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To Shave or Not to Shave?

(11 posts) (5 posters)
  • Started 3 years ago by
  • Latest reply from Professor Xvr
  • Shave it off with a razor : (4 votes)
    36 %
    Trim it with scissors : (3 votes)
    27 %
    Remove it with Wax : (4 votes)
    36 %
    Remove it with Nair : (0 votes)
    Remove it with Veet : (0 votes)
    Remove it with Duct Tape : (0 votes)
    Burn it off! : (1 vote)
    9 %
    Rip it off! : (1 vote)
    9 %
    Scratch it and Let it be! : (1 vote)
    9 %


    I feel its necessary to shave under my arms because it looks gross. It is [also] necessary to shave my 'VA J J' because it looks, feels and smells better. I also do not like it when I'm 'doing' a guy and his pubic hairs are touching my stuff - it irritates my clitoris. Its just not cool. Its also not cool when he 'hit it from the back' and I go to wash up and his pubes are on my 'crack'. Its not cool to be getting or giving head (male or female) when its hells hairy down there. It's disgusting because hair smells!

    What have been your experiences? What are your opinions on this topic?


    Removing the hair down there is a must . I prefer to use hair removal creams. They can be a bit messy, but the end result is smoother and it last longer.


    I may be in the minority, but I actually like the 'all natural' look. I am not a fan of shaving, not only does it take a lot of time and patience but it can also result in cuts and irritation in very sensitive areas. Besides, if you wash and practice good hygiene, your body should not emit pungent odors. If it still does, I recommend you talk to a doctor about it and maybe get a referral to a nutritionist, cause your diet has a strong influence on your BO.


    Low blow an all natural, it is just not my 'thang'. Plus, I can't use shampoo it burns.


    Also, you should be careful with cuts because that's a possible transmission route for HIV. Overall daily hygiene is essential to good health. :)


    If you get rid of the hair in the area immediately you don't have to worry about cuts, but I appreciate you showing some genuine concern.


    First off, I don't shave. I hate the in-grown hairs and 'pricklies', so I just keep it looking nice by trimming and lining....


    See, I hadn't thought about lining.


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