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Silly little question for everyone: what do you think abut body hair?


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I have been thinking about it for some time now, and honestly it’s just mere curiosity (as I just think that anyone should do with their body what they want and, of course, everyone has different preferences: I've been with people who prefer nothing and with others who either don't care or prefer the oposite, and as long as it's discussed respectfully and the other end feels comfortable doing whatever their partner prefers, then I see no problem on it).

So I was just wondering… for littles/middles: does having/not having body hair helps when it comes to regressing more easily to your headspace? Does it trigger you somehow? Does it matter?
And for Caregivers/Daddies/Mommies… does it bother you when your little/middle has body hair? Is it better/does it help when they don’t have any? Do you simply not care?

As stated it’s simple curiosity since I personally don’t really care about it and I'd just like to learn about different perspectives; I can’t help but go after my curious itch…

Anyways, I hope you all have a very lovely day! ()

-Nina

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My Daddy and I don't find it impacts our perception or headspace at all. I get waxed every 5 weeks more because I prefer the smooth feeling than for any other reason.
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I prefer my little to be comfortable.  What I like is secondary to her comfort.  I prefer both for different reasons, which my not be NSFW, but ask and I'll post it. 

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This is a really interesting question!

Body hair is something I've felt self-conscious over for a long time (my hair is dark, so it shows easily haha) and I personally find I feel much more Little when I've shaved it (i.e. it makes my skin feel smooth, making me feel physically younger). I get a lot of physical discomfort when I do though, so mostly I don't bother. Thankfully, some of my Littlespace merges into 'goblinspace' where I feel more comfortable with all my body hair in it's natural state, meaning I worry less about how I look and more about what kinds of mischief and mess I can get into XD

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This is a really interesting question!

Body hair is something I've felt self-conscious over for a long time (my hair is dark, so it shows easily haha) and I personally find I feel much more Little when I've shaved it (i.e. it makes my skin feel smooth, making me feel physically younger). I get a lot of physical discomfort when I do though, so mostly I don't bother. Thankfully, some of my Littlespace merges into 'goblinspace' where I feel more comfortable with all my body hair in it's natural state, meaning I worry less about how I look and more about what kinds of mischief and mess I can get into XD

I liked your post BBB.  It made me laugh even as it made perfect sense.

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Ever since I hit puberty I have hated body hair on myself and so I put a lot of effort into not having it. It has nothing to do with my littlespace, it just impacts me in general and I feel extremely uncomfortable in my own skin if I don't keep up with it constantly. I don't treat anyone else this way, just myself.

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As a daddy TBH I have a personal preference for my partner being smooth. But that said on the list of things that are important that’s waaaaaaaaaaaay down there and it’s one of those areas I think where the woman should rock whatever she is comfortable with. Everything has its attractions.
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I was actually thinking about this last night! I have no issue with other people having body hair, as everyone can do whatever they want with their body, but I absolutely hate my own. I try to keep on top of everything, but because I’m naturally pretty dark, it comes back very quickly so it can be hard work, especially because my skin is very sensitive.
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My perspective on body hair is that it actually helps my middle space. When I was younger, I actually wasn’t allowed to shave for a while. So, I associate me having body hair with me being innocent and middle. I can still experience satisfying middle space while shaven, but having body hair adds a little extra something to middle space when I have it. With that being said, I come from a fairly countercultural background. Also, I can see how someone who’s more of a little would feel differently than I do.
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I honestly don't mind either way. I do love shaving Princess' legs during bath time but it's more the act of service I love and it is always on her terms. In terms of being hairy "down there"... if I have a job to do, ain't nothing gonna get in the way of that  :lol:  *coughs up hairball*

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I was able to get a commercial laser hair removal machine. As Baby Doll says, at her age she has hair all the places it does not belong. So I have been removing her hair one treatment at a time. That is a really fun activity for us, apart from it being a bit uncomfortable. I get to inspect all of her skin for where she needs treatment. Of course we love focusing on her private areas. And pretty quickly she has become smooth almost everywhere, which we both like. I'm told that facial hair is the hardest to remove, which is what we are finding.

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If you think hair is natural and shouldn’t be removed for what you deem social pressures, then presumably you believe that all men should have beards and nobody should cut their hair.

What is different between cutting / grooming facial or head hair and body hair? Beards are currently quite fashionable and have been for about 10-15 years. Prior to that, being clean shaven was more normal. Read more about this here. Why is it acceptable (to you) for men to be subject to social pressures?

How about this- leave people alone to do what they want with their hair and follow the fashions and trends that they want without your scolding.

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As a little, I have absolutely no preference either way regarding my partner's body or facial hair, but I feel if they require me to maintain smooth legs for instance, they should be willing to go through the effort too, for them to know what it feels like and how much work it is, ooor they can do the work and shave/trim whatever body hair on me they feel strongly about. 

I'm very neutral about body hair, it doesn't affect my mood or little space in any way. I go through a cycle of being smooth for a while, and then letting it grow and being fuzzy for some time, and then neating things up again when I feel like it. I think I'm more opposed to shaving if someone strongly pressures me to it as I like having freedom over my appearance. 

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…. *waves* Howdy 🤠
 

Funnily enough , most would think because I’m such a monkey child that I would be covered in hair and probably have some weird agenda towards shaving and keeping all my fuzz everywhere. 

Nope ! I prefer being a nekkid monkey.

 

*Does having/not having body hair helps when it comes to regressing more easily to your headspace?

Having no body hair -can- help my headspace. It’s more a hygiene thing for me , if I’m not completely shaven , I feel dirty. If I feel dirty or uncomfortable , my brain pauses any form of regressing. 

*Does it trigger you somehow?

I had really shitty parents growing up , and while my mother was very much a “woman can do anything men can do” type of girl , she always followed up with “but we have to be sexy while doing it or we are worthless to them.” I was raised on A LOT of gender expectations , such as women should be hairless and soft and men should be hairy. Even though I don’t think that way , it’s imbedded into my personal hygiene now. If I look at my cooter and see ANY hair , I just hear my mom going “you’re not in a 70s porn shave that shit down.” Having pubic hair , because of my up bringing makes me feel dirty and unkept. What’s funny is , my mother shoved these ideas down my throat and never even taught me how to shave. I randomly decided to shave one day because she kept making comments about how hairy I was getting , and child me didn’t think to empty the tub after. My mom and step dad asked if I had shaved , and I just said well yeah mom keeps talking about how fuckin hairy I am so now my cooter is all cut up thanks guys. 

*Does it matter?

Not fuckin really ! If I had a partner that told me they wanted me to grow some massive bush out , sucks to suck I guess. I’m all for compromising to make your partner happy (both ways) and experimenting with things. There is just hard limits sometimes even with soft things as simple as shaving. It all just comes down to whatever you’re comfortable with in your own body. 
Dad wanted a mustache a long time ago , I begged him not to do it. He did it anyways , and now I fuckin love his mustache. Lol. Experiment , do what you want , and if someone makes you uncomfortable for your choices then tell them to fuckin kick rocks. 

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I'm a mix. I can't stand hair on my legs because it feels itchy and irritating when fabrics rub up against all the follicles. I do shave my armpits for the same reason. I don't care about that being a symptom of misogyny or if that appears like I shave for guys. It's not to me. All winter long I shave because it feels so nice! 😌

 

My upper lip and eyebrows I wax myself because I was made fun of as a teen for not being able to control the extra hair that grew on my face. Which is stupid and sad but that's something I turned into basic grooming for me. The rest of my body hair I leave alone. I don't care about my arms having hair, a bit on my tummy, nor the pubic hair. I did try shaving my pubes once just to try it. 😫 ONCE 😖 I'll do a bikini line shave to spare anyone's eyes when I'm not wearing pants or have a swimsuit on 🤭 but that's about it.

 

Some hair I'm self-conscious about having like my face, some I can't stand the feeling like on my legs, and then others I don't mind because I don't want to be bothered with it. If a daddy or dom insists on me waxing/shaving all of my body hair I would have issues with this rule over my own body. I'm already sensitive about my self-image and people pleasing. To have someone try to force onto me that my body hair is "disgusting" and I must remove it all for their pleasure is a red flag for my mental health. Body hair is never a topic my doctors or therapists need to discuss with me to improve my physical and mental wellbeing. Why try to fix what's not broken?

 

It's totally fine for daddys, mommys, littles, etc to have their preferences different from mine own. I don't push upon my partner what they should do with their body hair and I don't want them to push theirs onto me. I lean towards liking more hair but there is so much more to a person than what their body grows or does not grow in the end. I have my limits for a reason. I'm sure everyone else does too. No harm in that.

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Body hair doesn't affect me.

Like sure, I do wonder about it if I'm going to public but excatly because it bothers me, I choose not to do anything about it atm. F*ck random dump expectations of society. ( and yeah, I admit that it's way easier for me as being fair and not dark haired )

I find it extremely irritating when people go with "I want/require smooth on my woman", "it is just looking after yourself", "I do it for myself.... I feel so selfconsious if I have hair", "it's dirty" etc. There is no real reason to get rid of your bodyhair except for preference. Nasty reasons to get rid of it are because especially women are brainwashed to think bodyhair makes them somehow ugly ( not blaming the women here, just feeling sorry for all of us who are put through this shaming process ). I really wonder when people get fed up with the idea that women just need to please and look pretty in order to have value.

Also, I have met only one dude who wished their partner to be smooth ( and that person was super young, so I woun't really count it even ). Every other ADULT male has not been that interested in it even the world of online seems to state otherwise. <- I just really want to state this as most of these conversations will give the idea to young girls that they should get rid of body hair as that is "normal" and "acceptable", and will make them "more desirable". No they really don't have to, and internet is not that great source of information as it is often used for shaming or other negative power plays in way or another when it comes to topics on women and their behaviour.

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I don’t care too much about it either way. I shave if I want to, and I don’t if I don’t feel like it. I have no real preference for how partner’s keep their body hair either, though I do like how beards look. I don’t find it impacts my littlespace at all, though I am more of a middle. I also wouldn’t be able to be in a relationship with anyone who dictated how I kept my body hair. In the dating world, I have often come up against that deal breaker when speaking to men. I feel it’s no one’s place to bend someone to their presences (unless that is consented to) and more an individual’s job go find a partner compatible with their preferences. 

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