Men think that hair on a woman's legs makes them very unfeminine. It is weird for them to touch your legs and have them feeling like their own. Personally, I do not think this is fair. Why do we have to be all cleaned up for them and they can get away with being all scruffy and stuff? But yeah, the main point is that it is very unfeminine like and just a bit creepy since society has taught people that women are the clean ones. Not shaving is just too weird of a concept for men to grasp.
Nothing wrong with a lady or girl with hairy legs, as long as they are not too hairy, ie. as hairy as a man I do not mind, usually if a woman feels her legs are getting as hairy as a man, she will use a shaver about once a week, and nobody will know.
by Hot chick S8 years ago
are hairy men that ugly ?or is it the media that has brainwashed their minds?
by David Zephaniah3 years ago
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by Sundeep Kataria4 years ago
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by Aman Thakur4 years ago
Do women like hairy or bare chest in men?I know this seems little funny but sometimes I really wonder that what attracts women more a bared chest man or a chest full of hairs?
by ngureco5 months ago
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by Stacie L5 years ago
I don't think they are afraid..just not attracted to it.According to the writer of this article, men think women with short hair look like dudes..."But why don't straight men like short hair? According to one study...
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