Guys do you have a problem with girls not shaving pubic hair??

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I prefer not to shave but I’ve never been with a guy and I’m worried he’ll find it unattractive 😬
Are most guys bothered about this? Would you be put off?
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Most prefer it gone but some really don't mind. I always bring it up in convo before meeting with a guy so we can both be comfortable. You can always just trim it well and maybe remove some like strays/less painful areas but leave the main section. For a guy to make a big deal of that would be unreasonable in my opinion and a waste of time
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I personally don't care. I'd be lucky to get a girl at all and if I loved someone that wouldn't bother me at all haha
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I prefer not to shave but I’ve never been with a guy and I’m worried he’ll find it unattractive 😬
Are most guys bothered about this? Would you be put off?
as a guy in my 20s, i think guys become more tolerant of hair as they get older.

personally, i have changed from my preference being waxed > shaved > trimmed > untrimmed .... to waxed > trimmed > untrimmed > shaved, but only because of my experiences of my ex gf having cuts, rashes, stubble and probably ingrown hairs too ha
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as a guy in my 20s, i think guys become more tolerant of hair as they get older.

personally, i have changed from my preference being waxed > shaved > trimmed > untrimmed .... to waxed > trimmed > untrimmed > shaved, but only because of my experiences of my ex gf having cuts, rashes, stubble and probably ingrown hairs too ha
Did you find ingrowns really gross?

I struggle with them a lot even with waxing and get insecure about guys
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Did you find ingrowns really gross?

I struggle with them a lot even with waxing and get insecure about guys
i have 'good attention to detail' so i notice them and find them gross, but most guys wouldn't notice. there is nothing wrong with trimmed tbh, a lot of guys need their first experience with it to realise hair on women is natural, as we have an inbuilt image of women being pure and hairless ha
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Most prefer it gone but some really don't mind. I always bring it up in convo before meeting with a guy so we can both be comfortable. You can always just trim it well and maybe remove some like strays/less painful areas but leave the main section. For a guy to make a big deal of that would be unreasonable in my opinion and a waste of time
Thanks : ) Yeah it came up in conversation with a guy I was going to meet up with and he said he didn’t mind but I’m just really insecure about it I guess
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as a guy in my 20s, i think guys become more tolerant of hair as they get older.

personally, i have changed from my preference being waxed > shaved > trimmed > untrimmed .... to waxed > trimmed > untrimmed > shaved, but only because of my experiences of my ex gf having cuts, rashes, stubble and probably ingrown hairs too ha
Yeah I kinda thought this lol but I’m pretty young so I’m worried if I’m with younger guys they’d be put off. Do guys generally have a problem with going down on a girl if she’s not fully waxed?
I really hate how it feels when the hair starts to grow back after shaving and it grows back so fast it’s such a pain 😐 and I’m too scared to get a wax lol
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just a simple trim goes a long way.
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Depends what not shaving means really.

Have a preference for clean, but it's not exactly a practical look to keep up.

A bit of hair is sorta whatever really.

A bush though? It's not a good look if you ask me. Also, I'd rather not be pulling pubes out of my mouth after going down on a woman and I'm sure it applies the other way as well

As always though, it depends. Different guys like different things.
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Yeah I kinda thought this lol but I’m pretty young so I’m worried if I’m with younger guys they’d be put off. Do guys generally have a problem with going down on a girl if she’s not fully waxed?
I really hate how it feels when the hair starts to grow back after shaving and it grows back so fast it’s such a pain 😐 and I’m too scared to get a wax lol
once guys have that one experience, they get used to it, and it is important for guys to realise hair is normal and natural on women that will come with his experience... the guy would still want to sleep with you ha, no teenage boy would turn down py for something as insignificant as that
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why would it matter, unless ur with them for sex then u won't be bothered
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This is not about women or men. Some people think pubic hair and hate all hair anyway, hate beards, underarm, body hair on MEN and WOMEN

I would shave it, it looks neater and cleaner
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Threads like this irritate me.
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Most prefer it gone but some really don't mind. I always bring it up in convo before meeting with a guy so we can both be comfortable. You can always just trim it well and maybe remove some like strays/less painful areas but leave the main section. For a guy to make a big deal of that would be unreasonable in my opinion and a waste of time
you always have sex with the customer, sorry I mean date the first time you meet?? lol
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Most prefer it gone but some really don't mind. I always bring it up in convo before meeting with a guy so we can both be comfortable. You can always just trim it well and maybe remove some like strays/less painful areas but leave the main section. For a guy to make a big deal of that would be unreasonable in my opinion and a waste of time
What you bring it up before meeting s guy even if you have not met him before.
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What you bring it up before meeting s guy even if you have not met him before.
Only if we're planning to hook up obvs
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Some of these guys that say they're bothered by it are the guys that also wouldn't do the same so. :dontknow:

People just need to learn that hair is natural and that it's nothing to be put off by.
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Threads like this irritate me.
Ignore them then
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Anonymous #1
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Thanks everyone for your replies
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