Hairy Men

The current trend in fashion is to be hairless and do do whatever necessary to remove hair from your body. 
I am proud of my hair! Be proud if your hairy body too.

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alternative lifestyle

Started by Ian Wilson. Last reply by Chad Sep 10. 35 Replies

ok... so a question for the hairy men here....anyone tried life on the "other side"?i'm very hairy, all over, hair in places i didn't think could have hair.  several summers ago, i tried life as a…Continue

Poll: Chose ONE... What is more masculine a hairy body or muscular body?

Started by Chad. Last reply by David R. Jul 15. 19 Replies

Its spring and the first pool party of the season just started.You show up and quickly try to size up the other guys.  You start to compare...  Who is the alpha male: body-builder or Sasquatch?Continue

Hairy arse issues

Started by Chip. Last reply by Ricky Jul 14. 17 Replies

Anyone have 'em?  My biggest is keeping everything clean after sitting a spell at the toilet.When I lived in Turkey, I had a built in bidet in my toilet. Most toilets there have 'em because they…Continue

Beard Envy?

Started by Mongoose. Last reply by Mongoose Apr 4. 4 Replies

I am not sure if I am noticing something new or if it's my imagination... Since I've let my beard grow out, it seems that other beardy guys are sizing me up. I could be wrong, though.Do any of y'all…Continue

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Comment by Mongoose on August 9, 2016 at 10:08am

Oh, thought that was deleted. Anyhow, I think I might have more hair. Not quite sure. Didn't really see my dad w/out a shirt on after I finished puberty. I know he couldn't grow a mustache or beard, whereas I could grow the beard when a Jr. in High School and the mustache shortly thereafter.

Comment by Jack Smith on August 9, 2016 at 9:59am

Are you as hairy as your father?

Comment by Mongoose on August 9, 2016 at 9:23am

Interesting, Jack. When I was a kid, I never did.

Comment by Jack Smith on August 9, 2016 at 9:20am

I an average as far as being hairy. As a boy I alway wanted to be hairy like my father and I did! 

Comment by David R. on July 15, 2016 at 11:50am

I am not super hairy -- I would just call my body medium hairy.  But I'm not getting rid of any of my body hair.  To me, having body hair for a man is similar to having boobs for a woman: It's natural.  I remember in seventh grade being the only guy my age with pubic hair (seen in the showers).  I was proud of it because it made me look more like the high school guys, more "grown up."

Comment by Mark Smith on April 13, 2016 at 11:32am

Hey Mongoose!  I felt the same way about underarm hair except it was mine!  It started growing like at 11 or 12.  The doctor said I was an "early bloomer" but that's really all the hair I got when I was that age (besides pube hair).  I think it was what the doc said that scared me.  Totally smooth chest for years.  Was able to grow a decent beard in my late teens. 

Comment by Mongoose on April 13, 2016 at 11:25am

That's interesting, Mark. I used to dread and fear that I'd have body hair when I was a kid. I think it was due to a friend making fun of my dad's underarm hair. I remember when I first needed to shave my face, I was utterly embarrassed and put off telling me mom that I needed a razor as long as possible. Even then, I covered it up by saying that we needed to get a razor and shaving cream to stock in the bathroom in case guests forget theirs.

Now that I'm older, I kind of like it. Though I do remove the stray hair that might arise on my back. And ears.

Comment by Mark Smith on April 13, 2016 at 9:46am

When I was a teen, I wasn't looking forward to getting hair on my body but as I got older I started feeling good about it.  Now, I wish I was a lot hairier!  I felt bad that I wasn't too hairy thinking I wasn't manly.  But, I'm learning that being a man is much more about the inner quality of masculinity than how much body hair I have.  But I sure wouldn't mind if I got more!!

Comment by JJ on June 1, 2015 at 4:20pm

Thank god! time for guys to be mostly realistic

Comment by Steve on June 1, 2015 at 1:45pm

Well I guess my son's and their buddies haven't gotten the memo.


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