ANSWERS: 41
  • Maybe I can shave her on our first date.
  • No but I am married and a gal myself. :)
  • Yeah i think i could, as long as there was no upper-lip issues or an adams apple, i think i can handle it
  • Not personally.
  • No ! I prefer a well groomed woman. Besides, I don't think my wife would approve of me dating other women , hairy or not! ;-)
  • Of course I would! I think it's silly that women DO shave their legs and armpits.
  • Yes. but I'm NASTY.
  • No, unless she waxes instead.
  • women have hair its a fact. why is it we ever even started shaving? now that would be an even better question. i believe its a personal decision and if any guy decided not to date me cause i didn't shave would be fine with me, cause why would i want to be with such a tool anyhow? here's a little history for ya: The HB ad was the first in an onslaught by male marketeers to convince high-society women it was time, in fact, “necessary” for them to deal with not-so-feminine tufts of hair that someone, presumably the opposite sex, ostensibly found to be “objectionable.” An altruistic motive? Hardly. American women represented an untapped market for razors and assorted other toiletries the marketers themselves had yet to fully envision. Yes, American women had more than hair under their arms. They had big dollar signs. In the eyes of consumer marketeers, they were little more than juicy, low-hanging plums just ripe for the picking. By 1915 McCalls was running similar ads directed at middle class women. Bolstered by sheer and sleeveless dresses that were gaining popularity in women’s fashions, the movement toward redefining femininity in America was well under way. Women’s razors and depilatories made their debut in the Sears Roebuck catalog in 1922, the same year the company began offering dresses with sheer sleeves. By this time however, the underarm battle had been largely won. Advertisers no longer felt compelled to explain the need for their products and could concentrate on distinguishing themselves from their competitors. http://femaleauthority.blogspot.com/2007/03/socialization.html
  • I would braid her armpit hair and call her my little braveheart.
  • I know at least one person personally who doesn't get turned off by that kind of stuff at all. He's married, by the way. He loves his wife with all his heart and would accept her no matter how she looked and no matter what anyone says about her appearance. That man is my dad. My mom is a lucky woman, isn't she? I'm not saying that she doesn't shave her legs or armpits, but I am saying that if she chose not to, my dad would still love her.
  • body hair on a woman... not really a good thing... its just not feminine.
  • Absolutely. If she was cute and sexy body I would just imagine that I was French and buy her a bottle of wine!!!
  • If I liked her and she was clean. You can be clean and be hairy- most guy do it.
  • Sorry... Not for me. :-P
  • I married her. It wasn't an issue, till bigfoot started taking pictures of her.
  • Hell to the NO. If it were Beyonce, I'd think about it...
  • I'm a girl, and that is absolutely gross!
  • I would prefer she didn't, why? Because the amount of hair on her body would be a nice indication of her true feminity. A little hair can actually be extremely sexy.
  • I absolutely would, in fact, I dated a girl for 3 years who didn't shave. Anyway, that's how women are made, and it should be up to them whether they shave or not. There are definitely pros and cons to both sides of the issue.
  • Depends on what you mean date! ;-P
  • Probably not, though I've considered it
  • sure why not. hair is sensual. i dont shave my face. i think we would get along. I would wonder what else she doesnt shave. I think she would be my kind of girl.
  • theres no way i could, if i were to date a chick not only would it bother me that she didnt shave her legs or pits i cant imagine how the downstairs would look i couldnt be physically intimate with that
  • Probably not, this situation would be at the forefront of my thoughts all the time.
  • You know, I love how people like to say, "It's natural for a womans body to not shave". That may be true, but that doesn't change the fact that it's fucking disgusting. It's natural for monkeys to fling poo at each other, does that mean it's a wonderful thing? Does it? No! Just like mounds of hair where it shouldn't be isn't wonderful either.
  • eeeeeeeeeeeew no. I've met a few that don't shave & it's one of the biggest turn offs I've experienced. I couldn't see myself dating someone that didn't shave unless they were asain/naturally not hairy.
  • If I was a man, the answer would be no.
  • Yes I would, hair is not really an issue to me.
  • Sure. Something as petty as that is a pretty poor reason not to date somebody.
  • I will date such girl! In the first meeting i'll convince her about body cleanliness and I hope she won't let me down!
  • thats sick, is there women out there that dont?? gross
  • No thanks to a Hairy Mary
  • I definately would. I'm bi and I do not have a problem with a man or a woman who doesn't shave their armpits. If the bush is huge then I would prefer it to be trimmed down, but to be honest I can find armpit hair kinda sexy on both genders. I do wonder, all the men who say that they are disgusted by a woman's armpit hair, do these men shave their own??
  • Definately not.
  • Considering that I shave both, I would like her to shave both as well.
  • yes i can.. but i ll ask if i can shave it for her
  • I am quite shocked by the answers. Not necessarily because so many people are gung ho about dating a hairy gal, but because they all use the same ridiculous rationalization: it's natural. You know what else is unnatural? Clothes, makeup, hair color, gigantic metal constructs reaching towards the sky, hunks of aluminum-alloy hurling through the air, aluminum alloy. The list goes on. I'm not saying women should cut their hair a certain way, dress a certain way, or anything of the sort; it's all about preference. Society deems something to be attractive, or unattractive, it doesn't mean you have to do it. But at least own up to it: it's your preference to not shave your pits. Likewise it's someones preference to date that woolly vixen, and another's to say "hold up, I'm not going to date hairy gal". Long explanation withstanding: no, I wouldn't date a girl that went au naturale.
  • Most of my adult life I haven't shaved my pits or legs and men have always loved me. There is more to being attractive than fitting into a cookie cutter mold.
  • Usually I tend to be grossed out by that, but I actually dated a girl a couple of years ago who wasn't shaving on a dare.

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