Are there many girls that don't shave down there? Or do most? I was messing around with my bf today, and his hands "slipped" down there and I hadn't shaved. I asked him if he minded and he said he didn't, but I dunno. I've never shaved it before and am not sure whether I should start. Can someone give me some advice? I don't want him to be grossed out.
southernchick_1988 answered Saturday June 3 2006, 9:21 am: Its all up to you. To tell you the truth I shave sometimes. I know how you feel. I didnt know what to do at first shave or not shave? I decided to do it one day and I lilke it. It makes me feel cleaner and more breeze like. If you still aint sure ask your bf if he would rather like you to shave or not. But mostly do what u feel confortaBLE with. I havent shaved in a while and my bf did the same thing and he told me that wasnt what mattered what mattered is if I wanted it to be shaved or not. So do what u think is right and if it doesnt matter to you ask your bf what he would like. [ southernchick_1988's advice column | Ask southernchick_1988 A Question ]
orphans answered Friday June 2 2006, 9:47 pm: i would shave it thats what i do and now some of the guys that i messed around with ate much happier that i shave sown there it's not like i'm a slut i went out with them again and they liked it more cause they could see beter and that the hair did not get in thier wat well GOODLUCK !!
Alin75 answered Thursday June 1 2006, 6:11 pm: Like everyone said, some guys care some guys dont. Some guys, believe it or not, really do prefer it unshaved (myself for one). Now, of course do what you are most comfortable with. However, if you want to do what you think your boyfriend likes, do not assume he prefers it shaved, he may or may not. If its important to you, ask him. [ Alin75's advice column | Ask Alin75 A Question ]
mayonnaise answered Thursday June 1 2006, 3:00 pm: A lot of girls do shave. But some don't. Its all about personal preference. If I were you, I would shave just for the simple fact that I don't want my boy feeling all that hair. Its jsut gross, I'm sorry. But most girls I know, and myself, start shaving when they get a serious bf that starts feeling down there and such. I think you should, but hey, don't let me tell you what to do.
netsirk07 answered Thursday June 1 2006, 2:34 pm: Well, you're obviously old enough to shave if your boyfriend is touching there. If I were you I WOULD SHAVE!! It is very unhealthy to leave all of that there and you should trim first then shave but definately shave. It's not clean looking and its sorta gross, not to be mean in anyway
Tulipg17 answered Thursday June 1 2006, 11:57 am: Different girls like different appearences on their own bodies and different guys also like different apearences on their own bodies as well as those of their girlfriends. Similarly, maybe you find it more attractive when a man shaves, or maybe not. This is a situation where everyone have completely different tastes, and it's totally up to you what you like. The only thing that is generally unacceptable to most everyone is when there is visible hair when a bathing suit is worn. Besides that, experiment and see what you like. [ Tulipg17's advice column | Ask Tulipg17 A Question ]
rainbowcherrie answered Thursday June 1 2006, 8:17 am: Whether or not girls shave their pubic area is up to them. Some girls shave it all, some keep it and most just trim it. If you want to shave then go ahead, but if your boyfriend doesn't mind and you'd rather keep your pubic hairs then don't bother. It really is up to you. But remember, don't shave just because a guy wants you to - it should be your choice. [ rainbowcherrie's advice column | Ask rainbowcherrie A Question ]
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