Ok so I've decided that me an my bf are going to have sex. And I'm unsure of how guys like it "downstairs".? Do they like it bare, trimmed, or hairy.? I wanna be confident and I'm not very. Because I have large labia minora also. I hate it because it just looks funny and I feel like he'll think different of me.? But are there certain designs for shaving.? Or how do I shave.? How far back do I go also.?
I looked up some designs, and I kinda liked 2, the heart shape and the initials... I might surprise him with the initials, but idk if he wants it hairy, or bare.?!
mercury answered Tuesday June 5 2012, 12:22 am: Totally agree with ninjaneer's,you could ask him what his preferences are,but in the end,it'll be up to you,I have it bare down there bc not only is what my boy prefers,but what I also like.The thing is that a rash may appear after shaving that zone,on the plus side,though,it's cleaner,healthier and it looks classy as well LOL,hope it helps;) [ mercury's advice column | Ask mercury A Question ]
NinjaNeer answered Monday June 4 2012, 10:00 pm: There's no such thing as "what guys like" when it comes to pubic hair. Some guys like it au naturel, some like it bare, some like it in between. Every guy's preferences are different.
If you're really concerned about what he likes, you can always ask him what his preferences are. That's the best way to find out what he's into.
In the end, though, it's up to you. Do what's most comfortable for you, and you can't go wrong. There's no point in shaving or waxing for a guy, because you're the one who has to live with it 24/7. A decent guy will just be happy to have access! [ NinjaNeer's advice column | Ask NinjaNeer A Question ]
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