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By  windfuelsfire  |  20

i don't get it.. why do most people want to make love to women that look like girls? i'm a guy and I don't like the look of a shaved snatch at all. its actually less hyegenic than having pubes. keeping it trimmed is fine.

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  princess09  |  7

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  afllegend  |  7

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  Olympian94  |  7

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  LifesRFked  |  7

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  Eamon128  |  7

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  Maelific  |  7

it's cute! so what if you got a lol extra scruff? it's no big deal. only time it should be mandatory is if your wearing a revealing bikini or if you plan to have your boyfriend have a buffet style dessert if ya catch my drift.

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  NzxtZ06  |  7

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  itskwanzaa  |  7

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  rohosoccer08  |  7

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  bwabybwuni  |  7

I'm pretty sure her vagina wasn't out in the fucking open. Yeah, there's a difference in ur "pubic" hair and "public" hair... but that sincerely had nothing to do with it. You were born with body hair and it's a choice to shave it, so yeah, it does belong there.

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  bwabybwuni  |  7

I'm pretty sure her vagina wasn't out in the fucking open. Yeah, there's a difference in ur "pubic" hair and "public" hair... but that sincerely had nothing to do with it. You were born with body hair and it's a choice to shave it, so yeah, it does belong there.

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  Lizz7  |  7

# 133 your comment reminds me of health class when we were learning about STD's and the teacher had us go around the room reading off the answers to each question and to one the answer was "pubic lice" but the person who's hw it was spelled that wrong somehow writing "public lice". Our teacher said it would be a MUCH larger problem if it was public as opposed to pubic.

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  AquaSky  |  7

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  lizamaphone  |  7

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  AquaSky  |  7

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  mustardcat  |  7

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There's bacteria all over your body, all the time. It's really not unhygienic to have body hair, but special attention needs to be administered ie., shampoo, soap... That whole "I have a microbiology degree" thing was a bit pompous...

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  AquaSky  |  7

It wasn't my intent to brag (hell, I certainly don't get paid enough to have bragging rights); what I meant to convey is that I do have a background in the subject.

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  JGood09  |  7

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  jizzmode  |  7

I learned in freshman health this year that pubic hair's purpose is to capture personal odor (pheromones?) as well as create a sanitary trap for bacteria that could otherwise cross the genital regions. Apparently not shaving is no less sanitary than shaving. In fact, with shaving you run more of a risk with razor bumps, ingrown hairs, etc. And you lose the shield against bacteria, so possibly infections are more common. Mind you this is pubic/ public (:D) education, but what high schoolers are learning all the same.

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  AquaSky  |  7

192, I'm not saying body hair is unnatural. It was important in the evolutionary process. However, thick pubic hair is no longer necessary the way it was before humans wore clothing. We have other means of protecting our reproductive organs from the elements now. Like pants.

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  jadedwaitress  |  7

97 I don't know what you're doing to make shaving your vag hurt. Use conditioner or shaving lotion instead of shaving cream to make the razor glide better. I've been shaving for a long time, and the only time it hurts is if I nick myself (very rare) which can be avoided by using a sharper razor. Also make shaving the last thing you do in the shower - the heat makes your pores open and the hair easier to remove.

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@Aquasky Are you sure you have a degree in microbiology? Because pubic hairs keeps out bacteria, dirt, dust, etc. However, pants do not! Neither does underwear. All of these still have tiny holes and air gaps around your openings where anything can enter. In fact, your hair is more so a breeding ground for bacteria than your pubic hair, as for pubic hair, everyone washes it daily (You do too right?) However, for long hair, some people don't wash it everyday because its troublesome and excessive washing leads to faster hair lost. However, on the topic, keep it neat and tidy down there. And make sure nothing is showing when wearing a revealing bikini. If It's not possible, then just for that day, shave everything off.

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Just to add, all hair on our body helps to trap dirt, dust and bacteria. This includes facial hair too. I'm not sure about hair growing from our scalp and armpits but I believe it doesn't. However, shaving these hairs are for purely cosmetic reasons. But might I add, any girl without a proper clean shaven armpit looks gross unless for reasons whatsoever.

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  suddensudden  |  7

to #215 Thing is, some people have delicate skin. If I'm not careful I get razor burn on my legs, even when I'm going everything right. I have to trim my eyebrows with scissors instead of plucking because every hair I pluck leaves a raised, bloody bump. I tried shaving down there once and there is no way in hell I'm doing that again. Trimming keeps everything neat, clean, and comfortable for everyone involved.

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  waterynuggets  |  7

"(and girls dont even begin to bitch about guys hair here, theres no comparison, if you had any intelligence youd see that)" I know RITE!!!!1 HE'S SOO MANLY WIF HIS HAIRR BUT GIRLY HAIR IS EWW GROCEY!1 ಠ_ಠ

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  glider23  |  7

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@281 pendatik, I have a question for you based on your logic If washing on a regular base is the key for good hygiene and ones personal health, (if that wasn’t obvious to people already). Then would you agree or disagree that trimming/shaving only furthers the act or washing? If there’s less hair to deal with, the washing process would be more substantial on a regular base. Thereby providing better hygiene and improving ones health because they can wash better with less hair. I’m curious too hear your opinion, and no I don’t shave I trim.

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  flamingcookie  |  7

269 I'm not an idiot but it's true for fungus. bacteria can breed and grow under many conditions and survive a well. for example salmonella. so don't say it's perfect and confine the criteria to one area when theres more. so don't tell me I'm an idiot :p have a nice day!

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@288 You’re right; there isn’t a difference if a person is washing thoroughly, but the point I’m trying to get across is, whether or not it’s more likely. It doesn’t matter what kind of person you are, everybody finds less hair much easier to maintain than long hair. Of course not all short hair people are cleaner than long hair people, but if you have nothing else to go by; then it’s worth considering. At least if he or she is trimmed/shave you can safely assume that, A) if they take the time to trim/shave when they DON’T HAVE TOO, then it’s likely they also take that extra time to wash thoroughly and properly, and B) since they have less hair, it should have been easier for said person to keep clean and maintain a good hygiene (At least down in that region). So too me a person who uses both methods, trimming and washing, is more likely to be cleaner then a person who is just using one. For anyone; if its your time with this partner and you're skeptical, trim/shave is always a good sign.

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  sg2583  |  7

#143 it's just as gross when a guy doesn't shave. this fml is so funny though! i would have just laughed, it's not so much an fml, you just have a funny bf

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my doctor told me that if i wanted to stop getting infections down there, i just just let my hair grow. the hair doesn't prevent infections- there's still bacteria down there- but it gives the bacteria a place to grow that doesn't harm the inside of your body. just be sure to WASH, and you'll be fine...

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  SettoFail  |  7

TEveryone is saying she should shave but how do you know she doesn't? You can't shave everyday maybe it was just alittle grown out. Idk it's not really an fml anyway it's not like he got grossed out.

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