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Civic
08-28-2010, 05:22 PM
Sigh...what message is this sending an 8 year old girl? That she's not fine just the way (insert your diety of choice) made her. And what kind of swimsuit is she wearing that pubic hair would even be an issue?

danceronice
08-28-2010, 05:47 PM
Sigh...what message is this sending an 8 year old girl? That she's not fine just the way (insert your diety of choice) made her. And what kind of swimsuit is she wearing that pubic hair would even be an issue?

Ah, for the good old days when it was just other kids mocking you for not having the trendiest clothes or being a pudge.

I realize that fixation with hair removal dates to ancient times. Thank God the Romans didn't have Cosmo...

Karina1974
08-28-2010, 09:20 PM
I'm just a few months past 40 and I'm here to tell you that it isn't ALL downhill after 40. Only some of it is. ;)


Thanks for that. It's funny, speaking of the women I work with... when Menopause: The Musical was playing in Albany several years ago, my employer got a good deal on tickets because we supply Capital Rep (where the play was running) with steel for their facility. I was the only woman who didn't go to the show because I felt I was too young to relate to it at the time! Afterwards I wish I had gone, because during the finale they invite all the audience members who are post-menopause to come up on stage and be in the final number. My boss was one of the women who got up there - that would have been a trip to watch!

skatemommy
08-28-2010, 09:54 PM
Sigh...what message is this sending an 8 year old girl? That she's not fine just the way (insert your diety of choice) made her. And what kind of swimsuit is she wearing that pubic hair would even be an issue?

A coworker of mine discovered her 11 year old (not sure of which method) removing her pubic hair. The connotation I got from the mom that is was more of a sexual jesture than worried about a bathing suit....:(

Hannahclear
08-28-2010, 10:05 PM
All I'll say is that I'm SO glad that I'm married and have a BOY baby. Add this to the twenty million other reasons why I hope to never have a female child. Boys run in the family too.

How do people take the pain of waxing down there? Doesn't it hurt ALOT?

JerseySlore
08-28-2010, 10:09 PM
I heard you get used to the pain, and some say it's not that bad to begin with. If boys start getting their bits waxed, however, that's a different story:wideeyes:

PrincessLeppard
08-28-2010, 10:51 PM
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How do people take the pain of waxing down there? Doesn't it hurt ALOT?

Not really. It's the growing back part that's, um, itchy. :shuffle:

smileyskate
08-28-2010, 11:09 PM
I don't know if this is a Europe vs. North America thing, but I have never met a man who suggested he would prefer it if I removed my hair. And in most of the European porn I've seen :o :lol:, neither men nor women are shaved or waxed.

Personally, adults with hairless genitals turn me off, perhaps because they remind me of children. They don't seem sexy at all to me. Hair must have a sexual attraction for a lot of people, otherwise we would have evolved without it.

Yes why try to look like a preteen girl? Scary. Keep yourself clean and neat. Also aren't there a lot of nerve endings and such down there that would make the pain totally not worth it?

joeperryfan
08-28-2010, 11:20 PM
Not really. It's the growing back part that's, um, itchy. :shuffle:

Indeed!! I never waxed, but have shaved... I also did laser hair removal on the groins and a bikini line(not the full thing) but it helped with growth problems, hairs are finer, no ingrowns and no itching, definitely a method I'll stick to, and it's not that painful but of course that varies from person to person, it also varies from session to session, it depends on a lot of things.

Answering the thread itself, if a girl is hairy by nature she could need to have her groins waxed in order to use a bikini, how soon that is needed depends on many factors. My impression when I read these threads is that most people answering them aren't that hairy to begin with so it's hard for them to see the need, mediterraneans probably have another insight. I'm not saying eight year olds should wax, certainly not if there's a sexual interest in doing it, but I can see how a young girl feels bad about having too much hair.

oleada
08-29-2010, 01:52 AM
Answering the thread itself, if a girl is hairy by nature she could need to have her groins waxed in order to use a bikini, how soon that is needed depends on many factors. My impression when I read these threads is that most people answering them aren't that hairy to begin with so it's hard for them to see the need, mediterraneans probably have another insight. I'm not saying eight year olds should wax, certainly not if there's a sexual interest in doing it, but I can see how a young girl feels bad about having too much hair.

I'm Hispanic, and I've been that girl. Which is why I posted that if there was a need, that it was perfectly okay. :)

I've done bikini (not Brazilian) waxes, and the pain is really not that bad as people make it seem. I do like it better than shaving, because it lasts longer, and I don't think the regrowth is as itchy as with a razor.

Rhianna
08-29-2010, 04:51 AM
What I hate about the whole pubic hair debate is that (in the United States) there's so much condescension from both sides. Clearly if I don't remove it then I'm just gross BUT if I do remove it I'm only doing it because ~society~ tells me that's what I should do.

Guess what, generally I remove it because I prefer that. It has nothing to do with appearance because let's be honest, are any genitals ever that good looking? Nor does it have anything to do with the preference of a sexual partner. No, it's because I want to. And yet, every once in awhile... I get lazy.

talldrink
08-29-2010, 07:28 PM
As has been raised previously: prior to the last ten years or so, people were NOT generally shaving their pubic hair and that's where the influence of porn enters the equation and how that influences public behavior.

Stormy
08-29-2010, 09:06 PM
All I'll say is that I'm SO glad that I'm married and have a BOY baby. Add this to the twenty million other reasons why I hope to never have a female child. Boys run in the family too.

How do people take the pain of waxing down there? Doesn't it hurt ALOT?

I used to want a girl but now I'm hoping for a boy (when/IF we decide to have a kid). SO much easier, I'm convinced.

And nah, it might sting for a second but it's not nearly as bad as you'd think. The falls you'd take at skating hurt a LOT worse. A good waxer would have you out of there in mere minutes with a regular bikini wax, maybe 10 for a full Brazillian. So it's not like you're in there for hours. People here think that it's like being put through torture and it's just not like that at all. I'd even go as far to say unless you've actually tried it, don't knock it (that's not directed at you, Hannaclear!). To me, it's got nothing to do with looking like a child. It's my preference on how to look.

mag
08-29-2010, 11:18 PM
As has been raised previously: prior to the last ten years or so, people were NOT generally shaving their pubic hair and that's where the influence of porn enters the equation and how that influences public behavior.

Ah, no. I'm in Canada but I'm sure we're not that different and I can assure you people have been waxing and or shaving for at least the last 50 years. I'm sure Las Vegas show girls have been doing it longer than that, not to mention all those swim suit competitions in beauty pageants. I remember reading an article about Marilyn Monroe. She didn't want to wear underwear under a particular dress (panty lines!) so she actually bleached her pubic hair so it wouldn't show through the dress!

Norlite
08-30-2010, 12:19 AM
Ah, no. I'm in Canada but I'm sure we're not that different and I can assure you people have been waxing and or shaving for at least the last 50 years.



I concur. I never ever let anything peek out from my bathing suit leg, well, since 16-17 years old anyway.

Peeking pube free since the mid 70's.