- I Feel Shaven Or Unshaven Is Great Both Ways And Women Should Be Open To Change Up Once In A While.
- —Guest Arlo2500
- I don't like shaving the hair on my body because I get ingrown hair and it itches alot. But shaving the armpits is hygienic. I'm a girl and I don't like men with too much hair in the armpits. It accumulates dirt and stinks. I disapprove all kind of repression in society for people to be unreal and unatural in the name of fake beauty. I only approve shaving armpits or other parts of the body to avoid diseases that might come with dirt that gets on the hair.
- —Guest brazilian guest
Not just an American thing!
- Hey, I'm an European girl, and I just want to respond on people saying stuff like: "America has a culture all it's own - and the women in this country shave." Well, so does the women everywere else, too! It's a misunderstanding that "it's common in europe" for women to be hairy. It's NOT! European women get just as many weird looks in the street, if they walk around with hairy armpits as the American women. So please stop saying shaving is just an Amarican thing.
- —Guest European girl
- I love watching armpit hair especially in women. It's really sexy to watch when ladies wear sleeveless and grow hair, it's amazing to watch.
- —Guest ppk
- I think it's ok not shave as long as the bare minimum places are shaved: Armpits and Pubic Hair. These are the areas where the hair is a different texture than the rest of the body. Also, these are the areas where the body secretes special oils etc that attract stinky bacteria. For hygienic regions I think it's a must that people shave these areas.
- —Guest Hairy Limit
- I must admit I don't like seeing women with hairy legs or armpits & always shave mine. But till recently I only ever trimmed my 'below' area. Yesterday I decided to shave it & it feels lovely. It's a choice thing. Women should never feel pressured into shaving if they prefer to stay natural. Anyone who I date doesn't like me either with hair or without never bothers me & i would NEVER bow down to what others think I should do.
- —Guest Chuckles 45
- I think it's the ultimate of sexy. I love a completely, unshaved woman. The hairier, the sexier. In America, most don't accept the look of an unshaved woman. ...but who cares?
- —Guest starboard500
- Well, it is a woman's choice-- and a man's. Sometimes, it just does not look right. It bothers me. But, I mean, go with whatever you want. I started shaving because I felt pressured--all my friends were doing it.... andI regret it,,,,, It's a bother to have to shave very like... week or so.
- —Guest Micky
unshaved and loving it
- I don't shave and I will keep it that way. It's my personal choice and I'm completely elated by my choice to put down the razor. It's natural, beautiful and mature - I give myself (and those who are ok with it) koodos for being above social and sexist influence.
- —Guest unshaved
Surrounded by ignorance
- 1) Some of you are very ignorant and should consider doing a little more research and 2) there is nothing wrong with a little hair on a woman's body. There is a reason for that: an adult (man or woman) grows hair! It's what happens when you reach a certain age, in case you didn't know. And yes, it is a personal choice and what a person does to their body is none of your concern (unless it's life threatening). Also, it is people like 'Guest hairless' that pressures young girls to limit themselves in self acceptance and expression. They are pressured to do things for others but not for themselves. This also goes for the pressures of the media. By the way, models are the worst examples of what beauty is (in my opinion) considering that it isn't real. One last thing; I am an American woman and I have grown to accept the hair on my body because I've gotten sick of trying to be what society expects of me. I have my own mind and body and I refuse to let someone tell me how or what to be.
- —Guest a REAL woman
- I don't really care, to be blatantly honest. I shave, but it isn't really "natural" for woman to be hairless. I mean, people may disagree, but it isn't really what occurs in nature. So long as people know what the words shower and hygiene mean, I don't really care.
- —Guest Wulfie
- I like hairy women. They look and feel nice. And I would like to meet one.
- —Guest matt
- My two best friends shave and I didn't know they did,, so I now want to shave but dont know how?
- —Guest hey111
- A girl in my class does not shave and she is sooo hairy I told her to shave. And the next day she came to school all waxed up! :)
- —Guest sexy bitch
Not for me!!!
- I am in my 50's and have to say I have been a "frequent shaver/hair remover" since I was about 13. I get a kick out of women who say they skip shaving their legs or hate to remove the hair and always complain about it. Whoever said looking good didn't require a little work? Heck, guys deal with this just about all their adult life and (most I have dated) endure it all the time. If they can shave, why can't we? I happen to like having bare legs and underarms, especially in the Summer. I guess it is an American thing, because I could never date a man who shaved HIS legs and underarms. I guess opposites DO really attract!
- —Guest Ginger