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 MelloDLyn
Joined: 10/25/2004
Msg: 76
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I would not get rid of a pet for anyone. They are like my kids. I can't stand hair. I prefer a clean shaven man just as myself. Hair is so old school! You have to keep up with the changing times. I would not give oral if the guy had hair. She was not being unreasonable there. I'm sure alot of women feel that way.
 whytwater
Joined: 8/7/2008
Msg: 77
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 11/22/2008 11:02:14 PM
When I was 15, I took a job after school and weekends working for a 65-year old guy who bought old houses and fixed them up. One day, we were laying masonite down, with nails (no air guns then). Whenever I didn't hit the nail on the head, the guy would say, "don't worry, that just means your pecker's still growin' ".

OP- The good news is: I think your pecker is still growing.
 Lightning Thunder Boy
Joined: 11/20/2008
Msg: 78
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 11/23/2008 3:10:15 PM
I love shaving myself and so do all of the girls I've been with. It turns me on just doing it and I always feel that I'm giving my best to a girl when I'm shaved and ready for her to devour me.
 Alli_K
Joined: 10/14/2008
Msg: 79
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 11/23/2008 3:24:33 PM
It's not attractive when it looks like it needs a weed whacker to go through or get a mouthful of hair picking it out of your teeth..

I offer to do it for him.... none of the men have ever minded nor has it take away their masculinity...

Trim the Bush I'm not going hunting..
 SweetnessInFlorida
Joined: 6/26/2008
Msg: 80
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 11/23/2008 4:36:20 PM
You dont have to shave, i hate stubble, BUT, trimmed nicely so that it is not a jungle is a must if you ever want tor recieve oral.
 kenda2010
Joined: 10/2/2008
Msg: 81
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 11/23/2008 5:41:38 PM
I like pubic hair, baby. I like to gently pull on it with my fingers. It also tickles during intercourse...so I like that.
 gentleplus
Joined: 9/8/2008
Msg: 82
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I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 11/24/2008 9:05:27 AM
I am more of a "whatever it takes to float your boat guy"..... I will accommodate my partner in any way that is healthy and not destructive.... besides hair will grow back if things change!!!
 deletedpost
Joined: 12/4/2007
Msg: 83
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 11/24/2008 9:58:54 AM
Dude .. shave or at the very keep things at least trim. That said ... she sounds like a pain.
 stevelfun
Joined: 10/23/2005
Msg: 84
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 11/24/2008 12:30:08 PM
Look I don't have a problem doing something for someone if they like/enjoy/want it.

The last woman I was with wanted such. So - I shaved. It certainly aroused her.

It made her experience better - fine - I am all for it.

If you are not, like the OP, then fine - end it.

However, I think that people need to stop being so darn inflexible and all about themselves. You know - it is a 'relationship' because there is another person there that you are supposed to 'relate' to. If you value that and want them in your life you do things/sacrafice/whatever for them/you (collective).

What is the big deal? We are not talking about lopping off a leg or removing an eye.

If not willing to do it for them and their asking - then compromise and at least trim it up a bit. How many women here are in favor of hairs in their mouth - say 'Aye!'....

See - no one. I didn't hear a single 'aye'.

Get over yourselves people and get into the 'ourselves' of a relationship.

Yeesh. Is it any wonder why so many relationship fail when you have so many people that are all about themselves???
 phishkev
Joined: 9/19/2008
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I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 11/24/2008 1:23:58 PM
I'm okay, You're okay (for us 40 or so folks! Ha! ) I'll shave if you will-might be fun-hee!
 edster1224
Joined: 2/27/2008
Msg: 87
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/10/2008 8:24:43 AM
Why are you telling us this? I don't care if you pick your teeth with your pubic hair.
 TheyCallMeMrAwesome
Joined: 7/27/2008
Msg: 88
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/10/2008 1:27:01 PM
ed, that was quite disturbing

nonetheless, i also agree that shaving kinda of reduces the machoness
and i don't allow any some objects near my nether region
besides, i have hair from head to toe so it would look kind of rediculous
i've tried it before, i know, and the stubble sucks!!!!!!!
sucks bad.

but yeah, i wouldn't budge on it either, so i can't say i blame you!

and come on, me or the dog, sorry, my dog was here first, bye bye ****!
 PEEH_WIZZLE
Joined: 7/17/2008
Msg: 89
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I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/10/2008 2:33:23 PM
LOL FIRST OFF I'M SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. SECOND .. YAH MIGHT WANNA TRIP THE PUBES JUST A LITTLE TO KEEP THEM NEAT. DO YOU LIKE WHEN YOU GO DOWN ON A WOMAN AND IT LOOKS LIKE IT'S GONNA BITE? I KNOW FOR SURE I DON'T? I WANT MINE NICE AND CLEAN SHAVEN. I'M NOT SAYIN TAKE A BIC RAZOR TO IT, JUST MAYBE BUY A PERSONAL GROOMING DEVICE AND KEEP IT NEAT. THE DOG... I CAN UNDERSTAND... SHAVING THE PUBES.... IF I WAS A GURL I WOULDN'T WANT A BUSH TO BE HITTING MY NOSE EVERY TIME I BOBBED UP AND DOWN. THANK GOD I'M A MAN! GOOD LUCK GUY!
 Ellis112
Joined: 12/12/2006
Msg: 90
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/16/2008 3:08:43 PM
Dont go with women that shave, Trim is ok, but i want a woman to be a woman. not into little girls.
 verygreeneyez
Joined: 3/15/2006
Msg: 91
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/16/2008 4:14:47 PM

Really, this has nothing to do with "American" women, it has to do with the stupid women YOU are choosing. Quit chasing Barbie, and you won't have to deal with that high maintainence crap. Find yourself a normal woman (yes, they do exist!) and quit beating your chest and doing the Tarzan yodel.

Well, I'm certainly no Barbie, but I have pre-requisites in this department. If he doesn't or hasn't, he's asked to. If he doesn't want to ~ I'll do it for him. If that doesn't solve the issue ~ it'll be nothing but good old "sleeper sex." I don't feel the need to visit the resident chia pet on a regular basis and I wouldn't expect him to, either. Personal preference? Yep. Like minds really should stick together.


Dont go with women that shave, Trim is ok, but i want a woman to be a woman. not into little girls.

If you need pubic hair to tell the difference between a pre-pubescent girl and a woman, shaving is probably NOT the issue. (Hair does not a woman make.) JMO
 OneMoreTimeWithFeeling
Joined: 9/8/2008
Msg: 92
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/16/2008 4:26:01 PM
OP, here you go...

http://www.salon.com/mwt/feature/2008/12/11/bush_back/



Bush is back!

Not in the White House. But thanks to the recession, women are skipping the Brazilian and finally growing a little hair down there.

By Lisa Germinsky

Dec. 11, 2008 | Recently someone forwarded me an invitation to a cheeky Inauguration Day event called "Shave the Date." As organizer Kristen Chase explains on her Web site, "Show your love for your country, and as you watch our new president take his oath and feel your satin undies against your smooth nether region, you can take pride in knowing you've rid your world of bush once and for all."

Now, you'll be hard-pressed to find anyone more eager than me to offer Junior a hearty farewell to wherever ex-president frat boys go. And the event is, indeed, a lovely act of unity. But I won't be participating in this brilliant call to action. See, it ignores one thing: W. may be leaving the White House, but when it comes to our most private places, bush is back.

"Absolutely," agrees April Barton, stylist extraordinaire and owner of Suite 303, the salon in New York's notorious Chelsea Hotel. "The new rule of thumb is: When you lift your leg, there shouldn't be any hair below the crease. Keep it clean in the back. And in the front, trim the hair right before its natural curl." She likens the look to a more trimmed, 21st-century version of '70s pubes: the tailored bush.

Or, as my friend Jen put it, "My landing strip has turned into more of a Dorito."

It should probably come as no surprise that the biggest economic crisis since the Great Depression would inspire a little fuzz. Conspicuous spending is out, after all. And maintaining a stripper-worthy wax job ain't cheap.

"It's back to shaving in the shower for me," says Catlin, a brand manager for a Los Angeles fashion label.

"It's a fortune to keep a trim bush," bemoans Meredith, a healthcare marketing executive.

But it isn't just hard times driving this trend. After seeing the shaved beav of nearly every pop tart, after years of porn going mainstream, isn't the thrill of the bare vage getting a little stale? If not, you know, creepy?

That was Bill Maher's take, when he lamented on a Sept. 19 episode of "Real Time With Bill Maher," "Bring back a little pubic hair. Not a lot. I'm not talking about reviving that 1973 look that says I'm liberated ... and I'm smuggling a hedgehog. I just want a friendly, fuzzy calling card that tells me I'm not going to get arrested."

These days, even Playboy -- and it's hard to find better experts on the matter -- acknowledges a departure from a near-decade run of absolute clean living. Gary Cole, the Playboy photography director who has observed the region's changing landscape since 1975, says, "It started [in the '80s] with trimming and a landing strip, in part a reflection of the skimpier swimsuits. Then it went further to tiny patches, then to none at all. Now, the pendulum is swinging a little the other way."

And I, for one, am not going to complain.

I first took a lady Schick to my bikini line sometime during the second term of the Reagan administration. The process guaranteed unpleasantries: razor burn and in-grown hairs, not to mention the constant and necessary repetition. But in time, with increased skill, the invention of the gazillion-blade razor and ladies-only shave gel, I gave the task little thought. Until I moved to New York City, of course, where highlights from a New Jersey mall and a "natural" brow were the sartorial equivalents of hate crime. Eventually, seduced by the city's indulgent carelessness, I let Sonya and her thick imported Brazilian wax have their way with me. My lady garden -- once lush -- now lay nearly bare. And for years, that's how it stayed: a tiny patch of hair, not dissimilar to Hitler's mustache.

But in recent months, I've longed for the fuller landscape of yesteryear. While I've become accustomed to some benefits of the Brazilian -- it does clear a nice path for action -- I'm aching for change. The act itself is invasive. I'm feeling a little rebellious. And, hey, money is tight.

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It does seem that George Taylor's famous hemline theory -- that the length of women's skirts rise and fall with economic times -- can be applied to bikini lines as well. In 1922, Sears and Roebuck introduced the first women's razors. Electrolysis emerged in the '60s until social and political rebellion gave way to a renewed celebration of "Hair" (whose upcoming Broadway revival is no mere coincidence). Then, in the '80s, power suits and polished, tight skin reigned, just before Black Monday pushed bikini waxing to the bottom of "to do" lists. As the millennium neared, however, dot-coms let the money and the liquor flow, and women bared all like never before. As "Sex and the City" reminded us (and reminded us again), the Brazilian plowed its way across America's heartland, but these days those crops are growing back -- in Technicolor.

Take, for example, Betty Beauty, a pubic hair dye in a range of colors made popular not by young club-goers but by middle-aged Middle American women. Nancy Jarecki, founder of the product, explains, "The boomers are buying our product. They spend hundreds of dollars getting their hair that beautiful auburn color. They want it to match. And they want to cover gray." Seventy-three percent of Betty Beauty total sales are sold to women over age 36. And by the way, 42 percent of their Middle American clientele prefer pink. (The product isn't just for Kansas anymore, however. According to the Superficial, Betty Beauty is also popular with celebrities like Mariska Hargitay and Christine Taylor, Ben Stiller's wife.)

But as a woman, I think there is something powerful in deciding that products and waxers and experts don't need to come between you and your private parts. It's OK to be a woman again -- a real woman, hair and all.

And, as April Barton points out, "'Racing stripes' are not safe and secure. And security is what's important right now. It's nice to have a little something to come home to. It's time to get back to basics."

Personally, I've garnered only positive feedback with my new coif.

So while some women shave themselves silly on Jan. 20, I plan to enter this new era with a tailored modern mini-bush and a reclaimed sense of womanhood. Maybe, if the bikini line theory plays out, we'll all go back to the Telly Savalas sooner or later. But the promise of a new America under an Obama administration gives me greater optimism. I envision a country where we can one day have it all -- a booming economy, national security, a healthy respect for sexuality and even a little bush. I say, Yes we can.
 Cogie36
Joined: 10/23/2008
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I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/16/2008 4:53:51 PM
Healing sounds to me like you have anger issues.....to get so pissed off because you had a bad experience after a week??? be thankful it took that long... and just a little fyi for you...... women are not the only rude/shallow/controlling/ and manipulative people ...I know plenty of men that try and control women because they have insecurity issues.....you cant have male friends.....you cant have a girls night out......you cant do this or that.....and if you do you are cheating.....its bullshit....or you have to have your hair this length.....and you have to be this size.....see you guys are trivial too so dont hang the tag on women...........shame on you.....Freedom of Speech is a good thing but honestly after reading your little rant my guess is its a good thing you still have your dog and your self esteem and I hope they keep you warm at night....
 sunkist76
Joined: 4/21/2008
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I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/16/2008 5:55:45 PM
shaving will make it look bigger.
 han03
Joined: 11/18/2008
Msg: 95
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/16/2008 8:55:58 PM
Some Guns & Roses fans may prefer this, they might have "Welcome to the Jungle" playing during their intimate times.
 misshoney31
Joined: 12/10/2008
Msg: 96
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/16/2008 9:29:20 PM
So she came over for a week of screwing. Well obviously you both hand an fwb going on rather than a relationship, so I have no clue why your being a whiny little boy.

Men who don't trim or shave? Gross!!! Who wants to go down on a guy with a jungle between his legs, gross! My kitty is smooth and I expect a guy to be smooth as well or or trimmed. Hygiene is very important to me.

Honey some women can be shallow, rude, controlling, and manipulative, but men can also be that way too so stop your bashing of the female gender. A real man doesn't act like a child.

Sounds to me like you wanted her to cater to you to your every whim. Good for her for dumping you.







 That_girl*
Joined: 9/29/2008
Msg: 97
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/17/2008 10:40:39 AM
goodone4ya said:

I can understand you not wanting to jump to her every command,but shavin the pubes has nothing to do with being manly-its about being clean and well groomed.I love fore play and like for a woman to take her time down there-why not make the experience a more pleasureable for her and clean up.Plus to much hair down there can create that funk cloud-no matter how much you shower.Walkin around with an afro down your pants and that musky stench will be on ya till jump in the tub--ewwwww.



yes i completly agree just becasue a man shaves or trims down there an keeps up good hygien an has a nice clean cut appearance from his face to his ass,,colonge & deodorant ect ect..same goes for women with the shaving trimming down there an makeup perfume & powder it doesn't make him or her anyless of a woman or man...

it just means that some people actually like to take care of themselves an that they care about how they look an smell..an keeping up a decent an smell good appearance definatly does bring in the good attention an compliments from people..


an true true having a jungle of hair down there male or female does trap in odor an when the natural juices an funk starts rolling it's so over with nobody wants to gag on hair or get thier nose hairs burnt from the stench..
 Witchypoo
Joined: 9/17/2005
Msg: 98
I am a man and I refuse to shave my pubic hair.
Posted: 12/17/2008 11:50:52 AM
Ah yes............. the OP being another student of Leykis 101, spouts off his hatred of American women, LOLOLOLOL.

I am glad you kept your dog:)) as they are amazing animals. As for your rant about censorship, this is a Canadian site, so I'm betting Marcus could really give a shit if you post or not. I know I don't:))

Your problem as I see it is........... "It's my way or the hiway" mentality, no give, bend or compromise with you, in your perfect little world. I know, I know..... a woman should know her place. Thankfully for your former girlfriend, it's not with you.

As for shaving your manly pubes, my my.... we wouldn't hear of it, LOLOL!!! Even though it can be quite erotic for a lady to feel some baby smoothness on your legs, balls, ass etc. I know I enjoy the fact that one of my lovers is very clean shaven. I've had it both ways and I love it all. Trust me.... it does not make him any less manly, he is very much a man in every way.

I also had a former boyfriend shave especially for me, I never even asked. Straight up Sioux Indian boy as well. I was so touched by this thoughtful act.

Don't shave your balls OP, as a matter of fact..... don't ever change. Find your bride in a catalog, the women of the U.S. will be glad you did. I only have one more word to say to you by the way.............OINK!!!

And for your information, I am a big fan of the professor and agree with most of his rules.

:))
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