Firstly, if a man isn't "man" enough to deal with some hair on a woman, then they shouldn't be having sex anyway... Get. over. it.... I don't think it's right to want a woman to look like a pre-pubecent girl and then want to go at it with her... Women shouldn't succumb to social pressures of what is normal, and what men want in a woman. If it is a personal choice then go ahead, but never in a million years is it okay to change your body by someone else's requirement. you'd be acting like a lap dog.
I think its a PERSONAL choice.
All is vanity
In my opinion, women who do not remove their natural body hair are more feminine than those who do remove it. I'm a male who would relish having a not-shaved woman in my life.
I'm glad to know that there are a few other people who also think that shaving of armpits and "down below" promotes a "little girl" look; I have held this opinion for years but hadn't encountered anyone else, male or female, who also thought that.
I'd love it if men would at least trim their armpit hair back. It's kinda gross. But I don't like the totally hairless look on a man.
Women in France don't shave armpits or legs.
thats a silly story from 30 years ago . women in france are very much like in america. lots or women in america dont shave now either
I always forget to shave my legs, we still have sex and he never notices!!!
He notices, he just doesn't care enough to risk making a discussion out of it.
Really Really, you think I mean he knows I don't shave my you know what enough so I think he just figures the legs go along with and to be honest he dosen't last long enough to know at least I BELIEVE THAT!!!
No. It's called a double standard. Get used to it.
Who's calling them disgusting and 'unclean'?
Naw, men with super long hair and large breasts are gross. Not so with women. Cultural perceptions aren't tangible but they're still very real things that matter, as silly and arbitrary as they are.
That said, excess hair on guys is unappealing to me personally, and probably most women, but a bit is fine, even necessary.
I thought that was already accepted.