posted on Dec, 16 2015 @ 07:41 AM
a reply to: Profusion
Most women I would say have this anyway. Most western women prefer to deal with it. Most of the darker women I have known do some kind of hair
removal. It is just the way things are. I would not find a full on tash attractive, like Terry Thomas, lol, but I don't mind the downy hair even if
dark. It is actually natural. I have pretty terrible eyesight anyway and probably would not notice.
It is a cultural thing. Men and women between them are making it happen like this. If all women decided that they did not want to deal with armpit
hair, leg hair and facial hair then men would soon adjust be assured. Look at how good women look in denim jeans. There was a time when this would
have been a right turn off to a man to even see a woman in a pair of trousers. Fascinating really.
I guess a good current example, to be frank, is the pubic hair. Most women in the west deal with to some degree or other, but never used to. Will it
be that in the near future men find this as much a turn off as arm pit hair today? Are women doing all this because they want to or because they think
men will like it better? High heels are another issue. Perish the thought that a woman would have to cause herself possible future skeletal problems
just to please me. I don't give a hoot. Especially I don't want any gender to disfigure, suffer anxiety, etc just because of what I may think.
So guys, you are saying if you saw Scarlett Johansson, Angelina Jolie, Penelope Cruz or the woman you live with, are married to or love had not shaved
their armpits or dealt with the facial hair for a few days this would make them no longer attractive to you? If that is so then yes it is incredibly
shallow and superficial. You have been totally socially conditioned. Me, I have smashed my way through all conditioning to make my own unique self and
not be controlling others. I don't want to be some kind of policeman having to patrol tastes that were forced upon me and make me a shallow,
superficial, conditioned and prejudiced person when I can be free of all that.
I'm not out to put any pressure on either gender to conform. I have grown very sensitive to the fact that we are putting up prison bars for ourselves
and others with too much prejudice, too many demands and preferences. People are their own jailors and then try and lock everyone else up in the same
cell they are in.
I keep an open mind and never say never and hope that my opportunities are many as I wish for others, too.
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