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Posted on Nov 05, 2012 at 08:55 AM

I have been wondering over the past few years, why do people shave their pubic hair off?  I's a question that I have wondered about for the last 3 years.  I've only noticed it recently (3 years) and was wondering why?  Any explanation?


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Posted on Sep 22, 2018 at 07:52 PM

I'm a lifelong nudist and have been shaving full body smooth ever since high school, several decades before it became the in thing to do. In high school I was on the swim team and water polo teams and every swim season for League finals we were all required the morning of finals to shave body smooth all skin outside are Speedo lines, this causes the nerves to be highly sensitive when you hit the water for your first race gives you an amazing sensation and some believe a psychological Edge. What it did for me was create a great sexual Edge. My girlfriend and I were highly sexually active and when I shaved she got super turned on. We both agreed we should shave full body smooth and see what that did and that was absolutely awesome. Of course then she was quite nervous and did everything possible to be sure her mother never saw her nude. Also I am a nude and erotic photo and art model and I believe to being shaved fully smooth shows off all my human forms including my genitals much better in much more detail. And I will say there is nothing better than full body smooth feeling and as for sexual activities there's nothing better particularly for couples that are into a lot of oral activity.


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Posted on Sep 12, 2016 at 09:43 PM

Nothing worse than a pube in the mouth


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Posted on May 31, 2014 at 10:49 AM

Why shave? I don't shave any longer. I had mine permanently removed.  Why, because I like it that way. It looks better in my opinion and it definately feels better. Each to their own, but I like both men and women smooth. I began well before it was in vogue to be smooth.


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Posted on Aug 15, 2013 at 11:13 AM

To feel totaly naked


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Posted on Feb 07, 2013 at 01:23 PM

Oh Hi 

I like to be shaved smooth its heavenly but it does

make me look very very boyish and cherubic mmmmmm  !


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Posted on Feb 03, 2013 at 04:59 AM

thats becuse its more aerodynamic !!


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Posted on Feb 03, 2013 at 04:54 AM

Having spent a few weeks last summer at a several resorts and beaches,i would say that 90 percent of naturists have no pubic hair,

young and old alike things of changed since the sevetys when no one shaved,when myself and my wife started visiting beaches in the seventys it would have be seen as very bold even to trim,

now its the norm to be smooth,and its the total reverse most people including myself would not be seen on a beach with a bush,

evolution or global warming may have played its part in this,we may in the furture have no body

what so ever as we evolve and the plant it warms,now thiers a thought. 


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Posted on Jan 15, 2013 at 10:23 AM

I have shaved since jr.high school. i usually keep it trimmed, but during the summer months i shave it bare, it feels good either trimmed or bare and it is easy to keep clean, if i let it grow out it can get snarly and it looks not attractive when nude, so its better for appearance as well as hygene,

  i find that a woman that keeps her pubic region trimmed is just as sexy as a woman that shaves it bare.

and one last thing-sometimes when it grows back it dosen't grow in uniform so it looks patchy, but to each there own..


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Posted on Dec 28, 2012 at 03:55 PM

Personally i feel its just personal choice and part of grooming for most people, most people visit a hairdressers or barbers shop to have their hair cut or beard trimmed and feel much cleaner smarter for it!!! I guess a lot more people feel the same after trimming or shaving the pubic region, We have noticed (esp the wife) it seems that more often naturist seem to be going for the smooth look more than maybe 10yrs ago! As they say dont knock it until you try it!!! I can only speak from our own experience that we have no preferences to the smooth or natural look, But as practicing naturism ourselves we prefer to just trim our pubic region as the wife tried it once and did'nt really like it!!!  And i must admit i think she looks better trimmed below than smooth. For me myself i prefer to shave the undercarriage area and just trim the upper area, So there you have it folks smooth or natural, trimmed or vajazzled you decide........ But dont knock it until you try it!!!  and most of all have fun!!!  

 

 


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Posted on Dec 13, 2012 at 10:00 AM

I understand that the blood carries th4e HIV virus but all bodily fluids carry as well, semen, spit, etc.


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Posted on Dec 04, 2012 at 12:34 AM

About condoms, I totally agree with you Bareat, but Evolution 123, if you think the HIV virus gets trapped under the uncircumcised male foreskin, you really should ckeck out more facts, albeit that I could be wrong and you right on this technicality (as opposed to major causation).

 

Being a Dr of engineering, not medicine, my knowledge is limited, but I always undestood that HIV was mainly transmitted by blood/blood contact. This explains why so many gay men have tragically died, because vigorous and bloody anal sex seems inherent to that sexual orientation, for reasons I cannot understand.

 

How circumcision can lessen the risk of blood/blood contact is a complete mystery to me.  As regards tackling AIDS in Africa, I do beleive that condoms have a role to play despite Bareat's intuitively right 20% failure figure in terms of splitting or detatchment.

 

However, the 20% figure may be all about failing to prevent pregnancy, not failure to prevent the blood/blood contact, the pre-requisite for HIV infection.  My approach to tacling AIDS in Africa (and everywhere else too) would be:

 

1. Sex Acts: Give up on anal sex altogether. Its become too dangerous, and there are so many other pleasurable things for heteros, but maybe less so for gay men who are tragically at risk. Using anal sex to protect "virginity" is also highly dangerous for many muslims.

 

2. Promiscuity: Accept the possibility of having fewer sexual partners. How many different ones does anybody really need? As with anything else in life, go with who you are reasonably sure you can trust.

 

3. Prostitution: Request to see recent certification of HIV free status. Otherwise you could be taking a massive risk, and could lose everything you love in life for the sake of one stupid night of passion.

 

4. Religion: Ignore/resist any sort of influence from religious organisations, particularly the Catholic (anti-condom) church, but also muslim/jewish circumcision fetishists. No world religion will ever lessen the scourge of AIDS. They can only make it far worse, particularly in Africa.

 

5. HIV Positive: Having heard the bad news about themselves, what sort of person then goes on the knowingly infect others? Maybe Africa has too many people like that.

 

From all that I have studied, and many people prefer not to comment, but I see clearly that AIDS is particularly associated with the more physically extreme levels of sexual activity, most likely to risk blood/blood contact. So maybe the real answer to start by getting "at risk" men to regular checkups.

 

More contraversonally, It can be argued that people should be always held to account for the outcomes of their own decisions and actions, freely entered into.  If men in Africa, or anywhere else, thought that circumcision would make high risk sex all OK, it would indeed be tragic.

 

PS: This could be my last comment on any blog.  Now that Gent58 (a total banker?) has "foreclosed" on (i.e. blocked) my comments (see his latest), I am finally discouraged from participating anymore.  The biggest discouragement for me is the lack of GOSH (Good Sense of Humour), Nudeineden please note.


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Posted on Dec 02, 2012 at 06:47 AM

Dougie, Your support for distribution of condoms in third world countries, or anywhere else shows your lack of thought in how to contain STIs.   How often do condoms break or slip off? A large body of research in the United States has shown that rates of breakage, caused by fault in the condom itself, are less than 2 condoms out of every 100 condoms. Studies also indicate that condoms slip off the penis in about 1-5% of acts of vaginal intercourse and slip down (but not off) about 3-13% of the time. Various studies have shown that knowledge and familiarity with the use of condoms reduce the likelihood of condom breakage and slippage during sex.  A major factor that can lead to a condom breaking or slipping off during sex is it's size, as this can affect how easy it is to put on and how likely it is to stay on. Different sizes of condoms are available, and it is important to make sure that the condom being used is the correct fit. How many condoms are used each year? According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), an estimated 10.4 billion male condoms were used worldwide in 2005. Of these, around 4.4 billion condoms were used for family planning and 6.0 billion condoms for HIV prevention.  It has been estimated that in 2015, nearly 18 billion condoms will be needed in low- and middle-income countries. The statistics show that in the case of HIV prevention, around 100 million condoms were expected to have failed because of product defect.  Approximately 500 million are likely to slip off during intercourse and as many as 1.3 billion might slip a little. That's almost a 20% risk rate, Dougie.  It doesn't look like condoms are as reliable as you would like them to be, so you will probably get mad at them too.

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Posted on Dec 02, 2012 at 06:18 AM

What a clash of the intellects we have here. In the uncoloured corner, we have that seeker of many sexual partners and a so called evolutionary nudist - evo. In the other corner, the genitally adorned, champion of everyone who agrees with him - Dougie. He does like to ask people not to contradict him.

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Posted on Dec 01, 2012 at 08:09 PM

No not at all.  Females don't trap the HIV virus with a foreskin.  Could you please site the research so that we can all read the information that you quote?


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Posted on Nov 30, 2012 at 03:36 PM

I quote from another web site:

 

"If circumcision is so effective, then why are there six African countries where the circumcised men in those countries are more likely to be HIV+ than the intact men in those countries? Doesn't sound very effective to me.

It's not like HIV strikes people at random. Circumcision can only possibly help men who have unsafe sex with HIV+ partners, so why this bizarre obsession with genital surgery when we know that ABC works better than circumcision ever could? (ABC=Abstinence, Being Faithful, Condoms).

It's not like we've already tried the things that do work. In Malawi for instance, only 57% know that condoms protect against HIV/AIDS, and only 68% know that limiting sexual partners protects against HIV/AIDS. There are people who haven't even heard of condoms. Btw, Malawi is one of the countries where circumcised men are more likely to be HIV+ than intact men (13.2% v 9.5%).

It just seems really misguided to be hailing genital surgery as the way forward. It would help if some of the major aid donors didn't refuse to fund condom education, or programmes that involve talking to sex workers.

Female circumcision seems to protect against HIV too btw, but we wouldn't investigate cutting off women's labia, and then start promoting that."

 

Considering just the last bit Evolution123, are you in favour of femail circumcision for same reason?

 

 

 



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Posted on Nov 30, 2012 at 07:08 AM

Check plosmedicine.org.  Look up South African HIV research.  The incidence was actually 60% less!


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Posted on Nov 30, 2012 at 07:01 AM

Sorry I won't delete..... Science, Health and the truth trumps emotions.


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Posted on Nov 30, 2012 at 03:21 AM

Evolution123 you write the following words:

 

"Does it have anything to do with health reasons?  Pubic lice have no place to live.  Circumcision is also proven to be healthier.  In africa, there is a program aimed at circumsiczing men at it has reduced the AIDS rate by 50%."

 

Do you have issues with pubic lice, I don't and I doubt whether many members of this web site do either (Bareat?).

 

More seriously, you claim (see your words in blue) that a circumcision programme in Africa has reduced aids by 50%.

 

I am 100% certain that you are are totally wrong on this.  Genital mutilation (either sex) is a worldwide scourge, and nowhere more so than Africa where the needless cruelty causes so much suffering and misery. I therefore bitterly resent any false comments that support these vile practices.

 

To avoid further damage, could I respectfully ask you to edit or delete your circumcision claim.  I will then be happy to delete this entire comment from your blog.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Posted on Nov 28, 2012 at 08:32 AM

Does it have anything to do with health reasons?  Pubic lice have no place to live.  Circumcision is also proven to be healthier.  In africa, there is a program aimed at circumsiczing men at it has reduced the AIDS rate by 50%.


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