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i have noticed that some of these girls have their !**@! shaved? i have started shaving mine is that good?
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replied May 16th, 2007
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Well, I would not say that is good or bad really. It's just a preference. Some women shave, some trim, some leave it all natural. However, shaving does increase your chances of getting infections, razor burn, and pimples.
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replied May 16th, 2007
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redneck1989 wrote:
i have noticed that some of these girls have their vagina shaved? i have started shaving mine is that good?


They haven't actually shaved their vaginas, nor have you. The vagina is inside you, and there is no hair on it! You, and other women including myself, shave their vulva, which is the name for the external sexual organs on a female.

it is totally okay to do. Your risks only include razor burn and cuts from going too fast Smile Personally I feel a lot cleaner and sexier when I'm shaved.
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replied May 17th, 2007
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thanx for the advise Very Happy
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replied May 17th, 2007
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redneck1989 wrote:
i have noticed that some of these girls have their vagina shaved? i have started shaving mine is that good?


It's fine to shave. But keep in mind, some men find it sexy some men say it is gross, and reminds them of a 10 year old, or a little give who has yet developed hair and they don't like the look!
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replied May 17th, 2007
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some guys prefer it to be shaved fully, some just trimmed. but if you're comfortable with it shaved or trimmed, it's up to you. Laughing
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replied May 17th, 2007
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paul995 wrote:
some guys prefer it to be shaved fully, some just trimmed.


And others like it all natural. Smile
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replied April 29th, 2012
A guys pov here but I absolutely hate any pubic hair on women to such a degree that I've even had my three teen daughters get permanent laser hair removal full brazilians and they love it.
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replied April 30th, 2012
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I don't care - shaved or unshaved!

I wish those women with long unruly pubes would give them a brush sometimes as there is nothing worse than accidentally taking one or two inside - it causes a great deal of soreness...

Sometimes a growth of stubble is good - if it is the soft and downy sort, but sometimes it is like sandpaper...
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replied May 2nd, 2012
It's totally okay, and many guys have a lot of different preferences. Some profess to only like totally shaved, which I suspect is because that is the "porn standard". If someone really cares about you it should not be a big deal what you do, as long as you're hygienic.
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replied May 3rd, 2012
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I agree with _ARI_,

A guy or a girl who REALLY loves you will be ok with it either way- they will love YOU not your hair or lack of it.

Personally, I love it when my wife shaves-I don't get hair in my mouth. She prefers not to shave, except for some trimming due to the bathing suit. I love her and if she grew a better beard than mine, I would still love her. Shaving is a choice and if it's your body, it should be your choice.
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