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By Anonymous - / Sunday 14 August 2016 06:16 / United States - Warrensburg
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By  dannidoll93  |  23

I wouldn't worry OP, I'm sure if he'd slept with another woman with a bald vagina he'd have remembered and not been stupid enough to mistake her for you. Probably just a case of a fantasy misremembered as a memory. 15 years is a long time!

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By  dannidoll93  |  23

I wouldn't worry OP, I'm sure if he'd slept with another woman with a bald vagina he'd have remembered and not been stupid enough to mistake her for you. Probably just a case of a fantasy misremembered as a memory. 15 years is a long time!

By  jac_1964_au  |  5

He didn't notice , he is a guy , try walking around with out a bra on see if he notices , then walk around naked see if he notices , probably not .then go get he a beer he will notice

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  dave__609  |  10

before I like this comment I want to know if this is a joke, or a feminist dis.

By  mergeterge  |  24

Have you shaved before? My guy sometimes doesn't really notice when I change it up because sometimes it is so short that it just ends up feeling bald to him, anyway.

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More like fuck his life with that rug burn on his dick. Seriously though, I don't think it's a bush if you've never shaved before. I think it's a pussy afro at that point.

By  dansco  |  24

Stop being so paranoid, he could have meant a move you did. Or he just enjoyed it.

By  tessas  |  7

You shaved your LABIA. Your VAGINA is completely internal, and hairless.

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  tessas  |  7

Really? Down Votes for telling the truth? Look it up, know the right names for things.

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  tessas  |  7

Pretty sure if you are old enough to be married, you should know the correct names for parts of your anatomy!

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  TabooSushi  |  24

Pretty sure everyone does, but it's widely accepted that "vagina" is just a shorthand term for the whole female genital area. I'm also pretty sure that you could have ignored it and not made yourself out to be the pretentious douche canoe that you are, but I also know that people like you have problems in that area.

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  Zelda9678  |  11

Well they're just like a teacher. the note you know!

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  tessas  |  7

Pretty sure if you use the wrong term for something like this, it is widely accepted that you are ignorant.

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  tessas  |  7

It is, among the non-ignorant crowd.

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  flammaefata  |  20

Yes, #9 is correct with their terms. Yes, the rest of the comments are correct in saying it doesn't quite matter because everyone understood what OP means. But I'll also climb on the soapbox and say that educating people every now and then about the correct terms is a good thing, although voicing it differently might've avoided the flaming.

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  flammaefata  |  20

*Mostly correct with their terms, because when you shave your female genitals it is possible to only shave your labia (lips), or more often women shave/wax their entire vulva, which includes the mons pubis and labia etc etc (google it NSFW).

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  tessas  |  7

Shaving the entire vulva would be a very bad thing, because that includes your clitoris and other very sensitive parts that are hairless. You are right, I should have said labia and mons-pubis, but in my practice I have women come in several times a week, thinking that all parts of their reproductive system are called "vagina", and I find I need to keep things simple. Most women have at least heard the word labia, even if they don't know where they are.

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  DoomedGemini  |  37

And a Kleenex is a tissue. A bandaid is an adhesive bandage. Yet it's become the term whether they're the brand or not. Yes, people COULD go into detail, but it's easily understood what you mean. As someone else said, if you'd put it more as a "fun fact" or something non bitchy, you probably wouldn't be downvoted.

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  khiiirsty  |  14

Ever heard of Slip of the tongue, or in this case, slip of the finger? Many women say they shave their vagina when they very well know it's their labia. People commonly tend to refer to that entire area as a vagina. Assume she knows the difference and will differentiate the two when she needs to. But this just and FML, and you care too much about wording in a situation where it's not that serious lol

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  khiiirsty  |  14

Again, it makes sense to drill down the different names in a setting where it's serious and obvious that the women does not know the different between her batons, vulva, and labia, such as at a doctor exam. But you're assuming that her jargon is ignorance and over FML there is just no way to tell. So in this scenario, it's just not that serious. That's why you got down voted.

By  dave__609  |  10

all these people giving you love advice and concerned he thinks of you only as an act during sex, but I'm wondering, how have you never shaved before?

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  Whydoyouask  |  11

I know people have different tastes, but I've never met a guy who wouldn't appreciate trimming or shaving for aesthetic or practical reasons. All that to say, I'm genuinely curious on why he wouldn't like that.

By  swacol  |  4

Ummm ew

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  BeTheCheeto  |  2

It's actually pretty unhealthy to shave your entire vagina all the time. Your pubic hair is there to protect your vagina from something getting into it that shouldn't, similar to the cilia (tiny hairs) in your nose and ears, or your eyebrows protecting your eyes. People who constantly shave their whole vagina tend to have more yeast infections and UTI's. It's also a personal preference.

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