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Posted: Monday, February 04, 2013 10:41:55 PM

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KatR wrote:
I like a hairy chest and arms and legs, but not a jungle, just hair I can caress. Hairy back is kind of yuck. But it's the person inside, not on the outside. That said, if the outside is nice to look at and touch, that's a big PLUS!
Thanks a lot lovely
Posted: Monday, February 04, 2013 10:49:24 PM

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Tranquil wrote:

I think this is such a sweet idea... get it waxed for her. she will love you for it and if its not what she wants. It will grown back within 3 to 5 weeks... Just remeber for you it does means she needs to luffer your back but hey, whats a back scrub in the shower if not a pre limb to some fun.

some woman do find it sexy to run their hands through back hair I should know i have a friend who says she can't get enough of it while making love to her man.

have fund

Thanks ever so dear!! :D
Posted: Monday, February 04, 2013 10:50:35 PM

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NymphWriter wrote:
I always tell my men it's up to them. I think that chest hair is sexy, but if a man doesn't have any naturally (or very little) I just tell him that "grass doesn't grow on a playground." My husband has shaved his chest (including shaving love messages in his chest for me) and that's been cute and romantic. But I swear I've never asked him to do this for me. Back hair has never bothered me, but my husband has me tweeze his back every few days because he has a problem with ingrown hairs and they bother him so. When I first started, the roots were so deep I'd swear I was pulling chest hair. Now it's something I do to remind him how much I love him.

Arm and legs are fine with hair for me, but again, if a man was more comfortable shaving this area, that would be fine with me as truly it's his body.

Pubic hair is also a "personal choice" region for me. If a man like so to shave this area for whatever reason (hygiene, feel, issues with ingrown hairs, etc) that's his choice. But I also remind my man that my pubic hair is my "personal choice" region. Happily, my hubby doesn't care either way.

My husband does shave his underarms primarily for hygiene reasons. He's the only man I've known to shave this region, and all I can say, it does help. I mean... that's party why I shave that region (and partly because I find it unattractive to have hairy armpits as a woman.)

Bottom line for me is this... I don't tell my man what to shave and he doesn't tell me. It's all about communication! director

Thank you so much :D
Posted: Tuesday, February 05, 2013 6:24:45 PM

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Love a man that is rough around the edges, love running my fingers through chest hair, facial hair big bonus. The rest, not an issue However, i do like a little maintenance around certain regions
Posted: Tuesday, February 05, 2013 7:16:17 PM

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Im for a man being a man. If he has hair, then I'm all about it
Posted: Wednesday, February 06, 2013 11:06:31 PM

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Dancing_Doll wrote:
Technically there's no "right" amount of hair. It depends on what you and your girl like and find attractive.

I would get rid of the back hair though. Of all the varied female preferences on body hair, I have yet to hear one say that they like back hair.

Personally I like a smooth chest too, but that's just me. If she likes you hairy then you should keep it.

Edit: Forgot to address the all-important pubes issue. I prefer a tight trim or shaved.

All of the above. Although the pubes don't bother me as much. I could go either way, except I've never come across anything like that.

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