To shave or not to shave?

To shave or not to shave?

She Said:

When it comes to looks, image and appearance leave a major impression.

For girls, we have a variety of ways to make sure we look our best. So it is in everyone’s best interest to be shaved, men included.

Clean shaven men are always more attractive.

A clean shave says a lot about the man. Clean shaven men tend to take more time on their appearance because who wants a man who looks like he doesn’t take care of himself. Some men think that shaving off their facial hair makes them “less of a man” or feel that having no facial hair makes them have a “baby face,” but I’d rather have a baby face than a bearded grizzly.

Facial hair also makes intimacy unenjoyable, it always gets in the way. Just shave it all off, including the downstairs. There’s nothing more unappealing than a man who doesn’t manscape.

Sex is the main reason why men should shave, especially for oral sex because who really wants to go down through a jungle to give pleasure while choking on pubic hair, not hot at all.

It’s understandable to not want to shave because of the whole “manly” essence of it, but if us girls shave down there for your guys pleasure the least men can do is shave their privates for a girl’s peace of mind.

I mean I don’t know about you but a wooly mammoth downstairs is a major turn off. Just shave. There’s nothing hotter than a man who doesn’t need a beard to feel like a man.

He Said:

Out of all the things that can be found on the surface of the human body, it’s hair that seems to ignite many debates. To shave or not to shave, that seems to be the question.

The answer is no, in case you were wondering.

Beards are in again. Not the type that is just a tangled forest of dirty hair though.

Beards come with the commitment of washing, trimming , and maybe putting some beard oil on there to keep it soft. No need to shave it all off.

The same goes for body hair in more private areas.

Does catching a piece of hair in the mouth during oral sex suck? Sure, but demanding that a person shave off their natural hair just for your own convenience is wrong.

According to an article from The Telegraph, shaving of pubic hair can cause itching, ingrown hairs and an increased chance for infection through abscesses.

In fact, a 2012 study by the Department of Dermatology at Liège University Hospital in Belgium suggested that the removal of pubic hair can increase the chance of contracting STI’s because the removal of hair affects the skin membrane and makes it easier for bacteria to enter the body.

Putting sharp blades near such a sensitive area is enough to make me shiver and cringe just at the thought. Besides, honestly I don’t really want my partner to look like they haven’t hit puberty yet.

No one should be forced to conform to what others find aesthetically pleasing.

Go natural, leave the hair.

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