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”“When it comes to male body hair I have been known to be partial to the odd man bun.
I love a beard (provided it’s allowed to roam free as nature intended and not too ‘done’), and chests that have been plucked, waxed or preened in any way is a major turn off for me.“That being said though, I wouldn’t say it’s a determining factor when it comes to deciding whether I would date someone or not - ultimately if a guy can make me laugh, has a glint in his eye and a somewhat mischievous grin, it doesn’t really matter.
According to a survey, which looked at 4,146 respondents between the ages of 18 and 35 taken from Cosmo's social media accounts, Esquire's Twitter, and Ask Men's Facebook, men are very particular about the way their partners groom their bits.
I hadn’t liked beards before but suffice to say I’ve hated if not feared them ever since, and would much rather a clean-shaven (stubbly at most) man any day.
If it helps, though, I don’t know anyone with the same opinion - the world’s gone beard mad!
I guess in general keep it natural but contained…”“If I’m being honest, I must say that I love a decent magic carpet and to let my fingers run through a man’s chest.
It makes me feel like I'm his Jane and he my Tarzan.
Manners are what maketh the man, not his body hair.
Oh, and banter.”“Personally I think it really depends where we're talking about - I love a guy with facial hair, particularly rugged stubble and I can be partial to a hipster beard too.
In fact, some experts claim that women who do shave down below could actually be putting themselves at greater risk of infection.
After all, pubic hair does serve a purpose other than pleasing your partner; it also offers a natural barrier that helps to keep things clean.
Completely hairless men make me feel uneasy, it means they spend more time preening than I do and to me they wind up looking like skinless chickens with goose-pimples left where their feathers should be.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating