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Would u still undress (nude); completely, if u knew ur scar may be a turn off b

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    babygoogoo3posted 8 years ago

    Would u still undress (nude); completely,  if u knew ur scar may be a turn off before making love.

    U have a nasty scar, very visible and almost unattractive situated just close or above your private area.  U're ready and its ur first time to 'make love' with your b/f, g/f.  U've had breakups or ur previous partners have been 'putoff' coz of it, wot would you do, undress or not

  2. stricktlydating profile image82
    stricktlydatingposted 8 years ago

    Of course I would still undress, many women have a scar in that area due to childbirth (Cesarian), and even stretch marks.  If you're worried about your scar just meantion your concern to your man before you strip off! But I'm sure it will be no problem!

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    larryec1974posted 8 years ago

    it would not afect me if the woman had a scar that is not what i am looking at.

  4. mintinfo profile image77
    mintinfoposted 8 years ago

    I have known at least two women with c-section scars that they were very self conscious about at first but the scar had nothing do do with the relationship and the issue quickly disappeared. No one has a perfect body and especially most women who have given un-natural births. If the man loves you he will understand.

  5. lindagoffigan profile image60
    lindagoffiganposted 8 years ago

    If you have to hide a part of you then either you are insecure about who you are or insecure about what the other person may think.

    Have an open conversation about the surgery and let him know that you are self conscious and wait on his response.  His response will let  you know if you are the summation of a scar or of the qualities that make you a whole person.  You should know that you are more than a scar and based on how he reacts, keep him or let him go.

      He may say that the scar does not make a difference but if you have seen him scringe at anything out of the ordinary, that will give you a clue to his sincerity.  Hopes this helps.

 
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