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Jamie L

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I shave every part of my body, except for two. I’m a gay crossdresser so I do this. The only two places (beside my head) I will never shave is my crotch or my butt. I try to look sexy.

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I shave everything too.  Everything.  Except I’ve since stop shaving in or around the butt crack area.  Omg it gets so itchy.  Now that I am on HRT the body hairs are getting finer but it’s still uncomfortable so I leave that beyond skin level.
mom not sure about sexy but I can walk normal.  Lol 

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Lol, right now the only places I shave are my face and my crack since I'm not presenting as female at all yet. I don't have trouble with itching down there for some reason.

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I exfoliate prior to shaving and moisturize like crazy after and it helps with the ingrowns and the itch. Still have it the next day or two, but nowhere near as bad. My face is the only part I don’t shave, it doesn’t make me dysphoric right now and hides my face from the world. It’s like a security blanket on my face, as I’m still very much not out socially. 

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