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In years gone by maybe ...Make-up is part of the way our society constructs gender - girls wear makeup but boys don't. So for a few men, its important that their partner sticks closely to the conventional, which includes long hair, wearing skirts and dresses, and so on. And it should be no surprise that your grandmother, coming from an older generation, places more value on conforming to a single stereotype of femininity. At root, this is just a social convention and, these days, one without much power. And I would expect a good proportion of men would find a naked face attractive, another good proportion to not notice and a minority would find it an issue. Even in my mother's day, where makeup seemed to be a uniform, plenty of men found the make-up mask to be somewhat repellent. There's always going to be a spread of preferences but at this point in time, I'd say you'd find a lot of positive appreciation for your style regardless of it being one of necessity.
A few hundred miles would be fine, depending ;)
Definitely a turn on.
As a man main thing is that you need to be aware that plenty of women feel uncomfortable about their appearance, the mess, the smell and the practicalities of not wrecking the bedclothes or furniture. So you have to be encouraging and positive and passionate. And also the lubrication can be less effective, so don't take forever. But it isn't physically off-putting the way many women (understandably) feel it must be. If I had to guess, I would imagine there are a few men who find it yucky, a few who find it exciting, and the majority who are up for it if their partners are.
I'll just add to the chorus of 'hot'!
They can be lovely - or ugly - but I would grow to love them on my lover because they are part of her. Really it's the same for everything: the things you find cute to start with become adorable and the flaws and imperfections you gradually find precious. Because you love the person as a whole, not as a sum of parts.
I am sorry to hear of how this has made you feel lessened. It does not, from the outside, make you less of a woman. It is sad to think about how you must feel - perhaps it would be helpful to seek some counselling? Good luck & /hugs/
This is a site dedicated to erotic fantasies and not a dating site, so I think it is perfectly legitimate.
I agree with kitty40. Plenty of guys, like myself, have very possessive feelings (even when we know they are silly/destructive) and react badly to any form whatsoever of sexual competition. A dildo could definitely fall into that category, especially one that is modelled on a real cock and even more so if it is visually larger than his own erection. So getting him feeling involved with the choosing and using is a way of seeing the toys as connected with him rather than separate. And you could try opening up the conversation to include other toys, get him to talk about what he likes and dislikes about all kinds of toys before narrowing in, because he might be a bit reluctant to discuss a topic that is a bone of contention. So to speak.
Love bare but any shape that leaves the labia free of hair is delightful.
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