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mossystate

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Some say that men should never be even plump...that it is feminine....some say that...not me...I flirted quite heavily with a meaty man, today....:D....tallish..cute...green eyes...smile that made me wanna use him as a trampoline....

....but...yeah...Canon...some would say you are not at all masculine.....isn't that...wacky?..sheesh....some people! Weird how I did not go to the store for my hair...it just showed up one day...like...naturally....anybody else have this happen?:eek:...psst....cannot compare hair with eyeliner...oy.

Rabbit...I am going to rep your hair. I find I was taken aback, only because we rarely see it, roaming freely in public...:p...^5
 

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So you prefer to look like a pre-pubescent child? Haha.

tried to rep you (((SURLY))) but needed to spread some around first....but right on.....i don't get that guys shaving their bodies and ya ....it's kinda gay to me..men are masculine and should HAVE HAIR...JUst *MY* 2 cents..each to their own though :rolleyes:
 

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(((Smite))) Don't feel bad. I promise, there are plenty of women (myself included) who aren't interested in and are maybe even a bit freaked out by a chest hair/pube forest.

I'd also like to point out that not all men are "meant" to be hairy. Many men just don't grow all that much hair, and I certainly don't view them as looking like pre-pubescent boys.

To each their own, indeed.
 

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tried to rep you (((SURLY))) but needed to spread some around first....but right on.....i don't get that guys shaving their bodies and ya ....it's kinda gay to me..men are masculine and should HAVE HAIR...JUst *MY* 2 cents..each to their own though :rolleyes:

I think it's because we didn't grow up with all the reality/fake tv and masses and masses of porn at our fingertips screaming at us that being even a bit 'natural' is wrong. Shave this! Wax that! You should look 'perfect' at all times.

It tires me.
 

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Man, im so gay.


Or atleast according to Canonista.

Fabulous.

:/

Actually, I perfer not to look like i'm from the 70's with protruding chest hair and a pube forest.


I feel bad though, cause I'm not a lady, so here is a picture of one. or you know, half one one, like a chick version of Lieutenant Dan

o_O
(0)Y(o)


you don't know how often I get mistaken for Burt Reynolds.

DAMN YOU SELF FOR BEING STUCK IN THE 70s!!!! *shakes manly fist*
 

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Men and women are different. You can't judge men by the same standards as women. Masculine men don't wear makeup either.

Body hair is a masculine feature. Hair on men = good. Hair on women = bad.

Guys who shave their entire bodies below the neck tend to prefer other guys. I've shaved my pubic area before, and would consider doing it again if I had a girlfriend who liked it, but I don't know ANY woman who likes totally hairless men. It's generally regarded as too unmasculine.
Actually, there are plenty of women who prefer hairless, or almost hairless men. I know many males who shave their chest, arms, and everything else in order to be more appealing to women. Come on, what do you think "metrosexual" is?

Your simplistic breakdown of who should have hair and who should not is childish at best. Hair on women is not so disgusting everywhere in this world. To state that "body hair is masculine" is a blanket statement. You just called a ton of women manly and a ton of men little girlies. Real good.

Who's talking about makeup? I wasn't. It's totally unreasonable to expect a woman to spend hours in the bathroom shaving her arms, armpits, legs, labia, sometimes even feet and back for your pleasure when all you do is trim a couple of wiries and shave your beard. I'm stating the obvious, but you are not a woman so you really don't know how much of a pain in the ass it is to shave EVERYTHING. Hell, no, even if it was just the cooter. That is HARD to do. It's not even about body hair on a man really, it's the principal of equality-- if she has to work her ass off, you should give it a go as well to see what effort it takes and what you are wanting your mate to go through just so you can have a nubile-looking, hairless girlfriend.
 

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Though perhaps I'm horribly mistaken, a large point of this board is that people are entitled to their preferences, whether they are in the majority or minority. Some people like hairy men, some like hairless, and the same for women. My preference individually is to be entirely shaved, as I personally prefer the feel and feel "cleaner," but if a woman feels "unnatural" shaving, then she is more than entitled to her individual preference. When it comes to sexual cohesion, then, it is up to the couple to decide how the preferences should be met, if at all. It's all about compromise, just as most things in relationships :) But I would think after being on this board for awhile, people would learn not to make generalizations or judgments about preferences.
 

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Though perhaps I'm horribly mistaken, a large point of this board is that people are entitled to their preferences, whether they are in the majority or minority. Some people like hairy men, some like hairless, and the same for women. My preference individually is to be entirely shaved, as I personally prefer the feel and feel "cleaner," but if a woman feels "unnatural" shaving, then she is more than entitled to her individual preference. When it comes to sexual cohesion, then, it is up to the couple to decide how the preferences should be met, if at all. It's all about compromise, just as most things in relationships :) But I would think after being on this board for awhile, people would learn not to make generalizations or judgments about preferences.
I would also think people would learn that such a statement as "hair on men = good, hair on women = bad" is generally not a good one.

Or, is that what you were talking about? It's early, I have no idea. -_-
 

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I would also think people would learn that such a statement as "hair on men = good, hair on women = bad" is generally not a good one.

Or, is that what you were talking about? It's early, I have no idea. -_-
Haha, it's mid-afternoon here in the UK :p

I was talking more in general about any sort of hair-based generalizations that have been in this thread. But yes, I would agree that it is not a good statement, because, as I said, there's a whole variety of preferences out there and you shouldn't judge or make generalizations about them.
 

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Haha, it's mid-afternoon here in the UK :p

I was talking more in general about any sort of hair-based generalizations that have been in this thread. But yes, I would agree that it is not a good statement, because, as I said, there's a whole variety of preferences out there and you shouldn't judge or make generalizations about them.
I got up at 8 here and I didn't go to bed until 3, so I'm all kinds of out of it.
 

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I got up at 8 here and I didn't go to bed until 3, so I'm all kinds of out of it.
Icky!! I had that sort of experience for the first week here, because I normally stay up till about 2-3 and wake up at about 10, but the sun would start to rise around 3:30 and be fully bright at seven so I was all out of whack >.<
 

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:eat2: too bad I'm not a BHM because you are incredibly sexy, MaryElizabethAntoinette. Love the fuck-me shoes in the first pic!
 

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Very nice pic Rabbit! I have always prefered the natural look on women. Very nice!
 

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*giggles* awww... xP

Mary's so effin' pretty!

Too bad we aren't identical other-side-of-the-country twins. Blah.



<3
 

MaryElizabethAntoinette

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:eat2: too bad I'm not a BHM because you are incredibly sexy, MaryElizabethAntoinette. Love the fuck-me shoes in the first pic!
*giggles* Thank you!

Yeah those shoes... I effin' love. But I'm sure you can imagine what a pain-in-the-ass it is to walk around in them... sometimes I don't know why I do it.

But I mean, come on... if the shoes match the outfit... I just gotta wear 'em. Haha.
 

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*giggles* Thank you!

Yeah those shoes... I effin' love. But I'm sure you can imagine what a pain-in-the-ass it is to walk around in them... sometimes I don't know why I do it.

But I mean, come on... if the shoes match the outfit... I just gotta wear 'em. Haha.
Oh yea, I used to have a pair of 6-inchers. Looked fantastic but killer (in the bad way) to walk in. But I definitely agree: You just gotta wear 'em if you look that fierce!
 
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