Wow, thank you dude! That made me feel fuzzy this morning *cyber nuzzles* Same to you. A lot of it all is about positive energy and intent, and just by you making the time and saying these words to me makes you pretty fucktastic in my book (}=
I think I’m different because I like my hair. That is the thing, I am in a place where I do not doubt my physical appearance. Many have criticized my looks on many counts including how hairy I am and the fact that I have no beauty regimen or care to trim and such makes me different, yes. The hair itself does not, many of us are hairy, many are not, but over all it is not what you have but what you do with it.
It is certainly not intrigue, even though it is interesting how hair can be so vastly eclectic. However, hair for me is a way to be free without social inhibitions. I know a lot of individuals can make the case the other way around, but as twenty-something in this day and age, and being openly attracted to other men, I feel like being hairy is what separates me from a lot of the stereotypes I’m measured by. Hair is natural, and even though being smooth is also attractive and interesting, hair gets a bad rep, and to me hair is rugged, sexy, sensual and I love when both men and women are comfortable with it. Who says you have to shave/trim/wax?
Life questions are answered within.