"Personally I'm not a fan of shaving Chest hair unless it is excessive. Back hair I can understand, I've got some on my shoulders that drives me crazy.
Now best friend has been known to shave EVERYTHING. But his current girlfriend has…"
"I think it's more of a personal preference and I respect that. I habitually shave my chest and stomach hair as I like the smooth look better. I don't have much torso hair to begin with and what I have grows in an irregular/asymmetrical…"
"I shave my chest and torso out of habit, a holdover from my days as a male stripper. For what it's worth, I use the same razor I use for my face- a straight razor. I let it grow all last year, per my fiancé's request. I hated it.…"
"I've got a very hairy chest and a moderately hairy stomach. None on my back. When I first started growing chest hair at around 16 years old, I shaved it off because I thought it made me look sexier. But by the age of 18 I…"
"Nimoy had his shirt off on more than one episode, and I remember as a kid admiring his fur. I have a hairy chest, and enjoy it. My back has less, thankfully. If I were a "gorilla", I could see that it would be esthetically gross to some,…"
"I am lucky to have a normal distribution of the stuff; however once in awhile I'll see a man at the pool totally hairy all over, back, belly, etc, and dark hair too.
I don't find it attractive, I must admit, because it looks like it would…"
"Yes, I am in Italy. For now, I have noticed a big improvement. I'm trying to improve my food lifestyle. The most difficult thing is the workout, I feel strongly limited but I will try to find the right rhythm"
"Hmm...I would be curious to hear from other parts of the world with socialized medicine such as Canada and England to see if they have the same issues and put the "increased access and utilization" reason to test.
I still stand by my…"
"P2) The answer to this is increased access and utilization of healthcare over time.
P3) See the answer for paragraph 2.
P4) It's the existence of choice - we now have the choice to not just "grin and bear it." Sever and/or chronic…"