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Re: RE men, to what degree do you "manscape" and women what styles do you prefer

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I prefer my partner to keep it short (not shaved). Nothing like gagging on a long pube stuck on the back of my tongue
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Another one of my reasons. One particular time she got one stuck in her throat. Not particularly sexy having one partner trying to cough up an errant pube.


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He likes it trimmed, not shaven. I do it for him coz he asks me to. I thinks its because that puts me closer to the manscaping site with my face (if you catch my drift) lol
I trim too, same. Trimmed, not shaven. More comfortable and better for everyone if they don't want pubes in their mouth.
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I have no need for my guy to manscape. I like men the way God made them. I do understand why a guy might want to shave his chest though. If he works out and feels like his chest hair hides his definition that’s understandable. But I don’t need him to do it for me.
When I first started going to the gym, was the first time in 57 years I decided I at least had to trim under arms a little.

Actually DW strongly advised, she said I was looking like a scruffy caveman.

Just a trim, to take off years of unfettered growth!
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He likes it trimmed, not shaven. I do it for him coz he asks me to. I thinks its because that puts me closer to the manscaping site with my face (if you catch my drift) lol
I trim too, same. Trimmed, not shaven. More comfortable and better for everyone if they don't want pubes in their mouth.
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Another one of my reasons. One particular time she got one stuck in her throat. Not particularly sexy having one partner trying to cough up an errant pube.
Well said.

I have to admit I was not even interested in trimming and shaving for many many years. Only the beard.

But we had the same experience as you may have had, and when DW advise hey, you've got some 3 inch hair going on certain "things" she plays with, I decided to do something different.

Things in the "playground" and lower are squeaky clean, while a longer but trimmed above ground mustache remains, if you will. This is tmi, I'm sure, my apologies

DW and I have experimented with various "after shave" lotions, even edible flavored lotions, all organic, a light coconut or other fragrance remains, and all good care for the skin.

So I've kind of embraced it for now, it's actually more comfortable and good skin care too.
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Re: RE men, to what degree do you "manscape" and women what styles do you prefer

And bald is bad for friction! Hair is there for a reason


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I have a hairy husband and apart from facial hair which he shaves I like it.
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This is kind of why I'm throwing this out there to see how others may keep things, I'm learning as I go, that's for sure.

For women I'm thinking it's a bit different, such as @Elizabeth001 mentions, I can't know about personally but I'm making an effort to broaden my horizons.

As empty nesters now, DW and I can walk around nekkid at will, kind of a new experience.

And DW convinced me to use other lotions for face, and arms, which dry out especially when riding the motorcycle.

Soooo, this is a new thing for me.

It's always been soap, dry, shave face, and go, and I held that's all a man really needs, but I've modified that position a bit.

I can say "things" adjust better now when riding in somewhat tight jeans, actually now more comfortable.

It's a thing, that's for sure!!
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I have a hairy husband and apart from facial hair which he shaves I like it.
I've friends that are very hairy as well, and for them to make such an adjustment would be a full time body haircut almost daily. But hairy works for them, it's certainly just a different thing, all variations are good, and some women love that too, like yourself and some others that have posted.

Personally I'm not that hairy, just the "typical spots" and arms/legs.
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I also involved my DW, l let her do what she wants it varies at times but am game for fun. And l get to fo the same it varies sometimes she shy about it when I'm done. Giggling says what if l get in accident? Just makes me smile.


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I've never really thought too much about it. I don't like really, really hairy I wouldn't like it but I definitely don't like shaved or looking like it was fussed with too much or like it was groomed. So "neatly natural" i guess would sum it up.
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Trimmed , # 4 on the shaver for the both of us.


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Trimmed short. Women don't like getting hair in their mouths

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Re: RE men, to what degree do you "manscape" and women what styles do you prefer

I will often trim my pubic hair shorter and sometimes remove all the hair from my testicles as well. Since when they are hairless, my wife puts them in her mouth. I have also tried having all my hair removed down there, yet have found I don't like how it feels when my wife is bare down there as well.

Very occasionally I will also remove the hair from my back, which was never an issue until my mid thirties onwards, when I started growing more hair rather than less.
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Re: RE men, to what degree do you "manscape" and women what styles do you prefer

Have been with some men who had stray, long hairs here and there growing directly on their penis. For the love of GOD...please get rid of those. They’re like dental floss


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