-2013, 01:29 AM
 
Location: A Yankee in northeast TN
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I likw shaved men, so that would be incorrect. Did you know if you remove the shrubbery, the tree looks bigger?
I don't care how big the tree looks if it feels like I'm robbing the cradle, ewwww.
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Old 05-25-2013, 03:26 PM
 
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Aside from chest hair and back hair, it seems the majority of women are against men shaving their legs, or shaving their pubes (inc underarm hair), stomach.etc unless they are swimmers or something. If shaving your face and chest is acceptable, why is shaving your legs any weirder? Can't women see that it's because of cultural norms that they find it so shocking?

Once upon a time men probably thought women with smooth legs was weird. But over time, this has changed.

If the trend towards hair removal by shaving, waxing, laser.etc continues, I think women will be more open minded towards men who want the have smooth legs etc.
I personally like it more when a guy shave/trim his body hair. It gives me a clean impression. It is not shocking to me and most of my girlfriends like it when guys do it.
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Old 11-07-2014, 12:20 AM
 
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There's nothing wing with facial hair woman/girls just think it's the IN thing. Keep your hair.
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Old 11-07-2014, 09:57 PM
 
Location: Sydney, Australia
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I find it a turn off when a man shaves his chest hair where you'll see some kinda of a prickly 5 o'clock shadow. Either leave your chest hairy as it is, or be naturally hairless. I'd prefer the latter, but I'd still choose a hairy chest over a shaved one that looks grey and is prickly.

I don't know, this was always huge turn off for me.

Not a woman btw.
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Old 11-08-2014, 11:34 AM
 
Location: Central Florida
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Aside from chest hair and back hair, it seems the majority of women are against men shaving their legs, or shaving their pubes (inc underarm hair), stomach.etc unless they are swimmers or something. If shaving your face and chest is acceptable, why is shaving your legs any weirder? Can't women see that it's because of cultural norms that they find it so shocking?

Once upon a time men probably thought women with smooth legs was weird. But over time, this has changed.

If the trend towards hair removal by shaving, waxing, laser.etc continues, I think women will be more open minded towards men who want the have smooth legs etc.

I really do not like the look of shaved legs on a man, but, I do like a shaved chest, and if he wanted to shave his underarms I think it would be a good idea all that hair probably can get smelly.
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