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bare or hair?

Posted by on Mar. 19, 2013 at 2:10 AM
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So ladies, do you like your pussy completely hairless, the bush or a bit of hair on it?
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 1 on Mar. 19, 2013 at 2:18 AM
Bare, mostly bc DH enjoys it.
ortizalexa
by on Mar. 19, 2013 at 2:56 AM
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Usually i go Bare cuz hubby goes down n id hate for him to be like ugh I just got a hair in my mouth or something.. but hey everyone has there times wen they dnt feel like shaving lol so I guess sometimes a lil hair
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ortizalexa
by on Mar. 19, 2013 at 2:57 AM
But I dnt let him go down even wen there is a little


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Usually i go Bare cuz hubby goes down n id hate for him to be like ugh I just got a hair in my mouth or something.. but hey everyone has there times wen they dnt feel like shaving lol so I guess sometimes a lil hair

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by Anonymous 2 on Mar. 19, 2013 at 4:35 AM
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Bare. Occasionally a small landing strip. When you go bare so long that little bit of nicely maintained hair can feel pretty sexy.
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by Anonymous 3 on Mar. 19, 2013 at 4:59 AM
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I go bare around my labia but leave a little bit like a landing strip on top..... I was sexually abused by my father when I was 3-5 yrs old, and going completely bare makes me feel like a little girl, thus uncomfortable, and my pubic hair is so fine and straight it looks cute that way......

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by Anonymous 4 on Mar. 19, 2013 at 5:35 AM
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If you’re going to do some lawn maintenance, it’s best you leave some grass on the field. Otherwise, you’re inviting one ugly pest to take up residence. A new study has found that ladies and dudes who remove their pubic hair are more at risk to obtain and spread molluscum contagiosum virus (MCV), a pox virus spread by skin-to-skin contact or infected razors that causes gnarly papules to appear all around your junk. The virus isn’t painful and often goes away on its own, but it sure ain’t pretty. Add the disfiguring bumps to landscaping accidents and nastier STDs like herpes (as well as abscesses and boils!) to the list of hairy side effects of going bare down there. [Source] http://bodyodd.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/03/18/17361392-brazilian-waxes-may-increase-risk-of-viral-infection?lite

lizard11080
by Member on Mar. 19, 2013 at 5:36 AM
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Bare.
skippito
by on Mar. 19, 2013 at 5:38 AM
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Just a bit of hair, but mostly bare ;)
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by Anonymous 4 on Mar. 19, 2013 at 5:39 AM
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Put down that razor. Step away from the wax. That Brazilian might be causing the spread of a sexually transmitted infection, according to a new study.  

A dermatologist in Nice, France, observed more and more patients coming to his office with molluscum contagiosum virus (MCV) outbreaks in their nether regions (molluscum contagiosum, incidentally, sounds more like a “Harry Potter” spell than a virus). About 93 percent of these 30 patients, both male and female, shaved, waxed, or clipped their pubic hair. This made Dr. Francois Desruelles, MD, wonder about the relationship between grooming downstairs and the spread of MCV.  

“Pubic hair removal is a body modification for the sake of fashion, especially in young women and adolescents, but also growing among men,” writes Desruelles in a letter published online in the British Medical Journal. “Anyway, pubic hair removal may be a risk factor for STMC [sexually transmitted MCV] or perhaps other STIs …”MCV, a pox virus, spreads by skin-to-skin contact, from sharing items such as towels or clothes, or sexual contact. It causes pearly papules with dimples in the middle. While MCV looks unsightly, it is not painful and often goes away without treatment. Although a few bumps might be an inconvenience, some people develop hundreds of these papules, which can be embarrassing and disfiguring.

After looking at cases of sexually transmitted MCV, Desruelles believes that people are self-inoculating, meaning they are giving themselves pubic MCV from grooming. A person might shave a papule on her leg, for example, and the virus remains on the blade, which transfers it to her lady parts.

This is a common way to spread bacteria or viruses, explains Dr. Robert T. Brodell, MD, a professor and chief of the division of dermatology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. People often spread warts this way.  

“You cut through a wart … and pull [the HPV] along a line so you end up with warts in a line. You have the original wart and nine more.”

Brodell, who did not participate in the study, believes there are a few other reasons why pubic hair grooming might cause the spread of MCV. People may share razors—so one person with MCV might pass it onto his roommate because they used the same razor (ew, people, get your own razors, especially if you are using it to trim your business). Or tiny abrasions from shaving makes it easier to contract MCV from a paramour.   

“You have sexual contact with someone who has it and it is easier to pick up the virus,” Brodell says. He recommends that people abstain from sex with someone who has an outbreak of MCV. If people suspect they have MCV or warts they should shave around the bumps, not through them, he adds.

 

AO-88
by on Mar. 19, 2013 at 5:55 AM
A small landing strip but I trim it very short. Lips and everything else is bare.
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