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janekrahe:

sarahreesbrennan:

geek-ramblings:

When I first got this role I just cried like a baby because I was like, “Wow, next Halloween, I’m gonna open the door and there’s gonna be a little kid dressed as the Falcon.” That’s the thing that always gets me. I feel like everybody deserves that. I feel like there should be a Latino superhero. Scarlett [Johansson] does great representation for all the other girls, but there should be a Wonder Woman movie. I don’t care if they make 20 bucks, if there’s a movie you’re gonna lose money on, make it Wonder Woman. You know what I mean, ’cause little girls deserve that. There’s so many of these little people out here doing awful things for money in the world of being famous. And little girls see that. They should have the opposite spectrum of that to look up to.

Dreamboat, check, awesome human being, check. 

#look at your favorites#now back to mackie#sadly your favorites aren’t mackie#but if they stopped being misogynistic assholes#they could be like mackie#look back at this post#this post is now that piece of furniture you’ve always wanted#and he found it in a dumpster#he doesn’t need a horse because he flies on the sighs of angels

janekrahe:

sarahreesbrennan:

geek-ramblings:

When I first got this role I just cried like a baby because I was like, “Wow, next Halloween, I’m gonna open the door and there’s gonna be a little kid dressed as the Falcon.” That’s the thing that always gets me. I feel like everybody deserves that. I feel like there should be a Latino superhero. Scarlett [Johansson] does great representation for all the other girls, but there should be a Wonder Woman movie. I don’t care if they make 20 bucks, if there’s a movie you’re gonna lose money on, make it Wonder Woman. You know what I mean, ’cause little girls deserve that. There’s so many of these little people out here doing awful things for money in the world of being famous. And little girls see that. They should have the opposite spectrum of that to look up to.

Dreamboat, check, awesome human being, check. 

(via cheesedemon88)

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jescissa:

karla-chans-bjds:

jescissa:

karla-chans-bjds:

chakrabot:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t see the hype about women with no pubes.
I understand trimming it so you don’t have an unmanageable bush, but why would you be turned on by a woman who has a vagina that looks like a pre-pubescent girl… unless you were a gross pedo?
Because, generally speaking, those are the only people who have no pubes.
It feels vaguely pedophilic. I also find it bizarre that this expectation only seems to apply to women. Guys can have a huge ol’ bush down there…
I refuse to do anything but trim, and when I’m into a woman (since I’m bi), her having no pubes is a turn off.

Hi how are you your opinion is pretty garbage and let me tell you why.While biologically speaking pretty much only prepubescent humans lack pubes (though there are different disorders and forms of hair loss that can cause this) the removal of pubic hair is historically noted and it often has nothing to do with being ‘child like’, rather, it is done for sensation.So please shut your mouth. It’s fine to think that a bush is more appealing to you, but if someone likes the way oil, lotion, lube, saliva, vaginal fluids or cum feels sliding against smooth skin, or if they like the way smooth skin feels against satin, silk, etc and so they choose to shave, that does not make them a pedophile and frankly the fact that you class anyone who likes these things as a pedo just shows that you know very little about sex and the variety of ways people enjoy sexual stimulation.Furthermore I haven’t seen a mainstream porno with a dude with a full bush in forever so you’re wrong about that, too, surprise surprise.

I hate arguments like the OPs, because honestly what anyone chooses to do with their own body hair is their own choice. Some women want to remove it, and some want to keep it and either choice is valid. Like honestly I would fight both sides of this because people’s own body hair is really, quite frankly their own business. 
Also I am just going to disturb people here: Period blood clumps/clots matted in pubic hair…
But noo, women ‘only’ remove it for ‘pedophilic wish fulfilment’ they couldn’t possibly have their own reasons for doing so. Women only ever do things for men… Yeah, that 100% their reason behind it… Sure… okay…

It’s the social pressure to remove it that bothers me. The growing idea that if you don’t shave off all the hair on your body (apart from your head, because your hair there must long to be beautiful) you are dirty and unfeminine.
Do what you like to your body and have your own preferences when looking for sexual partners, that is more than fair, but girls are being socialised to get rid of every scrap of hair, even before being sexually active and having a sexual preference about the sensation, and boys learn from porn that some men shave & some men don’t but all women in mainstream porn are hairless so when they see a woman who isn’t it is perceived as gross to them which really doesn’t help anyone love their body, man or woman. It’s damaging.
One of the reasons I love Katniss Everdeen is that she openly has body hair and isn’t bothered by it. When her preps remove her body hair it’s in the name of Capitol fashion not Katniss’ will and she misses it when it’s gone. I hope more people realise it isn’t dirty to have body hair, and that choosing to keep or to remove it is a personal one.
There’s also the fact that staying completely clean shaven is a lot of work and investment of time and materials and this expectation is firmly planted on women without the same pressure on men. It’s fine if you’re an adult and have a specific look or feel that you prefer, but if you’re a girl hitting puberty you have enough to deal with without worrying about what people will think of your bush!

I very much agree that social pressures to remove body hair is also wrong. I honestly believe it is all down to personal preference which ever choice and individual makes with their body hair. I very much agree it can be damaging to force these ideals on people. Like I said at first if i saw someone saying that women should remove it, I would argue with those people as well. I am all for personal choice. So yeah the social pressure bothers me too. 
Although the only pressure I have been put under, is from women who say that removal of the hair is pandering to pedophic wish fullfilment. I actually stopped going on another site because I got into an annoying argument over one of my elf characters who had no body hair. Even though I tried to explain that the write up says that both males and females don’t have body hair, and the example given was males and beards. Not only did she claim I was catering to pedophiles, and that I was being creepy, she was claiming that I was adding to the media pressure. 
As much as I don’t think there is anything wrong with keeping body hair, I think it is also perfectly okay to remove it all (or some) if you feel better about it. I think it should be a case of what ever works for that person. The arguments about how women (I would feel the same for a man in the same position to) shouldn’t do it, bother me just as much as the ones saying they should. I am against the choice being removed either way. 

It’s so wrong to say that people are into this because they’re sexually attracted to children, I agree. That completely ignores the fact that the bald areas are attached to a mature human body and that’s something you’d definitely notice!
It purely is the social pressure that bothers me & I think it’s telling that notoriously pro-hair The Joy of Sex has been depilated in more recent republications!
I think there needs to be a balance. I prefer body hair but I wouldn’t kick someone out of bed for not having any! Balance is important- pro-shave people need to not pressure others to follow suit & pro-hair people need to not judge so much.

The reason that the OP bothers me is because it is still trying to remove a choice from the person, I think it should be solely the choice of the individual what is done with their own hair. Which is why I also fully agree with the pro-hair people on the social pressures being a bad thing. I know full well what feels right for one person is not the right thing for another. 
My own preference can sometimes even change, as a whole though I think I would be more leaning towards pro-shave. However this is just for my own body and I would never try and force this on another people. I am all for personal choice. Which is why I get annoyed when either side are judgemental towards the other, because I think the personal choice part is very important.   

jescissa:

karla-chans-bjds:

jescissa:

karla-chans-bjds:

chakrabot:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t see the hype about women with no pubes.

I understand trimming it so you don’t have an unmanageable bush, but why would you be turned on by a woman who has a vagina that looks like a pre-pubescent girl… unless you were a gross pedo?

Because, generally speaking, those are the only people who have no pubes.

It feels vaguely pedophilic. I also find it bizarre that this expectation only seems to apply to women. Guys can have a huge ol’ bush down there…

I refuse to do anything but trim, and when I’m into a woman (since I’m bi), her having no pubes is a turn off.

Hi how are you your opinion is pretty garbage and let me tell you why.

While biologically speaking pretty much only prepubescent humans lack pubes (though there are different disorders and forms of hair loss that can cause this) the removal of pubic hair is historically noted and it often has nothing to do with being ‘child like’, rather, it is done for sensation.

So please shut your mouth. It’s fine to think that a bush is more appealing to you, but if someone likes the way oil, lotion, lube, saliva, vaginal fluids or cum feels sliding against smooth skin, or if they like the way smooth skin feels against satin, silk, etc and so they choose to shave, that does not make them a pedophile and frankly the fact that you class anyone who likes these things as a pedo just shows that you know very little about sex and the variety of ways people enjoy sexual stimulation.

Furthermore I haven’t seen a mainstream porno with a dude with a full bush in forever so you’re wrong about that, too, surprise surprise.

I hate arguments like the OPs, because honestly what anyone chooses to do with their own body hair is their own choice. Some women want to remove it, and some want to keep it and either choice is valid. Like honestly I would fight both sides of this because people’s own body hair is really, quite frankly their own business. 

Also I am just going to disturb people here: Period blood clumps/clots matted in pubic hair…

But noo, women ‘only’ remove it for ‘pedophilic wish fulfilment’ they couldn’t possibly have their own reasons for doing so. Women only ever do things for men… Yeah, that 100% their reason behind it… Sure… okay…

It’s the social pressure to remove it that bothers me. The growing idea that if you don’t shave off all the hair on your body (apart from your head, because your hair there must long to be beautiful) you are dirty and unfeminine.

Do what you like to your body and have your own preferences when looking for sexual partners, that is more than fair, but girls are being socialised to get rid of every scrap of hair, even before being sexually active and having a sexual preference about the sensation, and boys learn from porn that some men shave & some men don’t but all women in mainstream porn are hairless so when they see a woman who isn’t it is perceived as gross to them which really doesn’t help anyone love their body, man or woman. It’s damaging.

One of the reasons I love Katniss Everdeen is that she openly has body hair and isn’t bothered by it. When her preps remove her body hair it’s in the name of Capitol fashion not Katniss’ will and she misses it when it’s gone. I hope more people realise it isn’t dirty to have body hair, and that choosing to keep or to remove it is a personal one.

There’s also the fact that staying completely clean shaven is a lot of work and investment of time and materials and this expectation is firmly planted on women without the same pressure on men. It’s fine if you’re an adult and have a specific look or feel that you prefer, but if you’re a girl hitting puberty you have enough to deal with without worrying about what people will think of your bush!

I very much agree that social pressures to remove body hair is also wrong. I honestly believe it is all down to personal preference which ever choice and individual makes with their body hair. I very much agree it can be damaging to force these ideals on people. Like I said at first if i saw someone saying that women should remove it, I would argue with those people as well. I am all for personal choice. So yeah the social pressure bothers me too. 

Although the only pressure I have been put under, is from women who say that removal of the hair is pandering to pedophic wish fullfilment. I actually stopped going on another site because I got into an annoying argument over one of my elf characters who had no body hair. Even though I tried to explain that the write up says that both males and females don’t have body hair, and the example given was males and beards. Not only did she claim I was catering to pedophiles, and that I was being creepy, she was claiming that I was adding to the media pressure. 

As much as I don’t think there is anything wrong with keeping body hair, I think it is also perfectly okay to remove it all (or some) if you feel better about it. I think it should be a case of what ever works for that person. The arguments about how women (I would feel the same for a man in the same position to) shouldn’t do it, bother me just as much as the ones saying they should. I am against the choice being removed either way. 

It’s so wrong to say that people are into this because they’re sexually attracted to children, I agree. That completely ignores the fact that the bald areas are attached to a mature human body and that’s something you’d definitely notice!

It purely is the social pressure that bothers me & I think it’s telling that notoriously pro-hair The Joy of Sex has been depilated in more recent republications!

I think there needs to be a balance. I prefer body hair but I wouldn’t kick someone out of bed for not having any! Balance is important- pro-shave people need to not pressure others to follow suit & pro-hair people need to not judge so much.

The reason that the OP bothers me is because it is still trying to remove a choice from the person, I think it should be solely the choice of the individual what is done with their own hair. Which is why I also fully agree with the pro-hair people on the social pressures being a bad thing. I know full well what feels right for one person is not the right thing for another. 

My own preference can sometimes even change, as a whole though I think I would be more leaning towards pro-shave. However this is just for my own body and I would never try and force this on another people. I am all for personal choice. Which is why I get annoyed when either side are judgemental towards the other, because I think the personal choice part is very important.   

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kerantli:

karla-chans-bjds:

chakrabot:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t see the hype about women with no pubes.
I understand trimming it so you don’t have an unmanageable bush, but why would you be turned on by a woman who has a vagina that looks like a pre-pubescent girl… unless you were a gross pedo?
Because, generally speaking, those are the only people who have no pubes.
It feels vaguely pedophilic. I also find it bizarre that this expectation only seems to apply to women. Guys can have a huge ol’ bush down there…
I refuse to do anything but trim, and when I’m into a woman (since I’m bi), her having no pubes is a turn off.

Hi how are you your opinion is pretty garbage and let me tell you why.While biologically speaking pretty much only prepubescent humans lack pubes (though there are different disorders and forms of hair loss that can cause this) the removal of pubic hair is historically noted and it often has nothing to do with being ‘child like’, rather, it is done for sensation.So please shut your mouth. It’s fine to think that a bush is more appealing to you, but if someone likes the way oil, lotion, lube, saliva, vaginal fluids or cum feels sliding against smooth skin, or if they like the way smooth skin feels against satin, silk, etc and so they choose to shave, that does not make them a pedophile and frankly the fact that you class anyone who likes these things as a pedo just shows that you know very little about sex and the variety of ways people enjoy sexual stimulation.Furthermore I haven’t seen a mainstream porno with a dude with a full bush in forever so you’re wrong about that, too, surprise surprise.

I hate arguments like the OPs, because honestly what anyone chooses to do with their own body hair is their own choice. Some women want to remove it, and some want to keep it and either choice is valid. Like honestly I would fight both sides of this because people’s own body hair is really, quite frankly their own business. 
Also I am just going to disturb people here: Period blood clumps/clots matted in pubic hair…
But noo, women ‘only’ remove it for ‘pedophilic wish fulfilment’ they couldn’t possibly have their own reasons for doing so. Women only ever do things for men… Yeah, that 100% their reason behind it… Sure… okay…

The clumps/clots are the reason I shave, not because my partner thinks its nice, or I prefer it. Yeah, sometimes I do as my partner if he wants me to shave, but most of the time it’s off my own back. 

I think what someone does with their own body is personal. I think it is even okay for a women to do it to feel seixier, as long as there is no pressure their for her to do it. Yeah, I agree there are sometimes reasons that feel practical to that person. I also think there should be no shame in choosing to keep it. So I can understand why people would be bothered by the pressure to remove it, but trying to remove the choice to remove it if that person wishes to is just as bad IMO. 
I think people need to accept that we can all feel different about our own body hair. The preferences can even vary with the same person, like women who are less likely to shave their legs in the winter. I think it is important that people do what feels right for them with their own bodies. I think people shouldn’t really try and get involved in other people’s choices. 

kerantli:

karla-chans-bjds:

chakrabot:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t see the hype about women with no pubes.

I understand trimming it so you don’t have an unmanageable bush, but why would you be turned on by a woman who has a vagina that looks like a pre-pubescent girl… unless you were a gross pedo?

Because, generally speaking, those are the only people who have no pubes.

It feels vaguely pedophilic. I also find it bizarre that this expectation only seems to apply to women. Guys can have a huge ol’ bush down there…

I refuse to do anything but trim, and when I’m into a woman (since I’m bi), her having no pubes is a turn off.

Hi how are you your opinion is pretty garbage and let me tell you why.

While biologically speaking pretty much only prepubescent humans lack pubes (though there are different disorders and forms of hair loss that can cause this) the removal of pubic hair is historically noted and it often has nothing to do with being ‘child like’, rather, it is done for sensation.

So please shut your mouth. It’s fine to think that a bush is more appealing to you, but if someone likes the way oil, lotion, lube, saliva, vaginal fluids or cum feels sliding against smooth skin, or if they like the way smooth skin feels against satin, silk, etc and so they choose to shave, that does not make them a pedophile and frankly the fact that you class anyone who likes these things as a pedo just shows that you know very little about sex and the variety of ways people enjoy sexual stimulation.

Furthermore I haven’t seen a mainstream porno with a dude with a full bush in forever so you’re wrong about that, too, surprise surprise.

I hate arguments like the OPs, because honestly what anyone chooses to do with their own body hair is their own choice. Some women want to remove it, and some want to keep it and either choice is valid. Like honestly I would fight both sides of this because people’s own body hair is really, quite frankly their own business. 

Also I am just going to disturb people here: Period blood clumps/clots matted in pubic hair…

But noo, women ‘only’ remove it for ‘pedophilic wish fulfilment’ they couldn’t possibly have their own reasons for doing so. Women only ever do things for men… Yeah, that 100% their reason behind it… Sure… okay…

The clumps/clots are the reason I shave, not because my partner thinks its nice, or I prefer it. Yeah, sometimes I do as my partner if he wants me to shave, but most of the time it’s off my own back. 

I think what someone does with their own body is personal. I think it is even okay for a women to do it to feel seixier, as long as there is no pressure their for her to do it. Yeah, I agree there are sometimes reasons that feel practical to that person. I also think there should be no shame in choosing to keep it. So I can understand why people would be bothered by the pressure to remove it, but trying to remove the choice to remove it if that person wishes to is just as bad IMO. 

I think people need to accept that we can all feel different about our own body hair. The preferences can even vary with the same person, like women who are less likely to shave their legs in the winter. I think it is important that people do what feels right for them with their own bodies. I think people shouldn’t really try and get involved in other people’s choices. 

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jescissa:

karla-chans-bjds:

chakrabot:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t see the hype about women with no pubes.
I understand trimming it so you don’t have an unmanageable bush, but why would you be turned on by a woman who has a vagina that looks like a pre-pubescent girl… unless you were a gross pedo?
Because, generally speaking, those are the only people who have no pubes.
It feels vaguely pedophilic. I also find it bizarre that this expectation only seems to apply to women. Guys can have a huge ol’ bush down there…
I refuse to do anything but trim, and when I’m into a woman (since I’m bi), her having no pubes is a turn off.

Hi how are you your opinion is pretty garbage and let me tell you why.While biologically speaking pretty much only prepubescent humans lack pubes (though there are different disorders and forms of hair loss that can cause this) the removal of pubic hair is historically noted and it often has nothing to do with being ‘child like’, rather, it is done for sensation.So please shut your mouth. It’s fine to think that a bush is more appealing to you, but if someone likes the way oil, lotion, lube, saliva, vaginal fluids or cum feels sliding against smooth skin, or if they like the way smooth skin feels against satin, silk, etc and so they choose to shave, that does not make them a pedophile and frankly the fact that you class anyone who likes these things as a pedo just shows that you know very little about sex and the variety of ways people enjoy sexual stimulation.Furthermore I haven’t seen a mainstream porno with a dude with a full bush in forever so you’re wrong about that, too, surprise surprise.

I hate arguments like the OPs, because honestly what anyone chooses to do with their own body hair is their own choice. Some women want to remove it, and some want to keep it and either choice is valid. Like honestly I would fight both sides of this because people’s own body hair is really, quite frankly their own business. 
Also I am just going to disturb people here: Period blood clumps/clots matted in pubic hair…
But noo, women ‘only’ remove it for ‘pedophilic wish fulfilment’ they couldn’t possibly have their own reasons for doing so. Women only ever do things for men… Yeah, that 100% their reason behind it… Sure… okay…

It’s the social pressure to remove it that bothers me. The growing idea that if you don’t shave off all the hair on your body (apart from your head, because your hair there must long to be beautiful) you are dirty and unfeminine.
Do what you like to your body and have your own preferences when looking for sexual partners, that is more than fair, but girls are being socialised to get rid of every scrap of hair, even before being sexually active and having a sexual preference about the sensation, and boys learn from porn that some men shave & some men don’t but all women in mainstream porn are hairless so when they see a woman who isn’t it is perceived as gross to them which really doesn’t help anyone love their body, man or woman. It’s damaging.
One of the reasons I love Katniss Everdeen is that she openly has body hair and isn’t bothered by it. When her preps remove her body hair it’s in the name of Capitol fashion not Katniss’ will and she misses it when it’s gone. I hope more people realise it isn’t dirty to have body hair, and that choosing to keep or to remove it is a personal one.
There’s also the fact that staying completely clean shaven is a lot of work and investment of time and materials and this expectation is firmly planted on women without the same pressure on men. It’s fine if you’re an adult and have a specific look or feel that you prefer, but if you’re a girl hitting puberty you have enough to deal with without worrying about what people will think of your bush!

I very much agree that social pressures to remove body hair is also wrong. I honestly believe it is all down to personal preference which ever choice and individual makes with their body hair. I very much agree it can be damaging to force these ideals on people. Like I said at first if i saw someone saying that women should remove it, I would argue with those people as well. I am all for personal choice. So yeah the social pressure bothers me too. 
Although the only pressure I have been put under, is from women who say that removal of the hair is pandering to pedophic wish fullfilment. I actually stopped going on another site because I got into an annoying argument over one of my elf characters who had no body hair. Even though I tried to explain that the write up says that both males and females don’t have body hair, and the example given was males and beards. Not only did she claim I was catering to pedophiles, and that I was being creepy, she was claiming that I was adding to the media pressure. 
As much as I don’t think there is anything wrong with keeping body hair, I think it is also perfectly okay to remove it all (or some) if you feel better about it. I think it should be a case of what ever works for that person. The arguments about how women (I would feel the same for a man in the same position to) shouldn’t do it, bother me just as much as the ones saying they should. I am against the choice being removed either way. 

jescissa:

karla-chans-bjds:

chakrabot:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t see the hype about women with no pubes.

I understand trimming it so you don’t have an unmanageable bush, but why would you be turned on by a woman who has a vagina that looks like a pre-pubescent girl… unless you were a gross pedo?

Because, generally speaking, those are the only people who have no pubes.

It feels vaguely pedophilic. I also find it bizarre that this expectation only seems to apply to women. Guys can have a huge ol’ bush down there…

I refuse to do anything but trim, and when I’m into a woman (since I’m bi), her having no pubes is a turn off.

Hi how are you your opinion is pretty garbage and let me tell you why.

While biologically speaking pretty much only prepubescent humans lack pubes (though there are different disorders and forms of hair loss that can cause this) the removal of pubic hair is historically noted and it often has nothing to do with being ‘child like’, rather, it is done for sensation.

So please shut your mouth. It’s fine to think that a bush is more appealing to you, but if someone likes the way oil, lotion, lube, saliva, vaginal fluids or cum feels sliding against smooth skin, or if they like the way smooth skin feels against satin, silk, etc and so they choose to shave, that does not make them a pedophile and frankly the fact that you class anyone who likes these things as a pedo just shows that you know very little about sex and the variety of ways people enjoy sexual stimulation.

Furthermore I haven’t seen a mainstream porno with a dude with a full bush in forever so you’re wrong about that, too, surprise surprise.

I hate arguments like the OPs, because honestly what anyone chooses to do with their own body hair is their own choice. Some women want to remove it, and some want to keep it and either choice is valid. Like honestly I would fight both sides of this because people’s own body hair is really, quite frankly their own business. 

Also I am just going to disturb people here: Period blood clumps/clots matted in pubic hair…

But noo, women ‘only’ remove it for ‘pedophilic wish fulfilment’ they couldn’t possibly have their own reasons for doing so. Women only ever do things for men… Yeah, that 100% their reason behind it… Sure… okay…

It’s the social pressure to remove it that bothers me. The growing idea that if you don’t shave off all the hair on your body (apart from your head, because your hair there must long to be beautiful) you are dirty and unfeminine.

Do what you like to your body and have your own preferences when looking for sexual partners, that is more than fair, but girls are being socialised to get rid of every scrap of hair, even before being sexually active and having a sexual preference about the sensation, and boys learn from porn that some men shave & some men don’t but all women in mainstream porn are hairless so when they see a woman who isn’t it is perceived as gross to them which really doesn’t help anyone love their body, man or woman. It’s damaging.

One of the reasons I love Katniss Everdeen is that she openly has body hair and isn’t bothered by it. When her preps remove her body hair it’s in the name of Capitol fashion not Katniss’ will and she misses it when it’s gone. I hope more people realise it isn’t dirty to have body hair, and that choosing to keep or to remove it is a personal one.

There’s also the fact that staying completely clean shaven is a lot of work and investment of time and materials and this expectation is firmly planted on women without the same pressure on men. It’s fine if you’re an adult and have a specific look or feel that you prefer, but if you’re a girl hitting puberty you have enough to deal with without worrying about what people will think of your bush!

I very much agree that social pressures to remove body hair is also wrong. I honestly believe it is all down to personal preference which ever choice and individual makes with their body hair. I very much agree it can be damaging to force these ideals on people. Like I said at first if i saw someone saying that women should remove it, I would argue with those people as well. I am all for personal choice. So yeah the social pressure bothers me too. 

Although the only pressure I have been put under, is from women who say that removal of the hair is pandering to pedophic wish fullfilment. I actually stopped going on another site because I got into an annoying argument over one of my elf characters who had no body hair. Even though I tried to explain that the write up says that both males and females don’t have body hair, and the example given was males and beards. Not only did she claim I was catering to pedophiles, and that I was being creepy, she was claiming that I was adding to the media pressure. 

As much as I don’t think there is anything wrong with keeping body hair, I think it is also perfectly okay to remove it all (or some) if you feel better about it. I think it should be a case of what ever works for that person. The arguments about how women (I would feel the same for a man in the same position to) shouldn’t do it, bother me just as much as the ones saying they should. I am against the choice being removed either way. 

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minxiekitten:

raubbenhood:

Disneyworld needs to make a rollercoaster based off of the ride Yzma and Kronk take to the lair. When the ride starts, Yzma’s voice yells “pull the lever, Kronk!” and the ride starts to move backwards so she yells “wrong lever!” and it shoots you forward.

WHY IS THIS NOT HAPPENING?!

(via ghostofthewriter)

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cheesedemon88:

I have decided to sell all my Soom Supergem, though I like them, I have realized that they are not quite right for me and that I would rather use the money from the sales to get dolls that I want more.

I will link to their sales posts on DoA, but if you are interested and don’t have an account or if you just have any kind of questions, feel free to contact me here or by email mutie_freak_88@hotmail.com

Puss in Boots with cat and human parts and extras 1400$ including shipping http://www.denofangels.com/forums/showthread.php?622067-Soom-Soom-puss-in-boots-human-and-cat-parts-%28Tan%29-1400&highlight=puss+in+boots

Cuprit elf head on human body with extras 850$ including shipping http://www.denofangels.com/forums/showthread.php?622080-Soom-Cuprit-elf-head-human-body-%28Normal%29-800&highlight=cuprit

5Sstar Angelo head on Soom Cuprit body 400$ + shipping http://www.denofangels.com/forums/showthread.php?622092-5Star-Soom-5S-Angelo-SM-Cuprit-hybrid-%28Yellow-normal%29-400&highlight=cuprit

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chakrabot:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t see the hype about women with no pubes.
I understand trimming it so you don’t have an unmanageable bush, but why would you be turned on by a woman who has a vagina that looks like a pre-pubescent girl… unless you were a gross pedo?
Because, generally speaking, those are the only people who have no pubes.
It feels vaguely pedophilic. I also find it bizarre that this expectation only seems to apply to women. Guys can have a huge ol’ bush down there…
I refuse to do anything but trim, and when I’m into a woman (since I’m bi), her having no pubes is a turn off.

Hi how are you your opinion is pretty garbage and let me tell you why.While biologically speaking pretty much only prepubescent humans lack pubes (though there are different disorders and forms of hair loss that can cause this) the removal of pubic hair is historically noted and it often has nothing to do with being ‘child like’, rather, it is done for sensation.So please shut your mouth. It’s fine to think that a bush is more appealing to you, but if someone likes the way oil, lotion, lube, saliva, vaginal fluids or cum feels sliding against smooth skin, or if they like the way smooth skin feels against satin, silk, etc and so they choose to shave, that does not make them a pedophile and frankly the fact that you class anyone who likes these things as a pedo just shows that you know very little about sex and the variety of ways people enjoy sexual stimulation.Furthermore I haven’t seen a mainstream porno with a dude with a full bush in forever so you’re wrong about that, too, surprise surprise.

I hate arguments like the OPs, because honestly what anyone chooses to do with their own body hair is their own choice. Some women want to remove it, and some want to keep it and either choice is valid. Like honestly I would fight both sides of this because people’s own body hair is really, quite frankly their own business. 
Also I am just going to disturb people here: Period blood clumps/clots matted in pubic hair…
But noo, women ‘only’ remove it for ‘pedophilic wish fulfilment’ they couldn’t possibly have their own reasons for doing so. Women only ever do things for men… Yeah, that 100% their reason behind it… Sure… okay…

chakrabot:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t see the hype about women with no pubes.

I understand trimming it so you don’t have an unmanageable bush, but why would you be turned on by a woman who has a vagina that looks like a pre-pubescent girl… unless you were a gross pedo?

Because, generally speaking, those are the only people who have no pubes.

It feels vaguely pedophilic. I also find it bizarre that this expectation only seems to apply to women. Guys can have a huge ol’ bush down there…

I refuse to do anything but trim, and when I’m into a woman (since I’m bi), her having no pubes is a turn off.

Hi how are you your opinion is pretty garbage and let me tell you why.

While biologically speaking pretty much only prepubescent humans lack pubes (though there are different disorders and forms of hair loss that can cause this) the removal of pubic hair is historically noted and it often has nothing to do with being ‘child like’, rather, it is done for sensation.

So please shut your mouth. It’s fine to think that a bush is more appealing to you, but if someone likes the way oil, lotion, lube, saliva, vaginal fluids or cum feels sliding against smooth skin, or if they like the way smooth skin feels against satin, silk, etc and so they choose to shave, that does not make them a pedophile and frankly the fact that you class anyone who likes these things as a pedo just shows that you know very little about sex and the variety of ways people enjoy sexual stimulation.

Furthermore I haven’t seen a mainstream porno with a dude with a full bush in forever so you’re wrong about that, too, surprise surprise.

I hate arguments like the OPs, because honestly what anyone chooses to do with their own body hair is their own choice. Some women want to remove it, and some want to keep it and either choice is valid. Like honestly I would fight both sides of this because people’s own body hair is really, quite frankly their own business. 

Also I am just going to disturb people here: Period blood clumps/clots matted in pubic hair…

But noo, women ‘only’ remove it for ‘pedophilic wish fulfilment’ they couldn’t possibly have their own reasons for doing so. Women only ever do things for men… Yeah, that 100% their reason behind it… Sure… okay…

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