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How many of you still like. Or ever did like

A Hairy bush? I went to the dermatologist and had my pubic hair lasered off .. it took seven or eight sessions and a lot of money some treatment that was bullshit because it didn’t work but it took a long time for my bush to come back. I’m asking this question because I’ve always been into shaving bald young sexy cunny but my partner asked me to let it grow bushy like the 70s Absolutely drives him wild. I’m 50-50 sometimes I like it bald and sometimes I like it bushy what do you guys think, What do you girls think also. Wow I can tell the gray goose is kicking in that’s vodka
Sleepwalker · 41-45, M
You've done it right with the laser treatment. 👍 Of course being bald down there is not everyone's cup of tea, but if you are asking me I love that and this is my opinion.

I hated body hair since I started to have it during puberty, and as soon as it was possible I removed it (finally lasered everything from neck to toe). 🤭 And this is what I like on my partner too. Of course it is her choice, it's up to her what she does with her bodyhair, but I don't like it hairy so... 😏
Casualsharter · 36-40, F
I remember the first time I freaked out because of pubic hair I guess I was 12 I shaved it and I was like well that took care of that and it all came back but it is so nice to shave and does make it feel So sensitive however my partner has taught me to appreciate myself as a human the hair that is meant to be there I like it all anyway I’m having a great night I hope you are too
Sleepwalker · 41-45, M
[@1247666,Casualsharter] you used the world "naturalness". Yes of course having body hair is totally natural, it's out of question, but let me tell you something: naturalists (you know those who are sunbathing naked among other people) removing body hair too. At least 80 percent of them is smooth down there and many men are keeping other naturally hairy parts of their body hairless... And they are "naturalists". 🤭
Sleepwalker · 41-45, M
[@1247666,Casualsharter] you mentioned that you have lasered it. Okay it's not totally permanent, and thin light hair remains ( which can be freking sexy to toucb) but how do you have hair down there now? It has to be very light and thin which is not that typical "curly hairy bush", right?

And if you ask me, I won't let it grow back, instead I would shave your hubby too. 😁
The only hair I keep is on my head. I prefer my partner the same, but ultimately it’s up to her.
Casualsharter · 36-40, F
Do you guys landscape too?
carpediem · 61-69, M
[@1247666,Casualsharter] when you want up close personal attention, you groom. If that's not important you don't
dancingtongue · 80-89, M
[@1247666,Casualsharter] Trim on top, shave on bottom.
Sleepwalker · 41-45, M
[@1247666,Casualsharter] don't really have to, it's permanently removed. Just waxing the remaining thin hairs once a month. 😏
dancingtongue · 80-89, M
Bush. Trimmed, preferably, but I can find my way regardless.
carpediem · 61-69, M
Don't Bogart the goose. Share
Abcdefu · 90-99, T
Plants are good for the climate and feeding animals
Abcdefu · 90-99, T
[@1247666,Casualsharter] yeah
Casualsharter · 36-40, F
[@1254764,Abcdefu] I like how your brain Just ran circles Around My vodka drowned brain
Abcdefu · 90-99, T
[@1247666,Casualsharter] okay cool
ViciDraco · 36-40, M
I'm in the camp of picking one and sticking with it for a while. Clean shaven is lovely, but there is also something primal about the natural look.

I'm just not a fan of the in between short and prickly phase.
PhpPhoenix · 31-35, M
Trimmed can be just as sexy as completely bald, but a full bush is not for me.
Casualsharter · 36-40, F
[@1125975,PhpPhoenix] I’m a mother I am divorced I’ve had a life still living it, I’ve always wanted to have a run with bisexuality — never been with a woman—Could have plenty of times..but I’m waiting out for that special one that is worthy of me and I wouldn’t mind nuzzling my nose and face in her hairy bush
Adrift · 56-60, F
I don't know the 70s furkini was kind of scary.

 
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