No, not at all. I don't mind scuff on the face, but all over the chest and back is gross.
It varies. It depends on the individual and how he carries himself. It's kind of like hair dye, some people can pull it off while others fall flat.
To be honest it is not really my thing. I don't mind a little on the chest as long as it maintained. I like a little scruff on the facebook though.
I think it is hot for a man to have hair,however I do not want a bear either. A man needs to look like a man period. Men are their own creatures to us ladies and this is why we are so attracted to them. Whether or not they have some hair or not on there body. If your man has a lot of chest hair, he can get it waxed or he can trim his hairs with a pair of scissors. Their are many different ways and tools he can use to groom himself for you and for himself. In todays world, it is amazing what you can use to groom yourself with. There are so many products out there.
Hair is not a problem, as long as he's not a Big Foot lookalike.
I like a little on a guy's face, but I don't like a huge beard. And I think that a whole bunch of hair on the back and chest is just gross.
Different people are attracted to different things. Excessive body hair isn't something I'm attracted to, but that's me. Men who possess it should be comfortable with it and not worry about anyone else's personal preference. It's nothing but a thing. And it sounds as if it's less painful than any alternative they have access to.
Edit. Except a beard. A guy who can grow a good beard should always do it. It would be a travesty not to.
I think it depends on the guy and how they look with it, but I've pretty much always been attracted to guys with more body hair than usual. My best friend/boyfriend is a total werewolf, and let me just say, I appreciate it very much when he takes that shirt off, haha. He used to shave his arms because he was embarrassed... he has to come to my room to shave now, I keep all his razors.
I hate to see a mass of hair on a man's chest, but I do like a little bit. My husband has the perfect amount of chest hair and virtually no back hair, so I am pretty please ;-)
I'm glad this thread has been dug up from 4 months ago.. because I wanted to say something then, but had to check recent research to see how hairy this question really is!
Apparently, a natural balance exists in regard to men with body hair...
Men appear to be hairy as a result of these five reasons..
Either: hormonal reasons, geographical location (including climate), number of primates within their family group (or jeans), habitual belief that being hairy enhances their sexuality, or both parents have tended to be hairy!
Interestingly, there is only a 1.5% difference worldwide, in the number of hairy men verses the number of hairy women in the world!
So... there ya go.... Tell the Truth!
Because, there really is a reason why your girlfriend plucks her chin!
A very little bit of hair on the chest is fine. Natural places such as legs, arms/armpits, and face is also fine. I just don't want it in over float. There's nothing nice about getting a mouthful of hair when you kiss your partners chest.
Hi, I hear ya on that one! But men still need to look masculine not like sissys.
When I was younger I wanted a cleanshaved man. Now I like a bit of gruffness, I think it's because when I was younger I wanted boys and now I want men so yeah.. Deff masculine!
I do, however, find it ridicules that most men demand that women shave all over (I've even tried twice that a boy has pointed it out to me, one of which wasn't even my boyfriend but just a guy I knew who saw my legs in a summerdress close up and saw I didn't shave my thighs.) yet when we ask them to trim a bit, it's all "I'm a man, my hair is manly!". Seriously, then my hair is womanly, deal with that.
Hi, I love your answer to this and I think in all fairness guys should except women just the way they are too. Great answer. Thanks for your reply.
I like the clean cut guys. But excessive hair is not a problem with me. I do have a problem with guys having earrings and excessive tattoos.
I tend to agree with you on this. I myself don't like men with a lot of earrings and tattoos. However, if a man served in the military and has a tattoo than I think that is okay. I also do not like women having tattoos either, it takes away a womens beauty, I think so. What do you think? Thanks for your reply and I do appreciate it!
Even though the tattoo part wasn't for me, I'll answer anyway xD ..
I just got my first tattoo a few days ago, so clearly I think tattos on a girl is just fine (I got some notes from a song I like, on my shoulder.) I do, however, think that there's a limit to how many tattoos I think is attractive, it needs to be tasteful, and sadly the limit of how many tattoos I think suits women is lower than however I think suits men.
About the military part, I think that it doesn't really matter if a man got his tattoos in the military or not, as long as they are tasteful and not just something he got for a laugh but actually meet something, then I think it's alright
by Hot chick S7 years ago
are hairy men that ugly ?or is it the media that has brainwashed their minds?
by shavedjb6 years ago
is it sexy for a man to shave all body hair neck down?
by Sneha Sunny4 years ago
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by masculine5 years ago
Am i being too obsessed and hopeless about myself, due to my excess body hair, which i see as a disability in matters related to relationships and hampering of self image?I feel "abnormal" and try to shun the...
by masculine2 years ago
Is being HAIRY a crime.....??YES
by AnonimusAdvice23 months ago
A follow up To my "SEXY is not the same thing as BEAUTIFUL" essay
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