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Beauty is in the eye of the holder dear. Nothing can make you less beautiful. Everyone is beautiful! There is no need to take measures just to please the ignorant!

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I have PCOS, too, but my facial hair is so blonde it's quite hard to notice if you're not literally touching my face. It's lovely that you don't let it affect your relationship; I pluck my hairs, but I have had a boyfriend in the past who still was grossed out by the fact that I grew hair on my face at all.

As for your question... it would have to be something pretty profound for me to not still be attracted to someone I love. I'm not too picky, and I'm pretty forgiving, so I think it would have to be something I couldn't stand for reasons beyond just attraction? Like, if their body odour made me sick -- I've met a few people who came close, I am dreadfully sensitive to certain smells. I might still like them, but that would be quite the hurdle to overcome in a relationship.
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Thats alot of soda in that picture.
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There's not a single physical trait that would turn me away from a person that I'd love. If a person has the personality to deal with how annoying and irritating I am, then I have no reason to be turned away from them. Sadly my sarcastic personality and the fact I don't socialize much means that this probably won't happen
Also because of the above comment I see dat Dr. Pepper OP, and I like your tastes. The drink of gods (and soda lovers)
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Man that's cool, I find those sorta things really fascinating. I have supeerweak hairgrowth ahah.
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Electrolysis is expensive as hell though.

I heard from some dude who apparently claims to know how to do it permanently the cheap way but idklol:


"Took me many years to figure out something that really works and is so easy, cheap and fast. I tried IPL, tumeric, papain powder and probably a dozen other things before I figured this out. Read all and understand before you try this yourself.

Mix 5% citric acid, 10% glycerine and 85% water (can substitute witch hazel or *aloe for water) I used aloe for the skin benefits. *You can get a gallon of aloe at a *mart store for about 7 dollars and its 99% pure. I measured 10 lines and scribed on the side of a 4 oz misting bottle. 10% is equal to 1 line, 5% is half way. Add the citric acid to water in the bottle at a line to get an accurate percentage.

Use the misting bottle (shake well) and spray on and rub in after epilitating or plucking. 2x a day for a week and then once a day until you epilitate again.

Use with caution and adjust accordingly. The citric acid can burn on the sweat spots so use less. Legs and body I use 10% because it doesn t burn me. If you find it s too sticky feeling use less glycerine. This is also a strong deoderant which is a bonus. Even when it burns and you wipe it off with a wet towel it is still a good deoderant. Can still burn for a while though, wash it off and if still wet it will burn bad if reapplied, USE CAUTION!!!!
Try again 12 hours later. This stuff works, so for me the stupid mistakes were worth it.

In about 1 month you will see a huge difference, hairs will be turning colorless and thinner almost like they are getting real old. Keep with this until you are satisfied with the results. Mattering on the area and amount of hairs usually about 3-5 months for finer areas and longer for heavy coarse spots. Believe it or not the results are permanent so be sure this is what you want!

I have no skin in the game just did a ton of research time and a lot of self testing and reverse engineering. Nothing can be patented with the above, just that there is nothing out there that really works except this and someone should put this out there.

Let me know how this works for you, I no longer need to do this for hair inhibitors."
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First of all for the record let me just state you're one helluva guy. When you love someone then something as trivial as facial hair shouldn't matter one bit. I'm reminded of one of my favorite quotes by Marilyn Monroe which goes:

“I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.”

And that's so true. If you love someone then you should love everything about them. You should take the good and the bad and boil it all down to it's purest essence and love that soul with all of your soul. That's not to say they won't do things that bug you here and there. We all have our pet peeves I just think it's really cool that you're so supportive of her and are happy with whatever she chooses. If she has it removed then you're good with that. If not you're also good with that. That is how it should be. Seriously this post has made my day. Sometimes I stop believing in things like true love or actually finding something as elusive as happiness and reading this reminds me that there really is true unselfish love out there so thanks. :)

Oh and btw I had never heard about polycystic ovary syndrome. I'm looking it up as I type and educating myself on it so thanks again.
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RedExodus wrote:

Electrolysis is expensive as hell though.

I heard from some dude who apparently claims to know how to do it permanently the cheap way but idklol:


"Took me many years to figure out something that really works and is so easy, cheap and fast. I tried IPL, tumeric, papain powder and probably a dozen other things before I figured this out. Read all and understand before you try this yourself.

Mix 5% citric acid, 10% glycerine and 85% water (can substitute witch hazel or *aloe for water) I used aloe for the skin benefits. *You can get a gallon of aloe at a *mart store for about 7 dollars and its 99% pure. I measured 10 lines and scribed on the side of a 4 oz misting bottle. 10% is equal to 1 line, 5% is half way. Add the citric acid to water in the bottle at a line to get an accurate percentage.

Use the misting bottle (shake well) and spray on and rub in after epilitating or plucking. 2x a day for a week and then once a day until you epilitate again.

Use with caution and adjust accordingly. The citric acid can burn on the sweat spots so use less. Legs and body I use 10% because it doesn t burn me. If you find it s too sticky feeling use less glycerine. This is also a strong deoderant which is a bonus. Even when it burns and you wipe it off with a wet towel it is still a good deoderant. Can still burn for a while though, wash it off and if still wet it will burn bad if reapplied, USE CAUTION!!!!
Try again 12 hours later. This stuff works, so for me the stupid mistakes were worth it.

In about 1 month you will see a huge difference, hairs will be turning colorless and thinner almost like they are getting real old. Keep with this until you are satisfied with the results. Mattering on the area and amount of hairs usually about 3-5 months for finer areas and longer for heavy coarse spots. Believe it or not the results are permanent so be sure this is what you want!

I have no skin in the game just did a ton of research time and a lot of self testing and reverse engineering. Nothing can be patented with the above, just that there is nothing out there that really works except this and someone should put this out there.

Let me know how this works for you, I no longer need to do this for hair inhibitors."


Or you can just grab a can of hair spray and a lighter. I shaved like that once on a dare and lost my eyebrows but hey it worked. Really, PLEASE DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME!!! I wouldn't do it again, that's for sure.
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I've met people with PCOS before. I don't have it. I am dark haired so any hair I have does show up. I'm not shaving any legs in winter regardless if I notice it or not. That's trouser season, even so it's not compulsory for women to have hairless legs. I'll go swimming as I am. I won't use chemical hair removal because my skin is that sensitive. Wax is out too. When I do shave I'm risking upsetting my skin. I've got beautiful thick eyebrows that suit me just fine. I'll never pluck them off. Sometimes some people can let themselves have a very narrow view of what is considered feminine or not. I personally don't stick to such definitions and I get enough compliments. Laser hair removal is also harder for those with darker skin. None of it is permanent in the true sense. The hair will eventually regrow and the process must be repeated to keep the hair growth at bay. The cost adds up. It's a lot of money to be devoting just for one way of hair removal that will regrow.
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Kerst wrote:

Thats alot of soda in that picture.


Yeah, it was at a party.
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Did somebody say dwarven women?




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I guess people think I'm trolling, so pic to prove it. Hard to tell, but you can maybe see something of the sort, if you look really fucking hard.

My wife was just telling me what a..... wonderful job I did.



I don't even care about the beard thing but that arm.... Its almost as thick as my thigh.
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It's a personal choice. If she does it, then she should do it for herself. Sure, it's not a problem between the two of you but despite what people may tell you, we live in a shallow world where these things matter. I'm not saying it makes someone less of a person but in most cases, it does affect their self-esteem and it's a constant source of insecurity. The fact that laser treatment was brought up means that it is an issue and those risks are something that you guys have to weigh on your own.
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HolyDrumstick wrote:



I guess people think I'm trolling, so pic to prove it. Hard to tell, but you can maybe see something of the sort, if you look really fucking hard.

My wife was just telling me what a..... wonderful job I did.



Was it a party? Lot's of soda in the background. And is that a cake I see there? What was the occasion?
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Was that at a wedding?
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I don't have PCOS but I get a LOT of dark chin hairs and areola hairs I feel like I'm constantly having to pluck. It drives me nuts, and the chin hair makes me anxious sometimes when I notice that there's a bunch I didn't see in the morning when I'm at work and glance in the break room mirror. I have a couple exs that would tease me or berate me for not taking care of it (however they thought it'd be magically taken care of 24/7 but okay) so it made me more aware of it, and as I get older I keep getting more of them. oTL

But as for what I'd deal with as far as a significant other? I feel like there isn't really anything to 'deal with' with the guy I'm dating right now. There's some stuff about him that other people don't like or would feel unattracted to. He has some weight on him (which is fine by me) and he has a polythelia that he's kinda sensitive about. I can't pinpoint those as faults, persay, because everyone is different and everyone has something (or multiple somethings) that they're uncomfortable with about themselves.
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