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Posted: 10/17/2016 4:05:52 PM EDT
Seriously, unless you're a professional swimmer or this is somehow job/safety related, WHY!?!?

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/fashion/men-who-shave-legs-spornosexuals-mens-health-poll-a7365536.html
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:07:46 PM EDT
Not a US article.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:09:33 PM EDT
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Citing a Men's Health article - this one: http://www.menshealth.com/grooming/should-men-shave-their-legs


I think you meant to say, "Not 'men'."
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:10:47 PM EDT
Bicyclists also do it, not for speed, but so that when they crash and get road rash the bandage removal isn't hell.

Past that I got nuthin'
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:11:17 PM EDT
WTF is a spornosexual?
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:12:20 PM EDT
........have you seen the "do you shave your balls?" threads here in GD?
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:15:48 PM EDT
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:18:02 PM EDT
I dont look like a fucking ape and im 10 degrees cooler in a factory all day. Trimming a couple.times a year is not shaving.

No taint hair either
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:18:07 PM EDT
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That actually has a purpose. Last time I checked, I wasn't trying to induce women to suck on my patella.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:24:27 PM EDT
Originally Posted By DeathMetal556:
Seriously, unless you're a professional swimmer or this is somehow job/safety related, WHY!?!?

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/fashion/men-who-shave-legs-spornosexuals-mens-health-poll-a7365536.html
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I think a man full on shaving his legs is GAF....but trimming up for an exceptionally hairy man is not. Especially if dude lives in a hot climate and is exceptionally hairy.
I used to shave my ex's back. He looked like he was wearing footy jammies made of hair.
There's nothing sexy about back hair.
He used to take the clippers to his legs to knock down the foliage every now and again.
Since you fellas collectively have decided women should remove 80% of their body hair to be pleasing to you....than I think it's perfectly fine that ya'll start spending some time getting all that nasty hair you guys have in order.
You can't act grossed out if a chick doesn't have the perfectly coiffed landing strip when you come to the "table" with a mega pube briar patch going on.
Same goes for legs.....and do something about the back. Wax that shit or something.
If you have a pelt on your chest...a semi annual trim is a good idea. *Some* chest hair is sexy.....enough to braid is not.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:29:26 PM EDT
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That actually has a purpose. Last time I checked, I wasn't trying to induce women to suck on my patella.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.
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Originally Posted By R2point0:
Originally Posted By TexasOutdoorsman:
........have you seen the "do you shave your balls?" threads here in GD?


That actually has a purpose. Last time I checked, I wasn't trying to induce women to suck on my patella.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.


Not acting like a childish angry dickhead is a much better way to get what you want.
Hair on your balls has very little to do with it.
Generally we do it to make you happy because you've made us happy.
Again...has very little to do with hair.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:32:17 PM EDT
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Think about it, "increased usage of hormones in our food supply." I would also comment about fluoridation in our water but......

Aloha, Mark
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:37:29 PM EDT
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Think about it, "increased usage of hormones in our food supply." I would also comment about fluoridation in our water but......

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...and that beta male is unlikely to get a beej from any woman who sees that.
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Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:49:22 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Thorina:


Not acting like a childish angry dickhead is a much better way to get what you want.
Hair on your balls has very little to do with it.
Generally we do it to make you happy because you've made us happy.
Again...has very little to do with hair.
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Originally Posted By Thorina:
Originally Posted By R2point0:
Originally Posted By TexasOutdoorsman:
........have you seen the "do you shave your balls?" threads here in GD?


That actually has a purpose. Last time I checked, I wasn't trying to induce women to suck on my patella.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.


Not acting like a childish angry dickhead is a much better way to get what you want.
Hair on your balls has very little to do with it.
Generally we do it to make you happy because you've made us happy.
Again...has very little to do with hair.


I wasn't referring to attracting women and getting them interested, rather getting them to spend more time once they've made the move. If I want her to pay attention to more than just the Upright Citizen, I have to make the Brigade more welcoming.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:53:31 PM EDT
Originally Posted By DeathMetal556:
Seriously, unless you're a professional swimmer or this is somehow job/safety related, WHY!?!?

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/fashion/men-who-shave-legs-spornosexuals-mens-health-poll-a7365536.html
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I sometimes trim my leg hair in the summer when I add gasoline to start the bonfire.

Link Posted: 10/17/2016 4:57:30 PM EDT
I shave around frank and the beans.

If I don't it looks like a mushroom in brown grass.

Trump 2016
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Originally Posted By R2point0:


I wasn't referring to attracting women and getting them interested, rather getting them to spend more time once they've made the move. If I want her to pay attention to more than just the Upright Citizen, I have to make the Brigade more welcoming.
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Originally Posted By R2point0:
Originally Posted By Thorina:
Originally Posted By R2point0:
Originally Posted By TexasOutdoorsman:
........have you seen the "do you shave your balls?" threads here in GD?


That actually has a purpose. Last time I checked, I wasn't trying to induce women to suck on my patella.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.


Not acting like a childish angry dickhead is a much better way to get what you want.
Hair on your balls has very little to do with it.
Generally we do it to make you happy because you've made us happy.
Again...has very little to do with hair.


I wasn't referring to attracting women and getting them interested, rather getting them to spend more time once they've made the move. If I want her to pay attention to more than just the Upright Citizen, I have to make the Brigade more welcoming.


You spend as much time as you need to.....depends what the ultimate outcome is supposed to be. No pun intended.

A regulation crew cut is usually just fine.
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I sometimes trim my leg hair in the summer when I add gasoline to start the bonfire.


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I've seen your work on youtube.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 5:00:58 PM EDT
I manscape. For a variety of reasons. Mostly in the bedroom but 50% of the guys here wouldn't understand that.

I used to full on shave in my triathlon days. Shaving legs was a pain in the ass. Felt nice in pants and in bed though.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 5:07:09 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Thorina:

Since you fellas collectively have decided women should remove 80% of their body hair to be pleasing to you....than I think it's perfectly fine that ya'll start spending some time getting all that nasty hair you guys have in order.
You can't act grossed out if a chick doesn't have the perfectly coiffed landing strip when you come to the "table" with a mega pube briar patch going on.
Same goes for legs.....and do something about the back. Wax that shit or something.
If you have a pelt on your chest...a semi annual trim is a good idea. *Some* chest hair is sexy.....enough to braid is not.
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Yeah, no. Women pretty much drive fashion choices in that they are competing with each other. Men are just as affected by trends as women. For instance, the attractiveness of very thin model types can't really be explained by the reproductive drive - those women would have much worse odds of carrying to term, etc. than someone with more meat (and fat) on her bones.

The idea that men have somehow collectively "decided" that women should shave their armpits, legs, pubic hair, etc. is like saying that women collectively decided that car manufacturers should sell minivans instead of station wagons. Individuals make choices; when enough of them make similar choices, the market reacts.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 5:09:40 PM EDT
My leg hair is literally the only thing I can say that is appealing about my body. At least according to me.
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Originally Posted By R2point0:
Bicyclists also do it, not for speed, but so that when they crash and get road rash the bandage removal isn't hell.

Past that I got nuthin'
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No they do it because their boyfriends prefer smooth legs.
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Bicyclists also do it, not for speed, but so that when they crash and get road rash the bandage removal isn't hell.

Past that I got nuthin'
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Bodybuilders shave ,too, but it's kind of required.
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Bodybuilders shave ,too, but it's kind of required.
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Originally Posted By LightningII:
Originally Posted By R2point0:
Bicyclists also do it, not for speed, but so that when they crash and get road rash the bandage removal isn't hell.

Past that I got nuthin'


Bodybuilders shave ,too, but it's kind of required.


If you have a really good toned physique, body hair really obscures definition. So it's not just body builders, but fitness models or just about any one who wants
to show off "their cuts".

If you're a couch potato, shaving still makes you look like a couch potato.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 5:16:07 PM EDT
Because I can. And because I once looked down at my feet after putting on silk dress socks and saw a ton of leg hair sticking through the fabric.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 6:27:43 PM EDT
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Yeah, no. Women pretty much drive fashion choices in that they are competing with each other. Men are just as affected by trends as women. For instance, the attractiveness of very thin model types can't really be explained by the reproductive drive - those women would have much worse odds of carrying to term, etc. than someone with more meat (and fat) on her bones.

The idea that men have somehow collectively "decided" that women should shave their armpits, legs, pubic hair, etc. is like saying that women collectively decided that car manufacturers should sell minivans instead of station wagons. Individuals make choices; when enough of them make similar choices, the market reacts.
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Originally Posted By R2point0:
Originally Posted By Thorina:

Since you fellas collectively have decided women should remove 80% of their body hair to be pleasing to you....than I think it's perfectly fine that ya'll start spending some time getting all that nasty hair you guys have in order.
You can't act grossed out if a chick doesn't have the perfectly coiffed landing strip when you come to the "table" with a mega pube briar patch going on.
Same goes for legs.....and do something about the back. Wax that shit or something.
If you have a pelt on your chest...a semi annual trim is a good idea. *Some* chest hair is sexy.....enough to braid is not.


Yeah, no. Women pretty much drive fashion choices in that they are competing with each other. Men are just as affected by trends as women. For instance, the attractiveness of very thin model types can't really be explained by the reproductive drive - those women would have much worse odds of carrying to term, etc. than someone with more meat (and fat) on her bones.

The idea that men have somehow collectively "decided" that women should shave their armpits, legs, pubic hair, etc. is like saying that women collectively decided that car manufacturers should sell minivans instead of station wagons. Individuals make choices; when enough of them make similar choices, the market reacts.


I was speaking more of pubic hair. That trend was spurred by porno.
Arm pits and legs have been the norm every since I can remember.
The bikini shave maybe. But the full bald cooter is a trend that def started with porn. Since porn is so invasive in our daily culture, yes, it has become very popular.
Gay porn is where the fully shaved balls and anus comes from, btw.
Let that sink in.

I would have let this thread go by, as I only answered it earlier out of momentary boredom.
But, I am watching toddlers in tiaras as background noise.....and it strikes me; we've become a society who has over sexualized very young girls (and boys), while at the same time following a trend of removing genital hair from adults.
Let that sink in, too.

Feminizing males, over sexualizing young children, all while making adult genitalia look prepubescent.

I am not a heavy "end times" person....but it does seem that some things have gotten seriously off track.
One small sliver being pubic hair...and the open discussion of it.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 6:30:59 PM EDT
I thought it was another circumcision thread. But that makes sense too( letting women tell you how youre dick should look isnt very manly).
FerFAL
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 6:31:51 PM EDT
Don't care.
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Originally Posted By Thorina:


I think a man full on shaving his legs is GAF....but trimming up for an exceptionally hairy man is not. Especially if dude lives in a hot climate and is exceptionally hairy.
I used to shave my ex's back. He looked like he was wearing footy jammies made of hair.
There's nothing sexy about back hair.
He used to take the clippers to his legs to knock down the foliage every now and again.
Since you fellas collectively have decided women should remove 80% of their body hair to be pleasing to you....than I think it's perfectly fine that ya'll start spending some time getting all that nasty hair you guys have in order.
You can't act grossed out if a chick doesn't have the perfectly coiffed landing strip when you come to the "table" with a mega pube briar patch going on.
Same goes for legs.....and do something about the back. Wax that shit or something.
If you have a pelt on your chest...a semi annual trim is a good idea. *Some* chest hair is sexy.....enough to braid is not.
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Originally Posted By Thorina:
Originally Posted By DeathMetal556:
Seriously, unless you're a professional swimmer or this is somehow job/safety related, WHY!?!?

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/fashion/men-who-shave-legs-spornosexuals-mens-health-poll-a7365536.html


I think a man full on shaving his legs is GAF....but trimming up for an exceptionally hairy man is not. Especially if dude lives in a hot climate and is exceptionally hairy.
I used to shave my ex's back. He looked like he was wearing footy jammies made of hair.
There's nothing sexy about back hair.
He used to take the clippers to his legs to knock down the foliage every now and again.
Since you fellas collectively have decided women should remove 80% of their body hair to be pleasing to you....than I think it's perfectly fine that ya'll start spending some time getting all that nasty hair you guys have in order.
You can't act grossed out if a chick doesn't have the perfectly coiffed landing strip when you come to the "table" with a mega pube briar patch going on.
Same goes for legs.....and do something about the back. Wax that shit or something.
If you have a pelt on your chest...a semi annual trim is a good idea. *Some* chest hair is sexy.....enough to braid is not.

Its not us, its nature that has decided that women are far less hairy than men therefore a women that looks hairy or a man that looks as if he lacks hair, cant grow beard etc just looks more femenine and less natural.
FeFAL
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 6:49:50 PM EDT
I trim back my leg/body hair a few times a year (not shaving btw just a trim with clippers) especially in the summer and I'm not super hairy. It's helps keep you cool in the Phoenix summers.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 6:56:17 PM EDT
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What?!? I like to keep my nizzles clean.





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One time I worked in a shop that was really hot. I shaved one leg to see if it would help. When the stubble started to grow back it was 10x worse than the leg that had hair. It was sweaty and itchy and sticking to my pant leg. I keep the hair on my stomach trimmed or else it get's caught in my belt buckle and pulls.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 7:05:44 PM EDT
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Thank you for sharing that wonderful mental image.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 7:08:27 PM EDT
I propose a ban on anyone who suggests in any way that Hildabeast will win.
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I got into it when I was doing Biathlons and road races/ Century rides.

20 yrs later, and it won't grow back!



ETA, think it's low T

EDIT:

Trump!!!!
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Originally Posted By Thorina:


I was speaking more of pubic hair. That trend was spurred by porno.
Arm pits and legs have been the norm every since I can remember.
The bikini shave maybe. But the full bald cooter is a trend that def started with porn. Since porn is so invasive in our daily culture, yes, it has become very popular.
Gay porn is where the fully shaved balls and anus comes from, btw.
Let that sink in.

I would have let this thread go by, as I only answered it earlier out of momentary boredom.
But, I am watching toddlers in tiaras as background noise.....and it strikes me; we've become a society who has over sexualized very young girls (and boys), while at the same time following a trend of removing genital hair from adults.
Let that sink in, too.

Feminizing males, over sexualizing young children, all while making adult genitalia look prepubescent.

I am not a heavy "end times" person....but it does seem that some things have gotten seriously off track.
One small sliver being pubic hair...and the open discussion of it.
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Originally Posted By Thorina:
Originally Posted By R2point0:
Originally Posted By Thorina:

Since you fellas collectively have decided women should remove 80% of their body hair to be pleasing to you....than I think it's perfectly fine that ya'll start spending some time getting all that nasty hair you guys have in order.
You can't act grossed out if a chick doesn't have the perfectly coiffed landing strip when you come to the "table" with a mega pube briar patch going on.
Same goes for legs.....and do something about the back. Wax that shit or something.
If you have a pelt on your chest...a semi annual trim is a good idea. *Some* chest hair is sexy.....enough to braid is not.


Yeah, no. Women pretty much drive fashion choices in that they are competing with each other. Men are just as affected by trends as women. For instance, the attractiveness of very thin model types can't really be explained by the reproductive drive - those women would have much worse odds of carrying to term, etc. than someone with more meat (and fat) on her bones.

The idea that men have somehow collectively "decided" that women should shave their armpits, legs, pubic hair, etc. is like saying that women collectively decided that car manufacturers should sell minivans instead of station wagons. Individuals make choices; when enough of them make similar choices, the market reacts.


I was speaking more of pubic hair. That trend was spurred by porno.
Arm pits and legs have been the norm every since I can remember.
The bikini shave maybe. But the full bald cooter is a trend that def started with porn. Since porn is so invasive in our daily culture, yes, it has become very popular.
Gay porn is where the fully shaved balls and anus comes from, btw.
Let that sink in.

I would have let this thread go by, as I only answered it earlier out of momentary boredom.
But, I am watching toddlers in tiaras as background noise.....and it strikes me; we've become a society who has over sexualized very young girls (and boys), while at the same time following a trend of removing genital hair from adults.
Let that sink in, too.

Feminizing males, over sexualizing young children, all while making adult genitalia look prepubescent.

I am not a heavy "end times" person....but it does seem that some things have gotten seriously off track.
One small sliver being pubic hair...and the open discussion of it.


While there is an argument to be made about the image of prepubescence, I can offer a counter argument similar to my point about shaving the the twig and berries. As an enthusiastic advocate of "licking it before sticking it", I'm much more likely to spend more time down there when there is more exposed surface area. It's like navigating across a rolling landscape with undulating features, versus making one's way through a narrow ravine surrounded by an inhospitable forest. One will arrive at the destination in either case, but the quality of the journey is completely different.

Which, I would also argue, is female driven at root. As women have demanded sexual equality, oral reciprocity has become the norm. When the standard was for the guy to stick it in and the gal to think of England, pubic hair was irrelevant. Now that women are able to say "Get me off!", men have had to learn to do so. And it's easier to play ball when the field is trimmed low.



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While there an argument to be made about the image of prepubescence, I can offer a counter argument similar to my point about shaving the the twig and berries. As an enthusiastic advocate of licking it before sticking it, I'm much much more likely to spend more time down there when there is more exposed surface area. It's like navigating ones way across a rolling landscape with umdulating features, versus making ones way through a narrow ravine surrounded by an inhospitable forest. One will get to the destination in either case, but the quality of the journey is completely different.

Which, I would also argue, is female driven at root. As women have demanded sexual equality, oral reciprocity has become the norm. When the standard was for the guy to stick it in and the gal to think of England, pubic hair was irrelevant. Now that women are able to say "Get me off!", men have had to learn to do so. And it's easier to play ball when the field is trimmed low.



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Originally Posted By R2point0:
Originally Posted By Thorina:

Since you fellas collectively have decided women should remove 80% of their body hair to be pleasing to you....than I think it's perfectly fine that ya'll start spending some time getting all that nasty hair you guys have in order.
You can't act grossed out if a chick doesn't have the perfectly coiffed landing strip when you come to the "table" with a mega pube briar patch going on.
Same goes for legs.....and do something about the back. Wax that shit or something.
If you have a pelt on your chest...a semi annual trim is a good idea. *Some* chest hair is sexy.....enough to braid is not.


Yeah, no. Women pretty much drive fashion choices in that they are competing with each other. Men are just as affected by trends as women. For instance, the attractiveness of very thin model types can't really be explained by the reproductive drive - those women would have much worse odds of carrying to term, etc. than someone with more meat (and fat) on her bones.

The idea that men have somehow collectively "decided" that women should shave their armpits, legs, pubic hair, etc. is like saying that women collectively decided that car manufacturers should sell minivans instead of station wagons. Individuals make choices; when enough of them make similar choices, the market reacts.


I was speaking more of pubic hair. That trend was spurred by porno.
Arm pits and legs have been the norm every since I can remember.
The bikini shave maybe. But the full bald cooter is a trend that def started with porn. Since porn is so invasive in our daily culture, yes, it has become very popular.
Gay porn is where the fully shaved balls and anus comes from, btw.
Let that sink in.

I would have let this thread go by, as I only answered it earlier out of momentary boredom.
But, I am watching toddlers in tiaras as background noise.....and it strikes me; we've become a society who has over sexualized very young girls (and boys), while at the same time following a trend of removing genital hair from adults.
Let that sink in, too.

Feminizing males, over sexualizing young children, all while making adult genitalia look prepubescent.

I am not a heavy "end times" person....but it does seem that some things have gotten seriously off track.
One small sliver being pubic hair...and the open discussion of it.


While there an argument to be made about the image of prepubescence, I can offer a counter argument similar to my point about shaving the the twig and berries. As an enthusiastic advocate of licking it before sticking it, I'm much much more likely to spend more time down there when there is more exposed surface area. It's like navigating ones way across a rolling landscape with umdulating features, versus making ones way through a narrow ravine surrounded by an inhospitable forest. One will get to the destination in either case, but the quality of the journey is completely different.

Which, I would also argue, is female driven at root. As women have demanded sexual equality, oral reciprocity has become the norm. When the standard was for the guy to stick it in and the gal to think of England, pubic hair was irrelevant. Now that women are able to say "Get me off!", men have had to learn to do so. And it's easier to play ball when the field is trimmed low.



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Damn, I was talking about avoiding infectious injuries while participating in athletic events.

You're talking about something else entirely.

Completely.

Totally.


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Makes sense, less friction for skinny jeans
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...but trimming up for an exceptionally hairy man is not. Especially if dude lives in a hot climate and is exceptionally hairy.

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That's me. I'm pretty hairy. I knock it all down every other month or so. No shaving though.
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I was speaking more of pubic hair. That trend was spurred by porno.
Arm pits and legs have been the norm every since I can remember.
The bikini shave maybe. But the full bald cooter is a trend that def started with porn. Since porn is so invasive in our daily culture, yes, it has become very popular.
Gay porn is where the fully shaved balls and anus comes from, btw.
Let that sink in.

I would have let this thread go by, as I only answered it earlier out of momentary boredom.
But, I am watching toddlers in tiaras as background noise.....and it strikes me; we've become a society who has over sexualized very young girls (and boys), while at the same time following a trend of removing genital hair from adults.
Let that sink in, too.

Feminizing males, over sexualizing young children, all while making adult genitalia look prepubescent.

I am not a heavy "end times" person....but it does seem that some things have gotten seriously off track.
One small sliver being pubic hair...and the open discussion of it.
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Originally Posted By Thorina:
Originally Posted By R2point0:
Originally Posted By Thorina:

Since you fellas collectively have decided women should remove 80% of their body hair to be pleasing to you....than I think it's perfectly fine that ya'll start spending some time getting all that nasty hair you guys have in order.
You can't act grossed out if a chick doesn't have the perfectly coiffed landing strip when you come to the "table" with a mega pube briar patch going on.
Same goes for legs.....and do something about the back. Wax that shit or something.
If you have a pelt on your chest...a semi annual trim is a good idea. *Some* chest hair is sexy.....enough to braid is not.


Yeah, no. Women pretty much drive fashion choices in that they are competing with each other. Men are just as affected by trends as women. For instance, the attractiveness of very thin model types can't really be explained by the reproductive drive - those women would have much worse odds of carrying to term, etc. than someone with more meat (and fat) on her bones.

The idea that men have somehow collectively "decided" that women should shave their armpits, legs, pubic hair, etc. is like saying that women collectively decided that car manufacturers should sell minivans instead of station wagons. Individuals make choices; when enough of them make similar choices, the market reacts.


I was speaking more of pubic hair. That trend was spurred by porno.
Arm pits and legs have been the norm every since I can remember.
The bikini shave maybe. But the full bald cooter is a trend that def started with porn. Since porn is so invasive in our daily culture, yes, it has become very popular.
Gay porn is where the fully shaved balls and anus comes from, btw.
Let that sink in.

I would have let this thread go by, as I only answered it earlier out of momentary boredom.
But, I am watching toddlers in tiaras as background noise.....and it strikes me; we've become a society who has over sexualized very young girls (and boys), while at the same time following a trend of removing genital hair from adults.
Let that sink in, too.

Feminizing males, over sexualizing young children, all while making adult genitalia look prepubescent.

I am not a heavy "end times" person....but it does seem that some things have gotten seriously off track.
One small sliver being pubic hair...and the open discussion of it.


That's a nonsense argument. Only recently did the US become non-puritanical in how we view sex (still rather mild compared to many places though).

When you get a population of people that finally realize that sex isn't a bad thing, and it is to be enjoyed, it only makes sense that people will groom for it.

No one enjoys picking pubes out of their teeth or trying to get one off a tonsil for two hours. Keeping things trimmed up makes the whole experience more fun and more approachable when trying out new things.


Link Posted: 10/17/2016 9:03:36 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/17/2016 9:19:19 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By R2point0:
Bicyclists also do it, not for speed, but so that when they crash and get road rash the bandage removal isn't hell.

Past that I got nuthin'
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This is true but more importantly on a daily basis it's for the massages we had to have to recover our legs and ride again tomorrow.

Hate to tell folks this...but it feels awesome in the sheets too.

That said; shaving your legs is a PITA and if you nick yourself behind your knee you will bleed for ever!

FHRC....and haters.
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 9:21:05 PM EDT
Even my girl calls me a bit metro but I will never shave anything other than my face or balls.
Who are these guys?
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 9:24:52 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By TexasOutdoorsman:
........have you seen the "do you shave your balls?" threads here in GD?
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What kinda fag does that?
Link Posted: 10/17/2016 9:37:55 PM EDT
Fuck shaving.

I got no time fo dat

Not trimming either.
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