my GF is scared..
Posted Wed Feb 14, 2007 02:00 AM
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Posted Wed Feb 14, 2007 03:32 AM
a 5 second search on google gave me this
all i'll say is get her some coochie shave cream from the local sex store.
Posted Wed Feb 14, 2007 06:50 AM
now if we're talking about armpit hairs, then shave it for her.
Posted Wed Feb 14, 2007 07:16 AM
I knew I liked you!
It's not like there is hair on the bit you are kissing so why does it bother you so much?
Posted Wed Feb 14, 2007 08:37 AM
When I was younger I didn't shave. Probably not until college. I didn't even know women did that. When I first learned of it, I was shocked! How could someone put a razor near their vagina? Oh my god what if you cut your clit? Ouch!! Haha. I remember being so scared too.
Posted Wed Feb 14, 2007 09:04 AM
Girls it is like if your husband works construction or something very active (read sweaty) and he comes home dirty and wants a BJ before he takes a shower everyday. Some girls will say "who cares he is my man and I love him", and others will say "I do love you and will pleasure you as long as you think of me, and do this simple thing that I ask of you and shower first".
No men should "tell women what to do with their bodies". And in the same right, everyone in an adult relationship should acknowledge and respect that if we are not willing to do the little things for our SO's (like shave or trim private areas or maintain high standards of personnal hygine), we should not be suprised when they are no longer willing to do little things for us (like oral sex).
And I mean come on... is it not my job to do all that I can to be as physically attractive for my SO? If I truly love her- I think it is
So Paty142 if I were you I would start out with helping her trim with scissors (very slowly and gently to build her confidence), or get one of those little "personnal hair trimmers" for "eyebrows and facial hair". Show her that you physically cannot cut yourself by turning it on and putting it on you fingers and cheek (and even your balls to show how much confidence you have in the thing!). Then help her for a while untill she gets comfortable. Then if she ever shaves with a razor or waxes or anything on her own - GIVE HER THE ORAL OF HER LIFE!!! This will show her that sometimes a little give and take is not a bad thing!
Posted Wed Feb 14, 2007 09:08 AM
I do think women should at least trim. A bush tends to get in the way!
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Posted Fri Feb 16, 2007 12:38 AM
Now that thats cleared up...hit me with the suggestions.
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Posted Sat Feb 17, 2007 12:21 PM
Although I was never comfortable with anyone else shaving me. I don't trust anyone but me, especially in that area, lol.
Posted Sun Feb 18, 2007 05:48 AM
Anyway, I started shaving myself and asked her is she likeed it better or not this way. She admitted she liked it better shaved when doing oral. Eve after her admitting this, I didn't say anything about her hair.
A week or so later, she came out of the shower and showed me this beautiful landing strip with everything shaved from the top of the lips down.
Subtle is the key word here...maybe if she likes the way you feel shaved, it might make her wonder if it is really better and not just a control thing on your part. Women are sensitive that way...kinda like they are thinking you do not like them the way they are and are maybe trying to coerce them into something outside their comfort level.
while I do love shaved, I also like to see a bit of color.
Im going to try this. cheers
Posted Sun Feb 18, 2007 01:13 PM
If she waxes it & its for YOU when she comes home from having it done...Shes going to want to kick your ASS! It happened to me. Don't expect to touch it for at least 24 to 48 hours & dont be surpised its its lalf done like a landing strip or a hitler... because the first time it hurts like hell.
After the sting goes away I prescribe extreme amounts of cunnilingus, to say your sorry & be gentle with it at first.