At 11/8/11 05:34 PM, SexualEmo wrote:
I feel as if eating a lot of animal products and meat at a young age can lead to significant body hair.
I would give myself a 9 on the hairy scale and I eat animal products and meat at almost all meals.
Like Scarface has said, I believe hairiness also comes from genetics as well. My pop's side has Native American roots, perhaps the reason his legs are practically hairless (like those you'd see of men with an Asian heritage, like the Japanese). My mother's father, afaik, was hairy.
So don't go believing what you may have heard in high school about something along the lines of animal meat or fat, "puts hair on your balls" (or clam, if you prefer). Let them at least take some college biology classes first!
My guess is that I inherited my hairiness from my mom's side, but may just as well be getting the going bald gene from my pop's (checking the hair-line all the time).
To answer your question in the only way I can:
I used to be a meat/dairy lover for a long time, but not so much after watching the "ASK" and "Healing Cancer from the Inside Out" videos.
If we're just rating ourselves based on 'nad hair, I'd say that as a man, I'm a 9.5, but as a female, 11.
I personally advocate that you NOT shave. Shaving the nads will just make you look more like a baby, rather than a real woman.
Adult models such as Furry Girl, Hairy Harley, and (sometimes) Honey B, seem to have praise for staying natural and real. They weren't afraid of what other people thought, and kept hair under their arms, their tacos, and sometimes even their legs!
But in the end, it's up to you if you want to get that laser hair surgery done and/or start a plant-based diet. Barren wastelands want to have fun in their lives too..