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I do see your point. However I see it in the same way as short skirts - women were them out clubbing because they like the male reaction they get, or because they want to be more attractive to men. I don't know many girls who would do it if no man were going to be present in the club. Surely it's the same thing? They don't *have* to do it to be sexually attractive, as I think most girls realise, but like wearing a short skirt, it tends to get a sexier reaction from men. The difference being that the effect of short skirts is known and easy to see, yet inexperienced girls don't know what the effect of being shaved is on a man, so they're asking.

In the same way, men don't *have* to go to the gym to be sexually attractive, but I know I'd go a lot less if I wasn't thinking about how girls would react to it.
Well, I'm a hideous troll and have grown up knowing that, so I gave up trying to be attractive purely for men's sake after I put make-up on for about the 2nd time and realised I was still vile. So yeah, either I'm much more balanced about the logic behind making yourself more attractive (because I realise most of the time people will find you just as attractive whether you wear make up or not), or I'm just bitter.

(Original post by rosetinted)
I don't at all agree that shaving makes you look less womanly. It actually reveals more of the genitals..wouldn't showing more girly bits be more womanly?
They're not really hugely pretty in themselves though, are they? I think the idea is that having pubic hair is one of the signs that you've been through puberty and are therefore fertile, hence womanly. As plenty of people have pointed out, there are other signs of this though.
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I'm a virgin so I don't know what guys like
Shouldnt you be going for what you are comfortable with, then just what you think that guys would like?

(I really didnt feel like reading through 3 pages of text, so apologise if this has been said already)
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she should be informed of the fact that yes, blokes do prefer it like that, when making that choice. It's not a necessity, but it is nice, and we do tend to be nicer in return
Will you stop acting like you speak for all men? My boyfriend certainly doesn't prefer it like that, and I'm sure he isn't the only one.
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listen,

who cares what any man wants... if you are going to shave, shave because it makes you feel better/cleaner... whatever, but do not do it because you think you will please ANY man... i bet 99.9% of the guys out there do not give a **** about how much hair is down there... it is not a nessessity to be shaven... omg.
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(Original post by Angelil)
Will you stop acting like you speak for all men? My boyfriend certainly doesn't prefer it like that, and I'm sure he isn't the only one.
I'm not. However when giving advice, it's generally good to know what "most" blokes think, which is pretty clear looking at the responses. I've yet to see a post by a bloke here sayin they prefer it natural. Though I am aware many blokes do, they are in the minority. I never acted like I spoke for all men, it's very common to use the generalisation "blokes prefer" when talking about the majority. In the same way it's common to say "blokes prefer sex to masterbation", however there are obvious counter examples.
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I trim it, but to be honest i dont mind it and nor does my boyf. and to be honest if he didnt like it -tough. its natural and for me as long as it is tidy then fine.
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:ditto:

Not just itchy, think of razor burn, razor cuts, ingrown hairs... none of them are really very pleasant anywhere on the body, let alone down there.
:ditto:

I'm currently suffering from what I think is an ingrowing hair, that has caused a nasty lump. It is extremely painful. I do like to take some of it off, but the fact it grows back so quickly makes me wonder if there is any point. Also does anyone find it never ever looks completely smooth? I can always see stubble.
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I find it creepy that a woman would choose to shave off all of her pubic hair. You're a WOMAN not a little girl...why would a man want to feel like he's having sex with a girl rather than a woman?

What an odd comment to make. Isnt it just a matter of preference? or are you saying that men who like shaved women are peadophiles? You may find it odd, but thats because you personally dont like it. When you think about it a REAL woman should have hairy legs to, so would it be best for women to stop shaving their legs too, afterall its only litle girls who have hairless legs.
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The difference between shaving one's legs and underarms and shaving between one's legs is, I would have thought, quite obvious.
Certainly in the summer, anyone could potentially see your legs and underarms. Most women choose to get rid of this hair because of the fact that they will/could be on show and they want to look nice. The only option with legs and underarms is either to remove all of the hair, or to remove none of it.
With shaving between one's legs, there are many variations between the two extremes of either shaving it all off or leaving it untouched. When there are so many options (e.g. just shaving the bits that poke out of your underwear and keeping the rest trimmed), why anyone would want to choose the patently uncomfortable and frankly slightly creepy/pornography-associated option of shaving it all off is absolutely beyond me.
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The difference between shaving one's legs and underarms and shaving between one's legs is, I would have thought, quite obvious.
Certainly in the summer, anyone could potentially see your legs and underarms. Most women choose to get rid of this hair because of the fact that they will/could be on show and they want to look nice. The only option with legs and underarms is either to remove all of the hair, or to remove none of it.
With shaving between one's legs, there are many variations between the two extremes of either shaving it all off or leaving it untouched. When there are so many options (e.g. just shaving the bits that poke out of your underwear and keeping the rest trimmed), why anyone would want to choose the patently uncomfortable and frankly slightly creepy/pornography-associated option of shaving it all off is absolutely beyond me.
so your reasoning is that we shave our legs because they're on show? well what if between our legs is also on show?! (not to everyone, obviously i mean in an intimate context).

i could argue that not shaving it is lazy and disgusting just as easily as you argue shaving it is creepy and pornographic. it's everyone's choice and you need to stop belittling people who prefer to shave/prefer having sex with shaven girls. you make yourself sound like a serious prude, and i bet you a billion pounds your bf would be over the moon if you did something about your bush.
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In fact, I asked him and he said he wouldn't like it. He is always honest with me and I'm sure he isn't the only man who thinks this. And I don't care if I am a prude (although I have done nude modelling in the past so I doubt that very much).
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In fact, I asked him and he said he wouldn't like it. He is always honest with me and I'm sure he isn't the only man who thinks this. And I don't care if I am a prude (although I have done nude modelling in the past so I doubt that very much).
Im not saying this is the case with you or your bf but it raises a point which I would like girls to be aware off...

If a girl asks a guy a question indicating what answer she would like in any way (non-verbal, facial expression etc), or if he already knows her opinion, then a guy will usually give her the answer she wants.

When guys want girls to do things (shave their pussy, bend over for a spanking, or wear a french maid outfit) they will usually make some comment or joke about it to see what the girls reaction is, if they seem favourable the guy might then be more open in asking for it, if they look respulsed or say something like 'thats nasty' the guy will quickly agree with them.

Many guys are quite cautious about such matters, as they seek sexual vallidation of their masculinity, sex drive and kinky desires from their girl. Unless of course they are as debauched as me, then they go about corrupting girls.
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:ditto:
Also does anyone find it never ever looks completely smooth? I can always see stubble.
I have that problem too.....you can see my pores!!! I'd much rather leave a patch thats trimmed on than have it completely off. I'm still plucking up courage to have my first Brazillian :rolleyes:
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so your reasoning is that we shave our legs because they're on show? well what if between our legs is also on show?! (not to everyone, obviously i mean in an intimate context).

i could argue that not shaving it is lazy and disgusting just as easily as you argue shaving it is creepy and pornographic. it's everyone's choice and you need to stop belittling people who prefer to shave/prefer having sex with shaven girls. you make yourself sound like a serious prude, and i bet you a billion pounds your bf would be over the moon if you did something about your bush.
Hehehe, well said :cool:
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Im not saying this is the case with you or your bf but it raises a point which I would like girls to be aware off...

If a girl asks a guy a question indicating what answer she would like in any way (non-verbal, facial expression etc), or if he already knows her opinion, then a guy will usually give her the answer she wants.

When guys want girls to do things (shave their pussy, bend over for a spanking, or wear a french maid outfit) they will usually make some comment or joke about it to see what the girls reaction is, if they seem favourable the guy might then be more open in asking for it, if they look respulsed or say something like 'thats nasty' the guy will quickly agree with them.

Many guys are quite cautious about such matters, as they seek sexual vallidation of their masculinity, sex drive and kinky desires from their girl. Unless of course they are as debauched as me, then they go about corrupting girls.
Point taken. When I ask my boyfriend a question usually, he says 'it's up to you'. When I asked him about this particular issue, I said I didn't want to be told it was up to me because I already know that - I just wanted to know HIS opinion. He gave me his opinion. I know that unless I specifically ask what HE thinks he will just tell me to do whatever makes me happy. And as I have said, I am sure he cannot be the only bloke who thinks this way, just as I am probably not the only girl who thinks this way.
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I have that problem too.....you can see my pores!!! I'd much rather leave a patch thats trimmed on than have it completely off. I'm still plucking up courage to have my first Brazillian :rolleyes:
I'm completely the same. But with me being single atm there isn't much point.
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i find that too - you can see the hair lurking just under the skin still, so i tend to just trim
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Right IMO i think that it is not necessary to shave it all off if thats too time consuming or itchy, so if you don't want to do that, it is usually better for the bloke if you keep the underside hair free and keep the rest well trimmed. Just my view
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OK getting bored of being told that shaving is creepy, pervy, pornographic, makes my boy/girlfriends a pedophile..etc. I'm not belittling the people who chose not to shave, why are some of the non-shavers being so *****y?

It is my choice, I do it because I like the way it looks and it feels cleaner and more hygenic, especially during my period. Nobody calls different haircuts 'creepy' or 'gross' or even more extreme modifications like tattoos or piercings because it's all a personal choice, you may not like the choices others make but you damn well respect their right to chose. Why shouldn't I do what I want with my body, for my own personal reasons without being told it's 'creepy'?

Grow up people. Fine if it's not for you but where do you get off on judging others?
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I suppose the concern is not the fact that people do it but why they do it.
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