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It appears one of the latest vanity activities is "anal bleaching". If you don't believe me do a...
google search for these products. My question is, (Why would anyone be worried about the color of their anus?) It makes you wonder, What's next?
Apparently there are a lot of people who have a lot of time and money on their hands.
Porn stars? People who are intending to be excessively loose at the local bars? Maybe someone wanting to wear an extra-skimpy white bikini? Actors who have nude scenes? No idea...I can't even bring myself to spend extra time on makeup and hair styling, if it's not for the health of my body then it's not worth doing to it.
I suppose if you can feel comfortable with your anus, you can feel comfortable with any part of your body
The reason people get their anus bleached is the same reason why some women get plastic surgery to tighten their v*ginas: because they can and they obviously are unaware of better things to do with their money i.e. donate to worthy charities or invest in their child's college fund etc.
The skin or the hair? I have heard of almost everything, but doing the skin would be a new one for me. If it is hair, I thought the thing to do is waxing. (For a hilarious rendition of waxing, rent the Sacha Baron Cohen movie "Brüno".)
If the skin, I guess that would be the next step in going blond. First the hair on the head, then bleaching or removing the nether regions hair, then the skin. Somehow I think that would look rather weird on blacks and latins.
Wychic -- that would be REALLY skimpy.
Wonder how long this Q will last? :-)
Did the Google search - is Randy Mantooth for real?
Oh apparently not - just saw the end of the clip, will tweet it on 1st April!
LadyWriter the Youtube video with Randy is for a "fake product"
He does a good job of keeping a straight face in that mock infomercial though.
Many women and men actually have a brownish or dark discoloration of the skin surrounding the anal area and the vaginal area. This can happen to anyone coming from all different races, but is more prominent among minorities. This is usually a result of hormones, pregnancy, or heredity. Women are very self conscious about this. If you are adventurous in the bedroom and your man has to see you from behind and the area has a brown color surrounding the anus, it does not look too appealing. So for all of you wondering why any women or men would do such a thing, now you know. An example of intimate area bleaching cream can be found at http://www.caspah.com
I couldn't resist bringing this question back from the "dead!" It appeared on another question I was answering and after I stopped laughing at the absurdity of bleaching your anal hair-I thought darn this is still going on. While out one evening I even heard a conversation in regards to it . I cannot ever see bleaching your anal hair to make yourself more attractive. Anyone paying particular attention to your anal area should be suspect. This is taking vanity to a whole new level. Thanks for the question it made my day.
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