So since starting this blog, I have been blessed with nothing but good comments and well wishes from friends and mostly strangers!
Thank you so much! I don’t think you know what it means to this furball!
But I am surprised by the amount of male attention my blog as received. I chat about a number of topics but the vast majority has always been about hirsutism or in some manner related to my hirsutism.
I have even gotten followers on Twitter who actually like hairy women porn! Not sure how they equated me with that!!!
Some of my followers on this blog appreciate women appreciating themselves more, hirsute or not.
So I am very flattered by the surprising male support! It makes me wish more men were as understanding as the ones that have visited and commented on my blog.
I am beginning to think that women may simply take hirsutism too seriously! Just maybe?!
I mean, don’t get me wrong. It can destroy your self-esteem, especially for the young teenage girl who starts to experience these unwelcoming hormonal changes. It certainly took a toll on my self-esteem for many, many years. I spent a great deal of my teenage years hidden because my hirsutism hurt me and bother me more than any insult anyone else gave me.
I was even told once by a rotten ex that, and I quote “I know for a fact there are men that will not deal with you because of that.”
Needless to say, he was a bum that really turned out to be one of my life’s biggest regrets….not to mention he is the father of my kids….I wont even go there!!!
But I think for the most part, it doesn’t bother REAL men because they know we are not designed to be perfect. And if they have the slightest ounce of smarts, they would know that the women they idolize on TV have quiet a bit of work done to appear so gorgeous.
The “flawless” Kim Kardashian even admitted to numerous laser hair removal treatments!
I think most men prefer an all natural chic as opposed to one that always has to be done up just to go pump gas. I think they appreciate a little messy hair on a girl in t-shirt and panties making him some pancakes!
And they certainly don’t expect you to wake up and go to bed looking like Barbie!
So ladies, I think your hirsutism should be more of a beauty routine and not an obsession to BE beautiful, because you already are gorgeous!
So you have more hair than normal. So you have a condition you truly cannot control and that there is no known cure for hirsutism…let me repeat: THERE IS NO CURE TO HIRSUTISM!
It is simply one of those things in nature that correct itself or that you will have to mechanically remove for long-term results. Period. There are a number of things that make a women feel flawed…ours is hirsutism.
If you love a man enough, you should tell him, and more importantly, if he loves you enough, he will stay and probably not even give a damn.
Considering majority of my exes, some had made little comments about my hirsutism but we always broke up over a reason far beyond hirsutism.
I even had men over the years say they actually like that I am a little hairy, which was awkward/flattering for me. I remember going to a model call and one of the lead designers (actually the designer of Azzure), made the comment: “You got a lot of facial hair…I kinda like that!” So I was cute enough to be hit on but not cute enough to be chosen for the gig!
I think a real man will appreciate his lady being a little flawed. I mean if she is perfect, how boring would that be?! Nothing to look forward to, no surprises! Who wants that?! That’s a top reason for cheating: boredom!
And I have noticed (Sorry American men) that my foreign viewers tend to love hairy women a wee bit more. I never been to Europe but from what my military friends tell me who have spent years in Europe, the laws to the lifestyle, are much more leisurely than here at the U.S. That’s why a French woman can be friggin’ hot with hairy ass pits and pull any man she wants!…Well, maybe not any man, but I am sure she will do pretty damn well!
I think the desire to be hair free is truly not ours but the standards of beauty we see day in and day out. And there is nothing wrong with correcting some things we consider flaws to feel better about ourselves. I mean abnormal hair growth on a woman is not very…well….normal.
Why do you think it’s called abnormal?!
I mean when was the last time you watched a porno with your man and the broads cooch was at its naturally full-grown bush?! There is nothing wrong with wanting to look and more importantly FEEL beautiful.
I think most men appreciate a pretty woman taking care of herself and if it includes her hirsutism, great. But it is not a standard that has to be filled for a real man to love you! So spend more time loving yourself! Flaws and all!
The right one will take notice and will completely fall for you!
Thanks for reading!