Do guys mind stretch marks???

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    Guys I need an honest opinion here.I have a lot of stretch marks on my inner thighs and bum. I wonder if a guy would be as bothered by them as I am.
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    If they do, they poo.
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    If they are, they're not worth it.
    I have a lot of stretch marks too, I grew too quick lmao. My boyfriend doesn't even notice tbh, dw.
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    I'm a guy and I don't think I really notice stretchmarks. It seems to be mainly something that women talk about.
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    On a more serious note: I don't know, but if I was dating a guy or girl that did mind, I'd get rid. You can't do anything to stop stretch marks appearing - they're pretty normal. Some creams and oils can minimise their visibility, but I think they are quite beautiful and add texture and loveliness.
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    Nah. Guy's don't look at the mantle piece when stoking the fire.
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    If they do, they should've never been pushed out of their mother's womb. They don't get to inflict marks then hate on it.
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    If they do mind over something as insignificant as stretch marks then they aren't worth it. Tbh, they probably wont even notice them. I've noticed that flaws we see on ourselves such as stretch marks, scars, spots etc aren't really noticed by others and even when you point them out, no one cares or bats an eyelid. Its usually on a problem to the person who suffers from them, no one else and especially not to the right kind of partner.
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    why do you care if a guy minds or not? A Guy who really should love you for all you're flaws.

    Besides stretchmarks are natural most woman get it after giving birth. You shouldnt be conscious of it.
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    In all honesty it's like if people are bothered about their partners being spotty, bald, fat etc.

    We all have our preferences in what we find sexually attractive, and while I'm not massively fussed I don't think we shouldn't be kidding people that they're more aesthetically pleasing than if you didn't have them.

    I tend to see the whole 'tiger stripes' brigade in a similar light to the 'real women have curves' movement. Totally and unnecessary. You can't force people to find you attractive, why demean those who don't have them? I don't tell people they're monsters because they find my baldness unattractive.
 
 
 
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