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I heard the ding of a message notification and immediately knew who it was—an Australian named Mark. We sort of dated but formed more of a casual sexual relationship than an emotional bond. He was serious. I laughed, thinking his attempt to be seductive felt more like a bad rom-com line. Let me explain: Mark is a heterosexual man without any known body hair fetish. Mark wanted to have sex with me and knew I would be hairy. Men, and even women, are supposed to overwhelmingly hate female body hair. The shaming we see daily is proof of that.
You actually hook up with people without shaving? Researchers explain that women are taught early on to engage in body hair removal to be attractive and sexy because gender is linked to physical traits, not body hair fetish. This ideal carries into sexual relationships, informing preferences. Cosmopolitan recently ran a survey of pubic hair grooming patterns. Forty percent of these men have asked a partner to change their pubic hair.
This body hair fetish a study of university-age students grooming patterns, which suggests that men are more likely to prefer a hair-free partner, and women report feeling cleaner, more comfortable and sexier when hairless. Research indicates my hairiness makes me less of a woman and a less attractive sexual partner. Being hairy should make things problematic then, right? Not quite.
In fact, some have overemphasized their acceptance. However, researchers explain that negative attitudes towards female body hair often traverse cultural landscapes. There was a man who liked me and bought me drinks. Oh, yeah? I thought. Testing him, I lifted up my armpits, exposing a small bush. I even caught a side glimpse of a fiery-eyed wink. I tried not to burst out laughing. Nothing came of this flirtation, but it was an interesting social experiment nonetheless.
A few years earlier, I had a similar encounter. I was in Spain and met a man who went out of his way to approve of my body hair. We sat side by side at a bar, chatting about his work at a winery. He reached over to put his hands over my crossed legs peeking through the slit in my maxi dress.
A flirtatious gesture. I felt his fingers make their way over the rough surface and turned to him. He shrugged. I was glad he was accepting, but the cheesy line deserved some teasing.
So, if the majority of men are supposed to detest hairy women, are my experiences just an odd few? I often assume men will react a certain way, but they surprise me. At least when it comes to pubic hair, Dr. So in a one-time hookup, or even with a casual sexual partner, the person might not enjoy body or pubic hair, but there are still other factors at hand determining if they are interested. Perhaps I made a funny joke or impressed someone with my dance floor flailing. There was something about me beyond my body hair that my partner found attractive. And thus, the surveys might demonstrate an overall preference for hairless women, but in practice, it may be less important.
Thank you so much for this! You have helped me to be more confident with something that is completely natural!
Much love xoxo. I am a northamerican man who loves natural women hair on legs and etc. I always asking my wife to shave not more than once or twice a month and to be proud of her body. But she doesnt agree with me and say that i want a guy because i love hair… So dont forget many men and women hide their preference to others because they dont want people get laughing at them. All that means is that 1. You being visibly hairy attracts men with a fetish for hairy women.
Stop complaining about being shamed for your laziness or wearing your political agenda under your armpits. Yeah guess what sweetie cancer cells are also natural. And since you are trying to turn this into a men vs. Men also have to live up to standards much higher than shaving your armpits I might add. My boyfriend explicitly asked me to stop shaving.
I was completely hairless, and its SO nice to have a man that loves everything about me. I, and this author, are very happy and have found loving relationships. I hope one day you can say the same! Does my otherhalf care? Im lucky now, but received a lot of ridicule and abuse in the past from others.
Are you really comparing cancer cells to body hair? I have never had a man complain. Since aboutit seems, society has lost its mind on this issue. Go ahead, pluck out your eyelashes one at a time. The removal by woman of pubic hair and hair on their arms, face, bellies and legs, etc. I adore hairy women, think know that hair is natural, and find that hair capturing the odor of sex is a natural, wonderful part of sex. On the other hand, when I am with a woman who has shaved her vag, I have to try very hard — and suspend the reality — to become sexually aroused.
I agree with others who compare it to having sex with a pre-adolescent. Which obviously is very messed up! Did this movement come from men who like the idea of have sex with a young virgin. I do not know, but men are a big part of body hair fetish problem.
It seems like most go all the way with their hairless fetish, using wax, a razor, electrolysis to remove hair from everywhere but their head. I find it freakish, unnatural and very disappointing. Take a look at women before — Sports Illustrated swimsuit models and even pornstars. Kathy Ireland for example. She is body hair fetish very sexy woman and part of that is the incredibly sexy hair on her arms, belly, thighs and face. Christy Canyon, Barbara Dare. Like the rest of our twisted society, models and porn stars now look like hairless little girls.
Something went terribly wrong around the turn of the century. There is very little that saddens me more! Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Written by Allison Yates April 9, Body hair shaming by the s Cosmopolitan recently ran a survey of pubic hair grooming patterns. Is going hairless an American thing? A preference is just a preference At least when it comes to pubic hair, Dr. Featured image by Marisse Caine. Latest posts. Related posts. Allison Yates Allison Yates is a freelance writer based in Indiana.
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