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January 1st, 2007, 11:01 AM
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I have completely shaven a few times, completely out of pressure.

It was horrid when it would start to grow back in. Way too itchy. I also heard that people can get ingrown hairs from waxing/shaving, so I don't want to run the risk of getting ingrown hairs all over down there. Also, I have heard that everytime you shave, you make the hair grow back in thicker?

I shave my "bikini line". I trim everywhere else (not shave, but trim with scissors). I don't like the pre-pubescent look. And I don't want to run the risk of having ingrown hairs all over. Thanks, but no thanks.

As far for it being "nasty and unclean"...it isn't as long as you take showers and clean yourself with soap and water.

And if someone doesn't take showers and clean themselves...well then, they're nasty, regardless if they have hair or not!

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To clarify my pp, I didn't say having pubic hair was disgusting. I said that if anything I would first see having "un-groomed" hair down there as unclean before I would say having no hair is unclean. And by un-groomed I don't mean shaved. I rarely completely shave, but I do tidy up. It DOES make me feel cleaner. Especially around my period, I don't like the blood getting all gunked up in it (tmi?). I would NEVER say that someone unshaved is unclean. To ME it feels cleaner being trimmed or shaved. Thats all.[/b]
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hmm, I would think that it would be viewed as nasty the other way around. If someone wasn't groomed "down there", I dunno...THAT would seem a bit disgusting. I guess to me being well groomed equates cleanliness.[/b]
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I was replying to the original post. If I had to chose which was unclean, or more disgusting than I would have to say being ungroomed. I said UNGROOMED, not UNSHAVED. I never said that grooming was shaving. For ME being ungroomed seems unclean.
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January 1st, 2007, 11:37 AM
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I always shave it alllllllllllllllllllll off . I have ever since I was like 13 . I can't stand it , it's itchy and just gross .

If my daughter chooses to do so then that's her choice . If it makes her more comfortable than why not ?

I think it's ridiculous that some people feel that it's "slutty" or "skanky" .
Why is that ? Because porn stars are usually shaved ?
Ya , so is the majority of the population .[/b]
I guess it depends on age & what you mean by shaved...clean or bikini line.
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January 1st, 2007, 11:42 AM
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Well, I am one skanky skankity skank! I am addicted to brazilian waxes, my bajingo is nicknamed
Mr. Bigglesworth (Austin Powers reference, for those who missed it).

I just prefer it that way. I don't see anything wrong with being au natural, you can landscape your garden as little or as much as you want.

I do think it is hilarious that someone would base another's promiscuity on the amount of pubes they prefer!
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Now see - I personally don't like to see it called "well groomed" - as it implies that if you don' ttrim, shave, shape, etc - that in fact ther eis no grooming.

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v. groomed, groom·ing, grooms
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1. To care for the appearance of; to make neat and trim: groomed himself carefully in front of the mirror.
2. To clean and brush (an animal).
3. To remove dirt and parasites from the skin, fur, or feathers of (another animal).
4. To prepare, as for a specific position or purpose: groom an employee for advancement.
5. Sports To prepare (a trail) for skiers, as by packing down new snow or leveling moguls.[/b]
While grooming can me altering in appearance - being well groomed is really more about cleanliness than altering appearance. I personally am a very natural person. I cannot for the life of me understnad the obsession with women & shaving. I like who I am naturally & I feel good & sexy just as nature made me. I do shave at times for specific events as it is culturally sensitive of me to do so - IMO. But left to my own I would never do it & I hate that people think it is equal to hygiene. Hygiene is cleaning ones self - removing hair is removing hair. I have tried shaving clean & it completely grossed me out. It just did, I looked like a little girl. I like my PH - and I don't even mind the rest of it either. To me it is part of maturing & being an adult woman. If others want to do it - more power to them, I really don't care - but I hate that people that feel great naturally are seen as somehow less clean. I can't understand that thinking. I also hate that my nieces shaved clean from the time they grew PH...it soemhow to me seems to be a rejection of yourself & women's natural beauty. How come men don't shave & it's not seen as gross? (and yes I know some men do, Dh tried it for a while & I told him it was icky & I hated it ).
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I have completely shaven a few times, completely out of pressure.

It was horrid when it would start to grow back in. Way too itchy. I also heard that people can get ingrown hairs from waxing/shaving, so I don't want to run the risk of getting ingrown hairs all over down there. Also, I have heard that everytime you shave, you make the hair grow back in thicker?

I shave my "bikini line". I trim everywhere else (not shave, but trim with scissors). I don't like the pre-pubescent look. And I don't want to run the risk of having ingrown hairs all over. Thanks, but no thanks.

As far for it being "nasty and unclean"...it isn't as long as you take showers and clean yourself with soap and water.

And if someone doesn't take showers and clean themselves...well then, they're nasty, regardless if they have hair or not![/b]
To the first part--me too. And I sort of felt that he was a perv after he wanted me to be so much "like a little girl," and our relationship ended soon thereafter... I just couldn't get over him wanting that (particularly because there was a previous accusation of molestation that I didn't believe b/c he was a cop, but I seriously had to think... hmmmmm...

To the second--I couldn't agree more! Too itchy!!

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hmm, I would think that it would be viewed as nasty the other way around. If someone wasn't groomed "down there", I dunno...THAT would seem a bit disgusting. I guess to me being well groomed equates cleanliness.[/b]
You say it's not what you meant... but if you look at the first post,
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On another board a woman said she thought less of someone (meaning skanky, slutty, loose, etc) because she was shaved downstairs. I personally don't understand how the 2 are connected. Maybe that's because I'm from CA where just about all women are either bald or shaved into shape. What are your opinions?[/b]
you say that you would think the opposite of that post was nasty--which would equate being unshaven, since the original post was about being "shaven downstairs."

I guess I'm nasty. I don't "shave downstairs."



It appears that you're saying we (the women who choose NOT to shave downstairs) are dirty... when in fact the hair or lack thereof doesn't make one dirty--otherwise women/men with hair down to their butts would be dirty. Hair is hair. Period. Being clean has nothing to do with one's hair--except for the fact that they may not clean their hair. But even shaven women may not be "clean" down there w/o proper cleansing.


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On another board a woman said she thought less of someone (meaning skanky, slutty, loose, etc) because she was shaved downstairs. I personally don't understand how the 2 are connected. Maybe that's because I'm from CA where just about all women are either bald or shaved into shape. What are your opinions?[/b]
It appears that you're saying we (the women who choose NOT to shave downstairs) are dirty... when in fact the hair or lack thereof doesn't make one dirty--otherwise women/men with hair down to their butts would be dirty. Hair is hair. Period. Being clean has nothing to do with one's hair--except for the fact that they may not clean their hair. But even shaven women may not be "clean" down there w/o proper cleansing.
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I'm sorry if I came across as saying that an unshaven woman was unclean. I have never thought that at all! The whole point of this debate is that I just don't see shaving as a sign of sexual promiscuity. I used the words "well groomed" because I am only familiar with the first 2 definitions:
1. To care for the appearance of; to make neat and trim: groomed himself carefully in front of the mirror. (which pertains to aesthetics, not at all to cleanliness)
2. To clean and brush an animal (which doesn't pertain to humans at all)

I didn't mean for anyone to mistake my meaning. I do not equate being unshaven with being unclean.

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I think it's a personal preference thing. Being bald down there doesn't make you slutty, just as being fully hairy doesn't mean you're dirty, smelly or gross.
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On another board a woman said she thought less of someone (meaning skanky, slutty, loose, etc) because she was shaved downstairs. I personally don't understand how the 2 are connected. Maybe that's because I'm from CA where just about all women are either bald or shaved into shape. What are your opinions?[/b]
It appears that you're saying we (the women who choose NOT to shave downstairs) are dirty... when in fact the hair or lack thereof doesn't make one dirty--otherwise women/men with hair down to their butts would be dirty. Hair is hair. Period. Being clean has nothing to do with one's hair--except for the fact that they may not clean their hair. But even shaven women may not be "clean" down there w/o proper cleansing.
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I'm sorry if I came across as saying that an unshaven woman was unclean. I have never thought that at all! The whole point of this debate is that I just don't see shaving as a sign of sexual promiscuity. I used the words "well groomed" because I am only familiar with the first 2 definitions:
1. To care for the appearance of; to make neat and trim: groomed himself carefully in front of the mirror. (which pertains to aesthetics, not at all to cleanliness)
2. To clean and brush an animal (which doesn't pertain to humans at all)

I didn't mean for anyone to mistake my meaning. I do not equate being unshaven with being unclean.

Edited to fix quote.
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It wasn't your post that came across that way--I was using yours for the reference to the quote just above it. It said, "hmm, I would think that it would be viewed as nasty the other way around. If someone wasn't groomed "down there", I dunno...THAT would seem a bit disgusting. I guess to me being well groomed equates cleanliness" in response to your original post, so I was pointing out that by her saying that, it was equal to her saying that women who don't shave are unclean.

I know you didn't say that.
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On another board a woman said she thought less of someone (meaning skanky, slutty, loose, etc) because she was shaved downstairs. I personally don't understand how the 2 are connected. Maybe that's because I'm from CA where just about all women are either bald or shaved into shape. What are your opinions?[/b]
It appears that you're saying we (the women who choose NOT to shave downstairs) are dirty... when in fact the hair or lack thereof doesn't make one dirty--otherwise women/men with hair down to their butts would be dirty. Hair is hair. Period. Being clean has nothing to do with one's hair--except for the fact that they may not clean their hair. But even shaven women may not be "clean" down there w/o proper cleansing.
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I'm sorry if I came across as saying that an unshaven woman was unclean. I have never thought that at all! The whole point of this debate is that I just don't see shaving as a sign of sexual promiscuity. I used the words "well groomed" because I am only familiar with the first 2 definitions:
1. To care for the appearance of; to make neat and trim: groomed himself carefully in front of the mirror. (which pertains to aesthetics, not at all to cleanliness)
2. To clean and brush an animal (which doesn't pertain to humans at all)

I didn't mean for anyone to mistake my meaning. I do not equate being unshaven with being unclean.

Edited to fix quote.
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It wasn't your post that came across that way--I was using yours for the reference to the quote just above it. It said, "hmm, I would think that it would be viewed as nasty the other way around. If someone wasn't groomed "down there", I dunno...THAT would seem a bit disgusting. I guess to me being well groomed equates cleanliness" in response to your original post, so I was pointing out that by her saying that, it was equal to her saying that women who don't shave are unclean.

I know you didn't say that.
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On another board a woman said she thought less of someone (meaning skanky, slutty, loose, etc) because she was shaved downstairs. I personally don't understand how the 2 are connected. Maybe that's because I'm from CA where just about all women are either bald or shaved into shape. What are your opinions?[/b]
It appears that you're saying we (the women who choose NOT to shave downstairs) are dirty... when in fact the hair or lack thereof doesn't make one dirty--otherwise women/men with hair down to their butts would be dirty. Hair is hair. Period. Being clean has nothing to do with one's hair--except for the fact that they may not clean their hair. But even shaven women may not be "clean" down there w/o proper cleansing.
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I'm sorry if I came across as saying that an unshaven woman was unclean. I have never thought that at all! The whole point of this debate is that I just don't see shaving as a sign of sexual promiscuity. I used the words "well groomed" because I am only familiar with the first 2 definitions:
1. To care for the appearance of; to make neat and trim: groomed himself carefully in front of the mirror. (which pertains to aesthetics, not at all to cleanliness)
2. To clean and brush an animal (which doesn't pertain to humans at all)

I didn't mean for anyone to mistake my meaning. I do not equate being unshaven with being unclean.

Edited to fix quote.
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It wasn't your post that came across that way--I was using yours for the reference to the quote just above it. It said, "hmm, I would think that it would be viewed as nasty the other way around. If someone wasn't groomed "down there", I dunno...THAT would seem a bit disgusting. I guess to me being well groomed equates cleanliness" in response to your original post, so I was pointing out that by her saying that, it was equal to her saying that women who don't shave are unclean.

I know you didn't say that.
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*wipes brow* whew!
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GAH! I'm saying for ME it feels unclean. I would never tell someone that THEY Are dirty for not grooming down there. Being shaven isn't being groomed. I don't always shave, but I do trim. In the original post I skimmed it and responded to the title. The title is "well groomed", to me being un "well groomed" would seem dirty... TO ME. Thats all. I don't feel clean if I'm not tidying up down there.
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I think it's a personal preference thing. Being bald down there doesn't make you slutty, just as being fully hairy doesn't mean you're dirty, smelly or gross.[/b]


I hate having hair down there. It irritates my skin and always has, so I shave. It's a personal preference thing and does not mean you are slutty.
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Since we are on this topic....
Can someone explain how "one" would go about getting a brazillian wax???
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Maybe a spa? A salon? A nail place? Nail places can be questionable though i would want them in that area lol
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This was my first thought too: Just call a spa and make an appt. But I think she may mean the actual process (spread legs, apply wax, rip off) *shudder* I'm too modest, I can't imagine some woman not only seeing it all, but waxing me too.

Eashley, maybe you can clarify your meaning?
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I dont have a problem with the lady seeing that area since she does it all day lol I just would never inflict that pain on myself!! Im a wimp!
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This was my first thought too: Just call a spa and make an appt. But I think she may mean the actual process (spread legs, apply wax, rip off) *shudder* I'm too modest, I can't imagine some woman not only seeing it all, but waxing me too.

Eashley, maybe you can clarify your meaning?
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I guess my question is stuff like -
do you "pre-groom" like trim? My dh has waxed me and it hurt like holy h*ll - is it that bad when a pro does it? Do the waxers "walk you through" the process? Do you get butt naked from the waist down - I guess you would have to. How long does it last?

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I dont have a problem with the lady seeing that area since she does it all day lol I just would never inflict that pain on myself!! Im a wimp![/b]
that is how I feel about the gynecologist - seen one, you have seen them all!
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<div class=\'quotetop\'>QUOTE(AnnD @ Jan 1 2007, 07:55 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div><div class=\'quotemain\'>Someone brought this up; what do you think about young girls shaving down there and removing all of their PH? If it was your daughter, would there be an age where you would say she is too young to do that?[/b][/quote]
Hmm.. never really thought about it.. I guess as long it's for her reasons, and not because she is following someone else's request. I would like her to be proud of her ph and make it her choice based on her pride of it. Now that I think more about it, what a great choice for her to embrace as she is transitioning into womanhood. I hope if I have a boy I instill the same values ~ to respect himself for the same reasons.

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I guess my question is stuff like -
do you "pre-groom" like trim? My dh has waxed me and it hurt like holy h*ll - is it that bad when a pro does it? Do the waxers "walk you through" the process? Do you get butt naked from the waist down - I guess you would have to. How long does it last?

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To the bolded part ~ I thought so!

I just trim.. No more waxing for me please.
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I guess my question is stuff like -
do you "pre-groom" like trim? My dh has waxed me and it hurt like holy h*ll - is it that bad when a pro does it? Do the waxers "walk you through" the process? Do you get butt naked from the waist down - I guess you would have to. How long does it last?

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I have no problem discussing this subject. I have no shame! LOL..

I've been getting brazilian waxes for about 4 years now. In Southern California, there are salons that specialize in this, if you can believe it. The one I used to go to was called "Pink Cheeks." Here in NC, most nicer salons and day spas offer brazilian waxing in addition to all their other services.

I would NEVER attempt to do it myself or have my DH do this, simply because a professional knows how to do it in the least painful manner possible. Yes, you get butt naked from the waist down, and they do remove ALL the hair down there (yes, your butt too). You can ask them to leave a small triangle or strip in front if you prefer it that way. A good waxer will talk you through the process if it's your first time. How long it lasts depends on how fast your hair grows. It needs to be 1/4" long before they can rewax, and for me that's 6-8 weeks. It costs about $60 + tip on average per session.

I love the results from waxing and could never go back to au naturel or shaving. That's just my preference. DH does love how it feels waxed, but ultimately he could care less whether I have hair down there or not.

As for men, I can't stand a man who is waxed down there. I like my men hairy, but nicely trimmed! There were always men in the waiting room at Pink Cheeks, and I just can't stand the thought of a guy who is as smooth as I am!
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I have always heard a brazillian wax is extremely painful - and hte only women I know who have done it went to spas. I don't think a pro can numb your follicles...so it can't be much different. I know when I have waxed eyebrows, etc at home & had it done, it makes very littel difference in pain - although I do prefer those done by someone else, just for ease.....I prefer to leave them be in reality & jsut tweeze the few really out of place hairs that seem to pop up in no-man's land.
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