As much as I’m not a fan of chest hair, I think I’d prefer my dude to have it instead of waxing it. I’m not opposed to the idea of a man waxing anything, but if he were to do it just because of what I think is hot, I’d probably be annoyed. I, myself, am a waxer of my nether region, but that has nothing to do with what men find attractive, and everything to do with the fact that I just don’t like hair “down there.” In fact, I really don’t like body hair, on men or women, in general.
So, if my man were to ask me to help him in this area, say, perhaps, by putting some wax all up in his ass crack then pulling out all that hair, my reaction, without even the slightest hesitation would be, “What the fucking fuck? Do it yourself, dude.” I don’t think this displays a lack of love or even a disinterest in helping him achieve whatever he thinks is physically awesome, but I just don’t foresee it being my scene. Ever.
But apparently, I’m a big selfish jerk.
A recent survey (of over 2,000 men) taken by a U.K. company found that 53% of them have a partner who’s willing to help them in maintaining that flawless (and often hairless) look that seems to be all the rage these days. I’m not really sure if I start growing whiskers when I’m 80 years old, I’ll be asking my love to help in the removal of them, but I guess I can’t say for sure. Maybe?
Of the men who took the survey, 49% of them had woman willing to pluck their nose hairs, 11% had ladies, who obviously are really devoted to the manscaping cause by actually going down under to trim their pubes, and 23% were all for helping in removing of callouses. Now, for some reason, callouses seems much easier on the stomach for me, but I’m also the girl who’d be first in line to pop anyone’s blister. BLISTERS FOR ME. ALL FOR ME.
First of all, who’s dating a manscaper out there? How do you feel about it? Do you take to his balls with some store-bought wax and make them as hairless as an infant every six weeks? Was it wrong to bring infants into this? What does chest stubble feel like?
I’m curious. We’re all curious, so let us know.
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