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I was proud of my bob, until a guy I was seeing made a point to bring it up after a sweet, wet, tonguey kiss: “I don’t get it; you’re so feminine, but your hair is short.” I knew what he was getting at, because I’d heard it before.

According to our data, over 80% of men and women on Ok Cupid make an effort to maintain the appearance of their pubic hair.She does note, however, that these studies do not ask men if they would to date a woman with short hair.We may be able to attribute this behavior to evolutionary psychology.“Single men do it for one reason only, and that’s sex,” he concludes. “If an 18-year-old is exposed to porn and thinks that’s what’s sexy, it’s ingrained in him that he needs to look like that if he’s going to have sex,” he says. In London, waxing is primarily linked to the possibility of having sex when going out.“Smooth equals sexy for a lot of people.”Interestingly, De Souza claims that the intersection of women’s pubic hair and their dating lives isn’t as relevant in the U. as it is it London and Singapore, where Strip has studios. Nonetheless, when it comes to dating, it seems that hair (on your head your body) isn’t actually a hard dealbreaker; it’s more of a preference.You can find much more information about your privacy choices in our privacy policy.Even if you choose not to have your activity tracked by third parties for advertising services, you will still see non-personalized ads on our site.There’s also a small segment of male Ok Cupid users who share my former fling’s opinion on short hair — when asked if VERY short hair on a woman is unattractive, 12% of men on Ok Cupid responded “yes.” (3% of women answered “yes” to the same question about women’s hair).While 12% represents a relatively small pool, the sentiment shared by this group aligns with historical, and current, associations. Whitbourne points out, there are existing perceptions about woman with short hair, largely rooted in the woman’s supposed lack of heterosexual interest or appeal. As a woman, even when I was younger, I never even wore make up, and at that time even we women didn't yet feel the need to shave our armpits. Or are you influenced buy all these “perfect” fashion models in magazines?

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