A younger male user suggested that woman prefer men who have no hair on their chest and I questioned that statement. I posed a question asking women about their preference and it was almost a 50/50 split between wanting to see body hair and wanting a guy with no chest hair. Is this a generational difference? Now I am asking you to declare your preference and your age. Thanks for participating in the survey!
I am under age 25 and I want to see at least some hair on a guy's chest.
I am under age 25 and I do not want to see any hair on a guy's chest.
I am between ages 25 and 40 and I want to see at least some hair on a guy's chest.
I am between ages 25 and 40 and I do not want to see any hair on a guy's chest.
I am over age 40 and I want to see at least some hair on a guy's chest.
I am over age 40 and I do not want to see any hair on a guy's chest.
And you are? I'm a GirlGuys can not vote on this poll
You didn't offer an option for those of us who don't really care either way. Me, personally, I just want a MAN, not a boy. This has little to do with hair and a lot to do with him having SOME shape and definition that provides a comfy place to rest my head upon. Too much hair is another thing that should be declared. If you have hair, MANSCAPING IS A MUST!! We don't want to begin exploring erogenous zones and have to pull out the weed whacked to get there!!! Too much hair ANYWHERE but above your ears and forehead is NO GOOD!! Nice and neat please and we will enjoy exploring your bodies!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
I would rather a man with no hair, or at least NOT TOO much body hair... but that is because I have enough hair myself and I have to think about my future kids not having to worry about extreme facial and body hair. So I am looking for someone with less hair than me. While I wouldn't mind some hair, too much is a bit of a turn off (for me), but as I mentioned it is because of my future specimen. It is actually a conflicting need, because I like men who have nice thick hair on their heads or who have nice beards, I find them sexy and I don't like bald men, however, having this means you have a lot of hair on your body as well... So it is a conflicting want. I actually don't like chest hair, but don't mind it anywhere else: arms, legs, face, head. Once you don't have way too much hair (like the indians or arabs), I am fine. I have enough already hair both of us :-) Or if you groom your hair, it is actually fine.
I am very neutral about it. I have no preference. If he wants to keep his chest hair, he can. If he wants to shave it off, he can. It's his body and he can do whatever he wants with it. If he has soft chest hair, I love to lay my head on his shoulders while we cuddle in bed and rub them. As long as they are not overly excessive, I'm fine with them.
I used to care. I used to HATE body hair. I don't know why, it just freaked me out. I could deal with hairy legs, and that was it. Since being with my boyfriend I've grown to like it, but the one thing I cannot stand is a hairy back. Blurghhhh. Thankfully he doesn't have one but I've said he will be shaved if it grows back there.
I quite like his chest hair - it's quite comforting and it makes me feel like I'm with a man not a boy.
It's simply a preference. With me, I want little to no hair because it just LOOKS better. I wouldn't mind a lot of hair if it LOOKED good, but having the curly chest hair is completely unattractive no matter on which body.
I like when the hair is very straight and flat... I do not mind that. And of course not having any is perfect either.
My preference is to be with a man with minimal chest hair. However, should he have chest hair, I do not want him to shave it because that is much much worse. I do not want a stubble rash on my chest, thanks.
It's a trend. The 70s were a littler different. So ya it's fair to assume younger women are more likely to follow that trend. But then again seems men of all ages jumped onto the no pubic hair train, so who knows