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    It's strange, I haven't had any issues with shaving yet. This is WITH a razor and shaving cream.

    But I guess, it is because my hair is tameable compared to others. Last I heard, curly hair gets the worst when it comes to shaving. All but down "that" spot tends to grow out straight.

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    I think the idea of men shaving chests is weird. And then it gets all stubbly when it starts to grow back... The only body hair that I really don't like is back hair. I think I could support my SO shaving that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    I think the idea of men shaving chests is weird. And then it gets all stubbly when it starts to grow back... The only body hair that I really don't like is back hair. I think I could support my SO shaving that.
    My husband has a little across his shoulders but it's very light in color and I don't mind it. My brother is very dark and very hairy and he had it waxed then eventually laser removal on his back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    I think the idea of men shaving chests is weird. And then it gets all stubbly when it starts to grow back... The only body hair that I really don't like is back hair. I think I could support my SO shaving that.
    The stubble really isn't that big of a deal. I mean, there's a point-y-ish phase where if you're pressed together and moving (aka pretty much only during sex or wrestling topless) where it could be uncomfortable, but it really isn't any different from a girl's legs being stubbly... slightly ehh, but mostly unnoticeable.

    A few back hairs isn't so bad either... but I knew a guy in the army that definitely wore a sweater 24/7 and literally had hair like puffing out from his collar of his shirt from where the shirt would flatten it to his neck or whatever. Preeetty unattractive. (Though, my own laziness with shaving in general makes me more likely to just deal with hair than not.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    The stubble really isn't that big of a deal. I mean, there's a point-y-ish phase where if you're pressed together and moving (aka pretty much only during sex or wrestling topless) where it could be uncomfortable, but it really isn't any different from a girl's legs being stubbly... slightly ehh, but mostly unnoticeable.

    A few back hairs isn't so bad either... but I knew a guy in the army that definitely wore a sweater 24/7 and literally had hair like puffing out from his collar of his shirt from where the shirt would flatten it to his neck or whatever. Preeetty unattractive. (Though, my own laziness with shaving in general makes me more likely to just deal with hair than not.)
    I don't think the stubble would be uncomfortable, I just don't like the way it looks.

    A few back hairs isn't bad, it's the sweater type status I'm not a fan of. haha
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    I wax my legs and pits. It's great. I hate body hair on myself, so I try to get rid of as much as possible. I shave my happy trail and chest hair too, as well as some other area hehe. I shave when I don't have time to wax obviously, but I've come to prefer waxing because of how it becomes easier to manage over time. I like to be almost completely hairless.

    #1 positive feedback I get from guys is how soft my skin is. I don't want any body hair screwing that up!

    I don't really care how a guy handles his body hair. I like a well-groomed dick though. It gets pretty nasty if they don't even trim it. All of the guys I've been with have had a pretty good balance of hair/no hair (for example, hairy legs but no hairy chest). I gotta say though that I enjoy kissing a guy more if he has a bit of scruff.
    This. Except i shave, not wax.

    Oh yea, and i dont have chest hair. Lol
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    I shave my arm pits. IT's pretty sweet. I love the feeling of no arm pit hair. It reminds of that song free bird. I'm not a huge fan of the song but when my arm pits make that squeaky sound from being bare I'm a dapper man.

    It seriously is a great thing.

    No air conditioning? No problemo but only if there is no arm pit hair and maybe a buzz cut.
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    @GarrotTheThief Be grateful that Nature hath blessed you with a physical manifestation of masculinity.

    Only gays and metros shave their chest and armpit hair. I further refuse to shave the nether regions. The hairiness shall aid stimulation when a female engulfs my genitalia in the caverns of her mouth.

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    Shaving is for squares! I do it like once a month or every other month.

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    Only gays and metros shave their chest and armpit hair.
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    I stopped shaving a few months ago for dry skin reasons. It weirded me out how used to havin shaved legs I am though. I never thought I'd care about hairy legs, but I ended up feeling a little yucky. Going back to shaving once every couple weeks probably. I've never been real meticulous about being clean shaven all the time.
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