"In a way, I think is kind of a shame that there is so much anxiety over something that probably would have been laughable to my father's generation. While growing up, to my knowledge anyway, I never heard any guy talk about shaving his…"
"I just don't understand some men's almost phobia about body hair. Men have body hair, women have boobs. They go with the gender. I think maybe trimming may be OK, but I'm just not sure about shaving chests and backs."
"Well I must agree to a point. I will not shave my pits or legs thats just not for me at all And never even considered my arms. If one day I start sporting back hair or start growing a sweater I will address it at the time. I am not a hairy guy so I…"
What's your take on men shaving/trimming their backs, chests, legs, and least we forget, the bean bag and pole among other places?Personally, I believe it's hygienic and perfectly natural as excessive hair came about through evolution for a reason 10,000 years ago for factors that not longer exist in most mens' lives. Also, it's better for those intimate moments when a partner doesn't want hair in their mouth.I'm not for shaving EVERYWHERE smooth. It gives men an effeminate look when their arms…See More
"Joshua..I wouldnt have said it as frankly as Michael, but i would SERIOUSLY consider getting a few buddies, in a group, to join up with one of the already existing fraternal societies, if you can find one that doesnt drive you…"
"I would stay away from the fab trend of anything having "bro" in the title. It sounds like candy ass, ambiguously gay suburbanites trying to reaquire some sense of their own masculinity by changing the oil in someones' car once a…"
"Boxer Carlos Monzón with his friend, Nicolino Locche. Monzon was Undisputed World Middleweight Championship for 7 years. Nicolino "The Untouchable" Loche became Light Welterweight World Champion in 1968."
"Actually, the "Bohemians" the club is named for were originally New York newspaper reporters. Pretty much an American construction based on appreciation of French counterculture of the 1840s. (It would appear the French though…"