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

To men, and women for comments too; and anyone, to what degree do you "manscape" and women what styles do you prefer?

Men do you and what is your typical manscaping routine or process if so? Variations?

Women, do you like a landscaped playground, and what are your favorite variations or levels?

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

Here we go again.

I like my husband looking like a man, not like a child with a big penis.

If he shaved anything but his face I would wonder what was going on in his head, as well as lose my attraction for him.

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https://www.vox.com/2016/7/14/121533...y-health-risks

https://www.acsh.org/news/2017/08/21...who-knew-11717

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

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 thatís understandable. But I donít need him to do it for me.
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Re: RE men, to what degree do you "manscape" and women what styles do you prefer

Trimmed to stubble every few weeks.

It is not a sex thing...at least not any more. At one time it was.

It is now a comfort thing.

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The only hair on my body that is regularly shaved is the hair around my nipples, since I have no chest hair other than that. My wife is sure to remind me to do it if I forget.

I shave or trim below the waist when it starts getting in the way. If the hair is getting caught on fingers then it's time to go. Maybe every 2 months, I'm not really sure. It's like a 1.5 hour task.
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Trim down to stubble every few weeks as well. It's 100% for hygiene and comfort purposes.
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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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Re: RE men, to what degree do you "manscape" and women what styles do you prefer

I am a hairy beast. When I was over 300 I did not bother. The bod was the bod, and since I was a big guy, might as well look like a bear. Well as the pounds left and the body got looking good, decided to do some manscaping. So now at 193lbs there still is hair on my chest, however, I have a very nice Vietnamese lady who gives my wife a mani and pedi, gives me a pedi and every few months waxes my back. I regularly get rid of my pubes and the bush that covers my upper leg. That and I have gotten several piercings and a tat. Not bad for a guy in his sixties.

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Stubble trimmed or sometimes clean shaven, usually always during my daily shower routine ~ done solely for my own comfort and peace of mind.

I really cannot stand facial or excess body hair on myself!

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I like neatly trimmed.


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If youíre getting an erection and it looks like Pinocchio has joined the Taliban then you need to trim.

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

Tried trimming to something like 1/4 inch once. My wife hated it. Said anything shorter than the natural length felt prickly in all the wrong places.
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What @Elizabeth001 said.

All great info. Some trimming is for her, some is now for my comfort. No use keeping 3 inch hair in the way of things.

Not doing too bad for a 57 yo.

PS I'm not what one would call a hairy man, thank goodness no back or shoulder hair.

The more varied info is a great learning for me.
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Re: RE men, to what degree do you "manscape" and women what styles do you prefer

I can say it's a breeze to keep up. Much harder to wait and do once a week, plus the stubbly gets pokey, if you get my drift.
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