London07

Are Females Bothered About Male Body Hair ?

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I've always been a hairy beast unfort ;-) but what do women really think of men who are hairy as a rule ? Personally I think I'm related to Wolfie Smith ;-) chest hair & legs are one thing but I'm literally hairy all over. I always shave before a liaison but its a pain in the arse. I always think women will go for the draw and rather than take a Johnson cover out they will show me there epilator

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I've always been a hairy beast unfort ;-) but what do women really think of men who are hairy as a rule ? Personally I think I'm related to Wolfie Smith ;-) chest hair & legs are one thing but I'm literally hairy all over. I always shave before a liaison but its a pain in the arse. I always think women will go for the draw and rather than take a Johnson cover out they will show me there epilator

London07

So long as it is not growing up from your chest over your lips then I have no problem, Shaved balls would be a must though if they like some attention. I would rather a hairy guy than a guy who has 2 or 3 days stubble all over his entire body.xx If you must de-hair and it bothers you a lot then you should look into laser hair removal, it is pricey but if you consider the price of razers and shaving gel over the course of a lifetime...it might be cheaper, no stubble either.x

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Always polite to shave around the groin area and balls. You'll usually find the ladies more appreciative and give better and prolonged oral/DT ;)

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Always polite to shave around the groin area and balls. You'll usually find the ladies more appreciative and give better and prolonged oral/DT ;)

Yes, but my wife might notice!

Daffon

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Yes, but my wife might notice!

Daffon

You could tell your wife you shaved so she can be more comfortable down there.

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Quite a few clients over the years i've known are quite hairy in places, many in the trouser department. Never really seen it as a 'get in the way' sort of thing, to be honest. Guess it's just another way to...tickle ones fancy lol

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Quite a few clients over the years i've known are quite hairy in places, many in the trouser department. Never really seen it as a 'get in the way' sort of thing, to be honest. Guess it's just another way to...tickle ones fancy lol

Just like Chloe says. The only time I have a problem is when a chap has shaved, or trimmed and there is a layer of short stubble. This goes for body, as well as face. For some reason men think this is better than full grown hair, but it isn't as the resulting blunt, short hair is very prickly, harsh even when pressed against delicate female skin. I have on more than one occasion actually developed 'stubble' rash after spending time rubbing up against such grooming. Longer, natural hair has a fine tapered end and is much gentler when pressed onto female skin. So it's either fully shaven to a very smooth finish, or completely natural please guys.

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Just like Chloe says. The only time I have a problem is when a chap has shaved, or trimmed and there is a layer of short stubble. This goes for body, as well as face. For some reason men think this is better than full grown hair, but it isn't as the resulting blunt, short hair is very prickly, harsh even when pressed against delicate female skin. I have on more than one occasion actually developed 'stubble' rash after spending time rubbing up against such grooming. Longer, natural hair has a fine tapered end and is much gentler when pressed onto female skin. So it's either fully shaven to a very smooth finish, or completely natural please guys.

Well said.

And if you DO have a stubbly chin, then rubbing it frantically against the lady's clit during RO is a BAD IDEA. Please take note, especially if you are the gentleman who visited me last week.

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I've never liked the current fashion for facial stubble and agree with Claire and Strawberry that it must be uncomfortable for them. Show a little consideration, I say, guys.

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London how about going for a wax!

It hurts like hell the first couple of times but it does get better honest!

That way you will be baby smooth and when it grows back it will be sparser and softer in between waxing, shaving stubble is horrible!

S x

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I normally shave it all off which is no bother really as long I don't let it grow back again.

This thread has got me wondering is there any hair removal treatments other than waxing that is suitable for the 2 veg!!!!

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I normally shave it all off which is no bother really as long I don't let it grow back again.

This thread has got me wondering is there any hair removal treatments other than waxing that is suitable for the 2 veg!!!!

There is Veet and the appropriately named Australian creme called Nads.

S x

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There is Veet and the appropriately named Australian creme called Nads.

S x

Thanks for the info Sabrina I've tried veet before but I was left with 2 very tender balls I may have left it on too long though so I try again but read the instructions next time!! :rolleyes:

I've been having a look on google and this one is quite highly recommended but not for the delicate areas though.

Andre Extra Strength Men Hair Remover

Anyone used this?

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I always shave my face completely smooth before a punt but I never shave my pubes completely off, just keep them quite trimmed down so they're not long enough to be in the way but not short enough to be rough and stubbly.

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I'm really hairy and don't like it. So I clipper my chest and pubic hair (balls shaved smooth tho). I understand the stubble problem, that was mentioned above and have found that a number 3 clipper is about as short as you can go, whilst still leaving the hair feeling soft and I think this looks good. I don't like the look of shaving off all my pubic hair.

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Lots of hair on guys doesnt bother me at all, on some guys i find it quite sexy and manly, though i have met quite a few guys who are rather self concious about it, i have recommended to them to try a trim like kidA says, on a number 3,4 or 5 and the hair isnt too stubbly and can look really good, or of course the waxing option. Ouch!

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Yes, but my wife might notice!

Daffon

I avoided this by making sure I was shaved before I was with a new partner. It's a lot easier to get them to shave if you already are and they don't know any different. Girlfiends before that didnt really want to change.

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Confidence is attractive. It doesn't matter how hairy, or silky smooth you are, as long as you are comfortable in your own skin. I find it really hard to find a relaxed, confident smile unattractive.

Its true that stubble can make things uncomfortable though. Not just for the lady either, it can result in some chaffing of a mans more delicate areas. Personally I prefer a natural man. No shaving, no waxing etc. Its just more rugged and masculine that way ;-)

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Hairy or smooth bodies are fine for me but I do like guys to trim down below its so much more enjoyable.

Shelly

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There is no way I am going to shave down there, however I have actually had my ear lobes lasered. Hairy ears are ugly, hairy balls are normal.

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I always shave down below as i like it nice and smooth; also it’s easier to clean up after Tommy thanking :P ! I think Muslim men are supposed to keep their pubs trim no longer than a grain of rice!

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It's never bothered me at all - I was surprised when I became an escort how many men shave their pubic hair off, and how many also shave their chests. None of my partners in my personal life ever have aside from my husband, who shaves both pubic hair and armpit hair - he says he feels it's more hygenic. I don't mind hair and I don't mind shaved, what I hate hate hate is stubble, I have had to take half days off work in the past because of being covered in unsightly red patches after a stubbly client!

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So long as it is not growing up from your chest over your lips then I have no problem, Shaved balls would be a must though if they like some attention. I would rather a hairy guy than a guy who has 2 or 3 days stubble all over his entire body.xx If you must de-hair and it bothers you a lot then you should look into laser hair removal, it is pricey but if you consider the price of razers and shaving gel over the course of a lifetime...it might be cheaper, no stubble either.x

The lady who waxes my back told me that laser removal doesn't work for everyone, it is dependent on their skin 'taking' to the laser to be successful.

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For lasers to work the hair has to be dark and the skin light as the method depends on the pigment absorbing the laser energy. That way the energy is directed to the hair follicle only. It wont work on grey or very fair hair and on dark skin it may cause skin burns.

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Laser hair removal is very good, I've had it in a couple of areas, underarms and full bikini (yes - as yeowch as it sounds, by my-my it's a good job done). It's not cheap tho and be very choosy who you go to get it done. I went to Harley Medical and as a guide needed 5 sessions for my bikini @ £95 each, and have had 2 of about 4 sessions for my underarms at £70 each. Next job will be half thigh but that's about £250 each session, 4 sessions.

A past client of mine had about 10 sessions at a local beauty salon, spending over £1200, and he was still very covered on his back. Told him about the HM, saw him a few sessions later and he was very pleased with the results. True, dark skin should not be treated, but darker skinned areas can be (they do a melanin gauge first to decide setting), and can treat fairer hair, tho again not blonde or grey.

Reason cheaper places may not work is that the laser they use isn't powerful enough to go deep into the root of each hair and zap it big enough to kill it. The shop bought lasers are similarly un-powerful, tho do weaken the hair each time.

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