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Would you ask your partner to wax or shave for you?

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If your partner had body hair you didn't like would you ask them to wax or shave it off? Lots of men seem to expect women to be hairless. Should they be expected to do the "back, sack and crack" for their partners?

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Each to their own but I think that a man is able to make that decision themselves. I'd dislike a man telling me to look a certain way or change my appearance for them so it goes both ways. That said I find that I'm not overly attracted to really 'hairy' men so I've not personally had to deal with it.
I'm not a fan of the completely waxed look, so I can happily say no to this one, I
wouldn't ask my partner to wax.
It' all good. I'd let my man decide, and on that he barely has any thick body hairs and vice versa.
I wouldn't ask my partner to do it and I wouldn't appreciate them asking me. I think it's important to accept the people you love the way they are (at least as far as physical appearance goes).
What a quirky question, one that has never crossed my mind. Thank God the situation has never arisen. I can't even bear to remove a bandaid for my partner.
I think it would be like asking a woman to loose weight?

It is very personal...and even though I don't like hair on a man....would I even be brave enough to ask?

Then he may ask me to do something and it becomes slightly complicated.

Should they be expected for their partners, no I think not....unless it is greatly excessive, and you feel he may have better quality, when wearing clothes.

I know for some men it can be itchy, and uncomfortable in summer...or wearing certain shirts ect.
In that case one could approach it for that reason, but for our own likes...I think that is rude.
Yes of course
If my partner expected me to be 'hairless', as you say, then I would ask him to wax his hair too, if only to afford him the opportunity to appreciate the time and effort required to conform to the ridiculous body image standards set for us by contemporary culture.
by Vee
Looks painful. I wouldn't say a thing ;)
Yuck! Definitely not!
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