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Guys, Would You Dump a Girl you Like Because She has Hirsutism?

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I came across a topic I have not written about in full entirety yet. I have covered dating topics and what not from a hirsute woman’s point of view.

But this is my first time attempting to write about this for a man’s point of view!

Ok, here we go!

For the most part, I would say no, a real man (I stress the word “man”) would not dump his girlfriend if she has excessive hair growth on her body. I think most men would understand that the hair growth is not something you can control.

Again, I stress the word “Man!”

Hell, in creating this blog I have come across plenty of men that don’t mind a hairy woman. I have even made some posts about men and hairy women fetishes!

But seriously, fellas…would it really bother you that your girl had to shave abnormally more than you!?

Would be a complete turn off for you? Would it gross you out? Would you not really give a damn especially knowing that she is trying to manage it?

I have never been a fan of shallow men. They are immature, narrow-minded and they actually have a lot of nerve, considering all the shallow men I know are not all that cute anyway their damn selves!

But I think the average cool dude is not shallow. I think he can look past most flaws on a woman. I think the average nice dude expects his perfect lady to have plenty of imperfections.

But fellas, Imma help you out a little bit ok?!

Now, I am clearly not a dude, but I think I can understand how a decent man may think if his girl’s hirsutism ever became a topic of discussion or curiosity. I been around plenty of men, dating plenty of men, got dumped, cheated, got cheated on, yadda yadda, blah blah, and have picked up on a thing or two about how fellas may think about hirsute women.

So I hope you find these tips helpful. Now these for dudes who really like or love the lady in their lives. If you are still running around judging a girl by her looks or worse, her medical condition, please find the nearest brick wall and throw it at yourself.


  1. Say something slightly insulting but kinda cute like “Babe…you actually got cute sideburns!” This will probably make she huff and puff a little bit, but she will get over it. More importantly, it will help her take notice of it because the biggest part of dealing with hirsutism is its management. As long as she does that, back off, K?!
  2. Understand that she may have an underlying condition. PCOS, Cushings Syndrome, Congential Hyperplasia, hyperthyroidism, hypertrichosis, and in very rare cases, cancer, can all be a contributing factor to her excessive facial hair. Understand it’s beyond her control so don’t be a dickhead about it! Understand it could be a very serious health condition.
  3. Educate yourself a little bit about it, even if it pains you. Get a general idea of hirsutism on your on time. She will appreciate it when she talks to you about it.
  4. Let her approach you about it.
  5. Take #1 into consideration if you want to address it. Start off with a cute compliment and start the discuss like that. Considering you did #3, it will be easier to discuss and she may really love you for caring enough. You may even get some steak, potatoes and a blow job at bedtime!!!! 🙂
  6. Help her pay for some cosmetic procedures like laser hair removal or electrolysis. Go with her to an appointment or two as well.
  7. I AM BEGGING YOU!! Don’t be a God Damn jerk! Understand it is VERY likely she has some self-esteem issues  she is battling and has been doing so for a very long while. Women with hirsutism usually had to deal with it for years so finding someone who can look past it is a dream come true to her. If you cannot be good to her the way she deserve, disappear and go find what your shallow ass really wants.
  8. Shave each other. Might sound a little gross/kinky but you both might enjoy it! I don’t know; just throwing it out there! Do something, especially something sexy, that will not make her think about her hirsutism.
  9. Being involved in your girls hirsutism struggle even in the slightest will mean the world to her, trust me. Continue being the great guy you are to her and she will do the same in return! (If not, get rid of her! Nothing worse than being a bitch with a beard! What kinda fucked up oxymoron is that ladies!?)

So in conclusion I do not feel most men would care about hirsutism, assuming he really loves you. I can look back on my failed relationships and realize the breakup had nothing to do with my health condition.

But I also don’t know what it feels like to have a successful relationship with hirsutism either, so maybe you all could teach me a thing or two… :/

So fellas, if you love your furball chic, tell her so and support and help her manage her condition. She will love you to pieces for it!

Please feel free to comment, fellas! I REALLY look forward to your comments on this one!



Poor Chinese Teenager grows extreme Hirsutism after Bone Marrow Treatment! Why Hirsutism Needs MORE medical research!!!

When I first read about this, my immediately thought was there just has to be more studies done on hirsutism.

Not only was this poor girl’s health threatened, but she may have her very womanhood tarnished!

“Nana” was diagnosed with a deadly form aplastic anemia in 2010 and underwent bone marrow treatments for it after she was told no treatment would kill her.

Nana’s health improved fine, but then something else occurred. She just started growing hair…everywhere!

She developed severe hirsutism all over her body.

To check out Nana’s story, check out this link here.

Her mother details how Nana was once a very active child and great student. Now, she stays locked up in her, reading books alone.

I feel for her so much, I truly felt so sad, I wish she comes across my blog so she knows she is not alone in her struggle.

I am at odds with her reaction to the medication she was given. The article I read did not state what she was taking for her bone marrow treatment. The only thing I can come up with is some type of cortisol she may have been given for the bone marrow. And I am not sure if bone marrow and cortisol have anything to do with each other. I am not going to play doctor because I am not one! I can simply speculate.

Clearly, she was given something that altered her hormones. There are a number of medicines that cause hair growth abnormally, but Nana’s case should be given some attention….as in all cases of extreme hirsutism or hypertrichosis. I wish more people would pay attention to this distressing condition as opposed to poking fun at it.

I really want to cry for Nana. I can remember how recluse I made myself when I was a teenager when my hirsutism was at its prime. I just stayed mad at the work for many, many, many years. I pray she can afford some laser treatments or electrolysis.

I remember keeping an attitude about everything with everyone simply because I was not normal. I knew it. I hated myself so much and really had horrific self-esteem.

I pray she finds a way to manage it or better yet, reverse it.

I wonder if the drugs she was taken had hair growth as a side effect.

Poor Nana…I truly hope you dont allow this to wreck your life as I did mine is many ways….

Thanks for reading!