just starting out  

curious_cd_4u 32T
3 posts
1/17/2006 4:24 pm

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just starting out


so i am still really new to this. i enjoy dressing up but i look ver manly. i have the long hiar so i dont need a wig, bt i also have a hairy chest and legs. i'm scared to shave anyhting because of what my firends/family will think. one of my friends already knows something is up but i trust her and she will keep it a secret for now. i dont know where to start. i like dressing up but i havent done it lately. i want to dress for someone but i feel that i would make a horrible doll for someone to play with because of all my body hair.

cardfreak46250 47M
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1/26/2006 2:12 pm

well i dont know why shaving would be a problem if you wear clothes that others cant see. if your serious about dressing then body hair is very important to not have


kyplowboy22 63M

2/8/2006 6:26 pm

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rm_jackie40503 71T
1323 posts
3/3/2006 7:28 pm

You need to remember one very important thing hun. What do you want??? Forget everyone else, what would make you happy. If shaving is going to make you happy about yourself then do it. Forget about what others are going to think, you need to put yourself first. You will find that after you've been shaving for a time it really is much more comfortable. Personaly I shave everything from the neck down and have been for over 9 years now. I too at the beginning worried about what others thought, but that made me nervous and unhappy. Once I realized that I liked myself more shaved then not shaved, I quit worring about the others and just went for it. Everyone I know has learned over the years about my shaving, and the hardest question any of them has asked is why. I simply tell them I find it much more comfortable without the hair and let it go at that. Just my 2 cents.

Hugs,
Jackie


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