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A discussion about hair removal.


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  1. Regrowth cycles for genital electrolysis

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  2. Aurora's hair removal

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  3. Electrolysis while erect

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  4. Where to draw the line for genital electrolysis

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  5. Facial hair after FFS

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  6. two electrolysis questions

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  7. Chronic ingrown hairs

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  8. Scrotum hair

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  9. Glee waxing strips

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  10. Epilating, IPL

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  11. Epilating, IPL

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  12. Looking like a yeti

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  13. Shaving Legs? 1 2

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  14. Anyone tried Hena IPL Hair Remover?

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  15. Body hair thinning/balding

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  16. Hair Removal

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  17. Lots of excruciating pain 1 2

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  18. First laser treatment done

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  19. Shaving down there

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  20. Surgery Prep Electrolysis Experiences?

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  21. Shaving products?

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    • Ivy
      The Fathers provided for a way to update the constitution, and it has been used in the past.  They weren't as stupid as some of their supposed modern followers.  As soon as it was passed, they added the "Bill of Rights." 
    • Liz
      @Ashley0616Hii : P I hope it works better out this time. Imho I think taking it very slow and without expectations works best. or like thinking about any outcome and dont expecting a specific one. Maybe you learn more about her and she is just not like you thought. Maybe I am just super slow and picky Idk but everytime I was going fast or let me being rushed it failed miserably.
    • EasyE
      so true, so true ... my female side seems to want come out more and more these days... 
    • nissra M.
      i,m wearing my tommy hillfiger bra that i got on prime day.  and chilling in the backyard. 100 degrees already in Vegas.
    • Birdie
      As an engineer I was invited to a climate change conference decades ago. They had a very nice model posted covering them last 130,000 years showing a gradual warming since the end of the last ice age and a small spike starting about the beginning of the industrial revolution. They were absolutely correct in their data, we are experiencing climate change and things will get grim here shortly (relatively speaking).    The data missing in the presentation were ice core samples dating back about 400,000 years showing a natural cycle that earth has been experiencing for about 4 billion years. The last ice age showed data that almost mimics identical to our present data, and humans were just emerging and still cave dwellers.    Not to say that humans are not effecting climate, even if a coyote pees on a bush in the desert the micro environment changes. We should be respectful to our planet.    But there is NO amount of legislation that will STOP climate change. It's going to happen no matter what. Rather than spending trillions of dollars trying to STOP climate change perhaps we should be trying to figure out how to survive the inevitable.    Many engineers at the conference came onboard with me, but needless to say we were never invited to attend the meetings after than. It just didn't fit the agenda of the presenters.   
    • Carolyn Marie
      Something we can agree on!   Carolyn Marie
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    • MaeBe
      You can look at it this way: the elected officials are more focused on obtaining and staying in power than passing anything. Given that the most recently passed amendment was regarding legislative compensation and that was proposed in 1789 says much about troublesome amending it can be. Very little is written into the Constitution, the "unalienable rights" have been left to exist in statutes and code. Dithering life in a complex modern times to "micromanaging" certain things, such as gas stoves, comes down to the live and let live policy--does the existence of something harm others more than the personal liability one maintains by owning something. One could say they fall into the same category as smoking; it's not just the smoker harming themself. I'm not advocating the elimination of natural gas stoves, I have only read cursorily about it, but one must think past the individual when it comes to laws of the land.   As for what JD Vance stands for, did stand for, now stands for? is a question. I know little about him, other than his stance on marriage. His proposals would allow marriages to endure domestic violence because of the "sanctity" of marriage within a subset of a religion he maintains. He's willing to maritally hot box Americans, to death in some cases, simply because of his religious values. Sure, many share similar values, but not everyone--and definitely not a majority. Also, he's "changed his views" on a Trump presidency because it's politically expedient for him to acquire power. Going from being a "Never Trumper" to signing up to be his VP displays a type of moral bankruptcy I cannot really fathom.
    • KathyLauren
      When he launched that Tesla into space, he should have been the one sitting in the driver's seat.
    • Birdie
      Strange enough my Facebook account was permanently closed due to "inciting hate and violence" when I used to post President Reagan video speeches a lot. 🤔
    • hailey
      I knew that I had a female side of me that likes to come out at at times
    • hailey
      I went through it with my ex wife 10 years ago but with no kids with her.Called my mother and said I could move in with her.My mother hated her and was glad I did divorce her.Plus she was a bully at times making fun of me for my autism
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      I'd  prefer to go back farther than Reagan.  More like Calvin Coolidge. Although interestingly enough, Reagan was somewhat inspired by Coolidge and had a portrait of him hanging in the White House.
    • Birdie
      Today is a far cry from Reagan era Republicans. We believed in smaller government and keeping Uncle Sam out of our back pocket. No micromanaging!

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