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Shaving down there - for or against?

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rowolf

Onlooker
By the two Goddesses, now can't you see
All we have to do is idly sit indoors
With smooth roses powdered on our cheeks,
Our bodies burning naked through the folds
Of shining Amorgos' silk, and meet the men
With our dear Venus-plats plucked trim and neat.
Their stirring love will rise up furiously,
They'll beg our arms to open. That's our time!
We'll disregard their knocking, beat them off--
And they will soon be rabid for a Peace.
I'm sure of it.


Aristophanes - Lysistrata (411 b.c.)
 

fallenmystic

Governor
As far as what they have down there, by the time you get to see it (in real life as opposed to porn fantasies) you've probably formed an opinion about the person that isn't going to be measurably swayed by the presence or absence of hair...
With some notable exceptions, however, like John Ruskin who allegedly left his wife because of that matter :) :
We’ll probably never know the real reason, but the most fascinating is probably the theory put forth by Mary Lutyens: That Ruskin, being so accustomed to the sleek female forms in classical paintings and sculptures, had no idea that women had pubic hair, and was horrified to find it on Effie’s body.
(From "The Unsettling Legend Behind the Broken Marriage in Effie Gray" on time.com)
 

fallenmystic

Governor
By the two Goddesses, now can't you see
All we have to do is idly sit indoors
With smooth roses powdered on our cheeks,
Our bodies burning naked through the folds
Of shining Amorgos' silk, and meet the men
With our dear Venus-plats plucked trim and neat.
Their stirring love will rise up furiously,
They'll beg our arms to open. That's our time!
We'll disregard their knocking, beat them off--
And they will soon be rabid for a Peace.
I'm sure of it.


Aristophanes - Lysistrata (411 b.c.)
It always amazes me how much ahead of time Aristophanes was, in his sentiments that we often associate with modern era.
 

willowfall

Tribune
How do the ladies present feel about males shaving "down there" (no, I don't mean Australia). Does it matter? If so, what are the pros and cons?
I love shaved guys (and girls). Yes guys it does make you look bigger but honestly the feel of hair on my tongue is a distraction and kind of a turn off. I like working over bare skin with my lips and tongue (and not only "down there").

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willowfall
 

Eulalia

Poet Laureate
Staff member
There's the saying that was around a hundred years ago that kissing a man without a moustache was like eating an egg without salt.
I take the same view of oral activity lower down, she/him - and the men in my life have fortunately been of the same opinion re- my bush.
 
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