“Holy shit. You’re an animal.”
No, she wasn’t talking about my moves in bed, but my expanse of chest hair.
As a guy who grew up trying to cover up is bear nakedness in locker rooms, this was nothing short of a revelation. She later commented, running her fingers through the forest that is my torso, about how much she loved chest hair.
This wasn’t an isolated incident, either. I’ve gotten other positive reviews, as well as spoken to friends who expressed their love of a bit of chest hair. I’ve even noticed other guys becoming more confident in their hair, or wishing they had more. This, in addition to the recent popularity of the recently-coined “lumbersexual” seems to signify somewhat of a chest hair revival.
This comes after years of Calvin Klein models showing the “ideal” male body as one nearly completely devoid of hair, leading a lot of men to resort to shaving, waxing, or even laser hair removal to fit the image of the “perfect” man.
It’s not hard to see why chest hair is catching on, however. It’s inherently manly, is great for cuddling and as previously stated, channels some animalistic vibes. Not to mention letting it grow saves the hassle (and stubble) of shaving on a regular basis.
So what’s the key to making the most of your chest hair? Like the saying goes, confidence is sexy. And when the trend inevitably shifts back to being smooth-chested, keep doing you with pride.
Because above rippling abs, big arms or good hair, self-confidence is the single sexiest trait a man (or anyone, for that matter) can have. So whether you’re a son of Sasquatch or sleek and smooth, rock what you’ve got and you’ll reap the rewards.
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