Hair or no hair?

Hair or no hair?

Innocentone09 Innocentone09
Hey guys!
So men do you prefer your women to have natural pussys (meaning have hair down there) or do you like no hair at all?

Women if you do go hairless, do you wax, shave or use a different technique that doesn’t bother the skin down there (mines extremely sensitive).
Jan 21, 11:02 am
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iovys iovys
Quote:
Originally posted by Innocentone09
Hey guys!
So men do you prefer your women to have natural pussys (meaning have hair down there) or do you like no hair at all?

Women if you do go hairless, do you wax, shave or use a different technique that doesn’t bother the skin down ...
Hi;
I shave in the bath/shower, after a good 10-15minutes of letting the skin pores open up to the hot water/steam. After I'm done shaving, I usually close up the pores with cool/cold water. After the shower, I tend to slather on some rose tonic - I use Thayers Alcohol-free Rose Petal Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera, and that usually helps with any sensitivity/breakouts. I shave once, occasionally twice a month, solely for hygiene, as pubic hair does tend to harbor bacteria more easily once there's more of it.
Jan 21, 12:26 pm
Innocentone09 Innocentone09
Thanks for your feedback! Can I get that stuff at the grocery store?
Jan 21, 2:53 pm
iovys iovys
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Originally posted by Innocentone09
Thanks for your feedback! Can I get that stuff at the grocery store?
I've seen it in select herb stores in Brooklyn and some natural remedy pharmacies in Queens (I live in NY), but never in grocery stores, I'm afraid. Amazon carries them, though, and they also have various scents available (like cucumber, peach, and lavender amongst others), but my favorite is rose, as it has a handful of good anti-inflammatory/anti -irritation/anti-infec tion properties & antioxidants. The aloe and witchhazel soothes any that you may have gotten from shaving. I also use it daily on my face, and it makes my skin feel like heaven!
Jan 23, 6:19 pm
GingerAnn GingerAnn
I shave in the shower as well, working the hot and the cold water to control my pores, as well. The only thing I do differently is that I love using coconut oil as a moisturizer. I have extremely sensitive skin, too, and I tried many options, including several tonics, oils - even Johnson's baby body oil seemed to go hard on my skin and leave it irritated. The coconut oil is the only thing that doesn't irritate but works wonders instead. No redness, no irritated hair follicles and even when I let them grow out a bit, they feel much softer than they used before.
Jan 28, 7:09 am
RonLee RonLee
My preference is for an intimate partner, male or female, to be smooth and hairless, down there. However, it's certainly not a deal breaker. When I first became sexually active, depilation was considered to be rather kinky. My first partner was asian and naturally very little pubic hair, she was rather embarrassed that she had so little hair. Of course I reassured her that I liked it. My guess is that she was possibly teased by other girls in gym class about not having a full bush.

As an aside, not that I want to hijack your question, Innocentone09, but do YOU prefer a male partner to be smooth, manscaped or for the forest to be left natural?
Jan 28, 7:39 am
Kinkykat8 Kinkykat8
Husband and I are both hairless. We both shave but are looking into long term options.
Feb 20, 9:32 am
Wildwestbabe Wildwestbabe
I personally don't like hair on my pussy. I shave and sometimes I don't mind having a little very short hair on her
Feb 20, 5:57 pm
SoloRebel SoloRebel
For me, nothing's hotter than a bare shaved pussy...a groomed front patch is fine. Personally I can't stand hair on my business neither...I keep shaved from balls to butt
Feb 23, 12:45 am
Soundside46 Soundside46
Call me old school but I like some hair as long as it is trimmed and not too bushy and getting in the way.
Feb 24, 4:31 am
GingerAnn GingerAnn
I already spoke for myself, now a word of caution to be said for guys out there. My fiance has been shaving since he was 15 - so, around 20 years now. Last weekend was the first time he accidentally cut himself. I must say, it was one of the most stressful experiences of our relationship, even considering several car accidents I've been in (not driving, all cabs).

Anyway, we aren't afraid of blood and generally have strong tolerance to things, but the amount of blood was, ahem, surprising. As was the fear, and the requests to "check out how it is doing down there" every 2 minutes, and the level of discomfort he had for a few days after when sitting, getting aroused or in any way interacting with the scrotum.

My point - just be careful for heaven's sakes
Feb 26, 10:15 am
SoloRebel SoloRebel
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Originally posted by GingerAnn
I already spoke for myself, now a word of caution to be said for guys out there. My fiance has been shaving since he was 15 - so, around 20 years now. Last weekend was the first time he accidentally cut himself. I must say, it was one of the most ...
Hope all is well and healed up! He wasn't using a straight razor was he ! I've nicked myself a few times and it will bleed forever it seems. Not much different than when you cut your face. There's a lot of vessels down around there...just like in the face! I always hold the razor by the blade and not the handle...more control...and go slow!
Mar 9, 12:29 am
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