I guess when we start telling people that their choices make them seem dirty and (as a woman) manly, it undermines all womens choices and reminds us that there is always someone lurking in the shadows ready to judge.Please explain where anyone said women shouldn't have a choice?
Last edited by SpecialPatrolGroup; 15-09-2012 at 00:27.
I shave my legs and underarms but not much over winter. I shave under my arms if it's going to show at work or a public place because I'm worried other women will see me as grose unhygienic or whatever.
I shave my legs in the summer time but in winter it's a rare occasion.
I wax my lady parts on occasion as dh likes it and also for ivf I find with the hair and the scans and all the lube they use makes a total mess AND every man and his dog looking up there I'm self conscious. But I have to admit I enjoy the smooth feeling!
As for the Dirty is the first thing that comes to mind as when I usually think of underarm hair I think of men in gyms and sweat stains on their shirt or sweaty hair poking out from their singlet tops. Of course I know logically that underarm hair can be clean. I admit I'm influenced by social conditioning.
In fact if you read all my posts together I admit to not shaving all the time. I am basically taking the pi$$ out of myself for being influenced by social conditioning.
But I suppose those type of threads on bub hub are beyond the capabilities of some people, who are more focused defending womanhood against an invisible enemy, to grasp!
Something generally has to be funny to constitute as a joke.
Already did them last night
I think underarm hair looks gross on women...but thats me.
Sent from my GT-N7000B using BubHub
Pregnant for the first-time?
Not sure where to start? We can help!
Our Insider Programs for pregnancy first-timers will lead you step-by-step through the 14 Pregnancy Must Dos!