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{April 30, 2007}   Body and Image – Woman’s Survey

Inspired by a comment or two in a previous post I’ve decided that it would be a great idea to compare our experiences in an honest, straightforward way. I’m not quite sure what the best way to start a discussion is so I’ve set up a few survey-style questions.

One thing I’ve noticed, especially from personal experience, is that it’s very hard to talk to someone else, a friend or family member for instance, who does have really bad body image/ health issues to do with body image. And it’s pretty clear that all of us will most probably meet at least someone with those issues; we can’t avoid it.

So let’s start talking to each other at least.

Copy and paste the questionnaire to your own blog, fill out what you want to fill out, and link it back here in the comments. If you don’t have a blog just do it straight into a comment.

Please do not refer to just yourself but to your friends and family as well – i.e. the environment you live in, or anything else you want to share. Add or remove questions if you want! Remember this is a loose questionnaire, intended to start an honest discussion not solve the worlds problems.

Name:

Age:

Height:

Weight

Do you consider yourself attractive?

Do others consider you attractive?

What is your biggest insecurity and why?

Have you/Would you consider using plastic surgery? Why or why not?

What is your relationship with make-up?

How much money do you/think is reasonable to spend on your appearance?

What is your experience of dieting?

Have you/ anyone you know tried any specific diet programs i.e. Lighter Life? How did that affect your health? your moods? your relationships?

Do you have any experiences of eating disorders i.e. either yourself or someone you know?

How did other people react to this; what was the fallout?

Have you had negative experiences relating to your appearance and people’s reactions to it?

What about positive reactions to your body?

How has your body image and attitude changed over the years?

What do you love about your body?

What is your opinion on the media portrayal of women’s bodies?

What would you change about the way you/ your friends/ your family/ general people see their bodies?

What makes you feel beautiful?

and just for fun… Do you shave legs/pits/upper lip moustache?

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Merdeen says:

check it out:
http://www.myspace.com/merdeen

Blog: My Body.

It certainly got me thinking.
ciao for now



tcupnewt says:

Thank you very much!



http://www.christinielsen.com/blog/about2getskinny/2007/05/body-and-image-womans-survey.html

Here are my survey answers. Sorry for such a long url. You can just go the home page if you like.

Thanks for this. It was liberating to announce my weight to the world. 😉



Mwezzi says:

Finished! Can I leave the exam early? 😉



tcupnewt says:

Christi- I swear guarding your weight secret is granted even more importance than MI5 documents.

Mwezzi- Shh! No talking and get back in your seat until the time is up and you’ve been told to go, row by row and in silence! (sorry- my A-levels are only a few weeks away…) 😉

I swear I’ll get back to reading and talking back about your answers, and I’ll do my own as well, as soon as I don’t have work coming up.



Merdeen says:

I was wondering where your answers were…. 😉
good luck in your exams



Lesley says:

This is not the sort of thing I’d blog, so I’ll just leave it in comments for you.

Age: 42

Height: 5′ 2.5″

Weight 112

Do you consider yourself attractive? I guess

Do others consider you attractive? I guess; get called cute a lot.

What is your biggest insecurity and why? Financial stuff. I’m not the most patient of planners.

Have you/Would you consider using plastic surgery? Why or why not? I’ve had lasik. Have never considered plastic surgery. Would consider it in the event I needed reconstructive surgery.

What is your relationship with make-up? Don’t wear except on very special occasions, a few times a year.

How much money do you/think is reasonable to spend on your appearance? Never gave it much thought.

What is your experience of dieting? I’ve tried various diets – vegan, zone (which is silly), BFFM, 40/40/20; now I pretty much eat to suit whatever I’m doing/training for.

Have you/ anyone you know tried any specific diet programs i.e. Lighter Life? How did that affect your health? your moods? your relationships? Just as above. Vegan was a PITA after I moved to a vegan unfriendly area. Fortunately I was a fairly unprincipled vegan and let that go.

Do you have any experiences of eating disorders i.e. either yourself or someone you know? Yep. Had ED in college.

How did other people react to this; what was the fallout? Family was in disbelief. Took me years to shake that crap out of my skull but I did.

Have you had negative experiences relating to your appearance and people’s reactions to it? Not really.

What about positive reactions to your body? Sure.

How has your body image and attitude changed over the years? Sure! I think it’s difficult not to be insecure, particularly when you’re younger.

What do you love about your body? That it’s athletic and strong.

What is your opinion on the media portrayal of women’s bodies? Meh. It’s silly. I’d rather see healthy women than models.

What would you change about the way you/ your friends/ your family/ general people see their bodies? Less as things, more as places they inhabit/tools they work with.

What makes you feel beautiful? Really? LOL Being absolutely sweat soaked and exhausted after intense physical effort, I feel most like myself and therefore beautiful. Catch me after a MA class, or a long run or bike ride or weight session.

and just for fun… Do you shave legs/pits/upper lip moustache? Yeah, why not?



Leigh says:

Name: Leigh S.

Age: 19

Height: 5’4″

Weight: 130

Do you consider yourself attractive? When wearing makeup, yes

Do others consider you attractive? Yes

What is your biggest insecurity and why? My weight – I grew up on the heavy side and was conscious of it since probably 1st or 2nd grade – my mom put me on the Atkins diet when I was 8 years old. Kids teased me at school; my highest weight was about 185 lbs. at 5’3, and then once I got into high school I lost probably around 60 lbs. total (and at one point gained an eating disorder which I eventually kicked.) I still worry that people see me as fat though.

Have you/Would you consider using plastic surgery? Why or why not? I have gotten plastic surgery – I got a breast lift and implants because after I lost weight I went from a DD to a small B cup at my lowest weight of about 115 lbs. which resulted in (for lack of a better term) my boobs sagging like an old woman’s. I couldn’t even wear normal bathing suits because they didn’t provide enough support to make them look normal. I think that if you have a healthy and realistic state of mind, what you’re having worked on really bothers you (and only you) and you can afford what you want done, then it’s your body and your right.

What is your relationship with make-up? I don’t wear it every day, but when I do I feel a million times more confident than the times when I don’t have anything on. I’ll never go out with friends or on a date without makeup or having my hair done.

How much money do you/think is reasonable to spend on your appearance? The most expensive thing I’ve done is obviously my breast lift, but when it comes to things like cosmetics, hair products, and skincare I use drugstore brands; honestly, I don’t think high end products work that much better. I don’t know if there’s really a certain amount you can say is reasonable and what isn’t, it’s all relative to your income and lifestyle.

What is your experience of dieting? I’ve been doing it most of my life; I went and saw a nutritionist when I was probably 5 or 6, and then like I said my mom tried to put me on the Atkins diet when I was 8. Since then I’ve been on…god I don’t even know. I couldn’t count how many diets I’ve been on.

Have you/ anyone you know tried any specific diet programs i.e. Lighter Life? How did that affect your health? your moods? your relationships? I don’t really remember being on any specific diet programs, but I tried to follow diets that were in magazines. When I really started dieting and losing weight freshman year of high school, I started getting a lot more confident and outgoing; I actually liked going shopping and trying to smaller and smaller pant sizes. I remember the first time I fit into a size 6 I started crying in the dressing room because I was so happy…I was in disbelief or something (I was a size 16/18 before.) Relationship wise, I lost a friend because she was jealous of me (she’d always made snide remarks about my weight, and then when I did lose all the weight, she started calling me fat to my face…I dropped her as a friend after that.) I also started getting more attention from guys who had ignored me in middle school and beginning of high school, but I’d never date them because I knew they were shallow.

Do you have any experiences of eating disorders i.e. either yourself or someone you know? My sophomore year of high school I lost the most significant amount of weight, probably about 30 lbs. total. I got so many compliments that I was afraid of going back to being the old fat me, so I banned myself from eating some foods and started skipping meals or limiting myself to a certain amount of bites. If I felt I ate too much, I’d throw it up. Eventually I was eating 500 calories a day, usually diet coke and saltine crackers; if I ate more than that I’d stare at myself and could just “see” that I had gained weight from that extra 200 calories. Whenever I stood up I’d get dizzy and see black; the more days I went without eating enough food, the longer I’d see black and the dizzier I’d get. It was a really hard habit to break because I was so afraid of gaining weight again.

How did other people react to this; what was the fallout? Everyone noticed I was losing weight, but I don’t think anyone really noticed the means I was doing it by.

Have you had negative experiences relating to your appearance and people’s reactions to it? With my weight, I got a lot of really mean comments from kids (mostly guys, which made it even worse.) I remember on probably the 2nd or 3rd day of high school, two of the popular boys were walking around my gym class; one was pointing at girls and the other was saying (I’m assuming) if he thought they were hot or not. When the guy pointed to me, the other guy looked me straight in the face and said “She’s pretty but she’s fat.” and walked away. That still makes me mad to this day.

What about positive reactions to your body? After I lost weight I got a lot of compliments on how beautiful and great I looked and when guys started telling me I was hot for the first time it was a huge ego boost.

How has your body image and attitude changed over the years? I guess it’s kind of been a rollercoaster; it’s hard to think your body looks great when basically a lot of your life people have told you that it’s ugly and terrible to look at. I’m not trying to sound like I feel sorry for myself, but when you keep hearing something you start to believe it yourself. I don’t openly say that I hate my body (I like my face and my chest now) but secretly I wish I could change more things. I guess it’s always been like tha though.

What do you love about your body? I like myself from the neck up, my calves, my small hands, and I love that I’m strong even though you couldn’t tell by looking at me.

What is your opinion on the media portrayal of women’s bodies? Hypocritical; the media attacks celebrities for gaining too much weight or losing too much weigh. It’s like no matter what you do you can’t do anything right. Why not just stop focusing on peoples bodies altogether and focus on more important things?

What would you change about the way you/ your friends/ your family/ general people see their bodies? I wish everyone would just leave themselves alone beause I know how frustrating it is to look in the mirror and hate what you see.

What makes you feel beautiful? Getting dressed up and going out with friends; flirting makes me feel beautiful too

and just for fun… Do you shave legs/pits/upper lip moustache? Haha yes I shave everything as often as needed – I like the feeling of smooth legs and knowing that I don’t have to be self conscious when I raise my arms up 😉



Liz says:

Done! I think its a great way to get everyone talking to each other.

http://fateischance.blogspot.com/2007/05/body-and-image-womans-survey.html



tcupnewt says:

Name: Newt (keeping my privacy thank’ee)

Age: 18 in under a month. Woot!

Height: 5 ft 3 or is it 2?

Weight: 128

Do you consider yourself attractive?: I think I act more attractive than I am. My attitude tends to create how I look.

Do others consider you attractive? I fool them into thinking I am. 😉 I have been told I’m pretty before…

What is your biggest insecurity and why? I think my shoulders look too chubby and I don’t particularly like my neck or profile.

Have you/Would you consider using plastic surgery? Why or why not? Only reconstructive. They’re too much to go wrong and I tend to view it as a placebo that won’t fix the real issue if I’m insecure.

What is your relationship with make-up? I know how to use it well but, out of lazyness, only bother with eyeliner, lipstick and only rarely a tad of blusher.

How much money do you/think is reasonable to spend on your appearance? Depends on whether it’s a lifetime investment or not, in the former case I’d say quite expensive is reasonable. For my own financial reasons I’ve never spent more than £40 on any one item of clothing (the £40 being a red trench coat, reduced from £80) and dislike spending more than a fiver on single makeup products though I will sometimes.

What is your experience of dieting? I don’t have the willpower. I tried starving myself for a few days when I was 12 but couldn’t keep it up. I didn’t succeed in shrinking the size of my stomach though and the nurse put me on a milkshake a day program. I’ve done watching what you eat and all, but it’s never really made a sustainable difference.

Have you/ anyone you know tried any specific diet programs i.e. Lighter Life? How did that affect your health? your moods? your relationships?
Nope.

Do you have any experiences of eating disorders i.e. either yourself or someone you know?
I know two people personally, the third is a childhood friend I hadn’t seen for years and was told about. I’m ashamed that I fell out of touch with the first one- latter I found out she tried three suicide attempts and the doctors were convinced they would loose her.

How did other people react to this; what was the fallout?
The first: Not too good. She had never gotten along with the friendship group, so being diagnosed was taken with a blase, gossip tone. I felt very guilty because I always tried to smooth her way in (though not as much as I should have), but I was barely 16 at the time; I’m upset we were even faced with that situation. The second was very positive- i.e. she resisted being diagnosed for a while but once it was clearly confirmed she made the decision to sort it out and did.

Have you had negative experiences relating to your appearance and people’s reactions to it? I’ve also had strangers corner me, honk, general smile comments, stopping in the middle of a roundabout to comment on my legs, one naval captain cornered me for half an hour in starbucks and offered to buy me tickets to Egypt so I could join him whilst he was studying. When I was in Rwanda we were followed home, in the dark, by about 200 school boys who were intent on touching and talking to the girls in the group (with intent of some liaison of course!) though that has more to do with me being a white and (to them at least) rich girl. Yes, I count unwanted harassment as a negative experience thankyou.

What about positive reactions to your body? I love compliments on what I’m wearing, have been told I look good or sexy. Someone apparently told my mom I’d blossomed or some such nonsense!

How has your body image and attitude changed over the years? I’m miles more confident. I used to hate myself and especially my voice (I had a strong Canadian accent but now have gone very south of England, ridiculously posh) and hair, weight, cheeks. Now I think I’ve matured into my body more and make it work for me.

What do you love about your body? That I have tiny hands, that my smile naturally tilts up more at one corner into a smirk, my waist.

What is your opinion on the media portrayal of women’s bodies? It’s not women’s bodies it’s a single body, or more precisely two; the lanky, anorexic seven year old boy, or the buxom, perpetually aroused wanabee porn star with implants. The later makes me feel really dirty- like it isn’t anything to do with women but an alien collage forced on my body against my will. There’s not enough variety. I don’t want censorship- just a bit more choice!

What would you change about the way you/ your friends/ your family/ general people see their bodies? I think we compartmentalise our bodies too much. I’m starting to view my body more as a whole, and not something separated from the spiritual and intellectual but that plays equal importance on that plane of experience and thought. I wish others would start to understand too that the divine is not only in outside visions, but contained in the blood flowing in their veins; that our bodies are, to continue the religious/spiritual imagery, expressions of the Divine and Holy.

What makes you feel beautiful? My hair against my back, or someone playing with it. The smell of bakeries and warm sunlight against my skin. Dancing.

and just for fun… Do you shave legs/pits/upper lip moustache? Yes (up to the knee), yes and no.



Mwezzi says:

TCupNewt – I’m in the same situation. Up here, I’m going to sit the first of my exams next week. Fortunately, I’ll finish my exams with a bang because I turn 18 just after I finish mine. Good luck with your A-levels!



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Pippa says:

Tis done! I felt quite sad doing it, but it was interesting and really made me think. Thanks!



Jackie says:

Name: Jackie

Age:44

Height:5′ 9″

Weight: 136lbs

Do you consider yourself attractive? sometimes

Do others consider you attractive? yes, I believe so

What is your biggest insecurity and why? Being in a crowd where I don’t know anyone, meeting stangers. I feel that they will not like me.

Have you/Would you consider using plastic surgery? Why or why not?
I would definatley consider it, if I suffered a disfiguring injury, or had breast cancer needing reconstuctive surgery. Otherwise, I have thought of it recently, as I notice my body aging, especially my face. My children are quite young (2 and 5), so I feel my age perhaps more than women my age. I feel like I need to stay young for them, which includes looking young.

What is your relationship with make-up? I have worn makeup since highschool, but just the basics. I usually wear some sort of makeup when I leave the house (mascara, lip gloss), but do not wear it at home.

How much money do you/think is reasonable to spend on your appearance? Well, in a week, a month, a year? Questiong is vague. Fake boobs, no. Butt implants, no. An entire wardrobe of designer clothing, no. $300 shoes, no. I say the basics are critical and can’t be skimped on- hygeniene products, and skin care ie. sunblock. After that, wardrobe- a few nice classic pieces, climate appropriate clothing (I NEED good winter gear where I live) and a yearly update of a few trendy fun items is ok. I do love clothes…..but am a bargain shopper, much to my husband’s delight.

What is your experience of dieting? I don’t really diet. I try to maintain a healthy eating lifestyle / attitude. I love to cook, so that is a plus. Tried South Beach once for a few weeks, then my kids had mac and cheese one night and I fell off that wagon…!

Have you/ anyone you know tried any specific diet programs i.e. Lighter Life? How did that affect your health? your moods? your relationships? I have a good friend who has been battling a recent weight gain over the past 2 years- it has really focused her life in that direction. She has been very unhappy, depressed and preoccupied with this.

Do you have any experiences of eating disorders i.e. either yourself or someone you know? no

Have you had negative experiences relating to your appearance and people’s reactions to it? In the past few years, I have felt uncomforatble with my body because of changes it has undergone due to my age and perimenopause. As a person who has always been tall, thin and with a great metabolism, these changes have really freaked my out. Keeping weight off my midsection has now become a constant challenge for me. The heavy cardio exercise I have always done no longer does the trick. Am I looking dieting in the face? People think I am crazy- in their eyes, I am still quite thin- I should not complain- they are right. But I feel and recognize the changes in my body….they bother me. I don’t feel in controll of them.

What about positive reactions to your body? People think I am in good shape (for my age, ha ha!)

How has your body image and attitude changed over the years? Yes- as stated above, recent age related changes to my body have been challenging for me to embrace, and to conteract.

What do you love about your body? The ability for exercise and meditation to be so curative, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

What is your opinion on the media portrayal of women’s bodies? I think it is appauling. While I feel that obesity is a very serious problem confronting Americans today, and should not be underplayed ? accepted, I feel the trend toward skin and bones is equaling serious, and just as life threatening.

What would you change about the way you/ your friends/ your family/ general people see their bodies? In general,I would like people to change their relationship to food and exercise. Personally, I am trying to come to the place where I know I can no longer whip my body into bikini shape (well, not without a trainer and lots of time), but can be confident in the fact that I am keeping myself healthy and strong for my children…and setting an example of a healthy, active lifestyle for them.

What makes you feel beautiful? A very hard sweaty workout with great music. And that “look” from my husband…… 🙂

and just for fun… Do you shave legs/pits/upper lip moustache? Yes, legs and pits. I will cry the day I have to do the lip…. but being Italian, it may be inevitable!



Faith says:

I’ve been meaning to do this for a few days now. It’s finally up…

http://feministnation.blogspot.com/2007/05/for-newt-in-cup.html



Anji says:

Delurking to say I did your survey and it was a lot of fun, too. :o)



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Eden says:

Name: eden : not what I usually post about – so a comment. I’ve kept it though. maybe I’ll post it somewhere… Interesting to force yourself to think on it.
Age: 24
Height: 170cm
Weight: 55kg
Do you consider yourself attractive? Yes – in an interesting way, rather then typical.
Do others consider you attractive? Yes – from time to time I notice another’s attention.
What is your biggest insecurity and why? My body hair.
Have you/Would you consider using plastic surgery? Why or why not? Reconstructive, sure. Otherwise I probably wouldn’t as I couldn’t justify the expense and I doubt it would fix an insecurity. For others if they can justify it and believe it will really give them more confidence then its their body and if the decision is informed then sure. (for e.g. some Transgendered people may have plastic surgery to look more how they feel.
What is your relationship with make-up? Limited. I wear it once in a blue moon for a change. It’s like I’m acting and it makes it feel like I’ve made an effort. Odd times, I choose to do it for my state of mind – change of persona I guess.
How much money do you/think is reasonable to spend on your appearance? What ever you can justify to your self or as little as possible – which ever is required for personal comfort.
What is your experience of dieting? I eat a varied diet, rarely restrict my self, but am aware of what I am eating and trying to balance it out.
Have you/ anyone you know tried any specific diet programs i.e. Lighter Life? How did that affect your health? your moods? your relationships? n/a
Do you have any experiences of eating disorders i.e. either yourself or someone you know? no. although I’ve been told by others that I’m anorexic when I was in highschool (despite eating like as much as my older brothers) and it gave me a bit of a complex so I tried to put on weight for years. Not to much effect. I’m finally happy just to go with the flow. As lonf as I stay above 55kg and below 65kg I’m usually happy. – admittedly I’ve never reached 65, although I’ve tried.
How did other people react to this; what was the fallout? most people see me as thin, (although, not too thin since school) and think I’m rude if I comment on my own weight. This is especially true if they feel they have a problem loosing weight. They think I have it easy. So the fact that I take a conscious effort to stay in my healthy weight range is not considered a problem. “I would kill to have your ‘problem'” is something I’ve heard on all the rare occasions I’ve mentioned it.
Have you had negative experiences relating to your appearance and people’s reactions to it? only once or twice. not recently. Usually they think it’s a compliment – I just don’t find it such. ‘..your so thin…’
What about positive reactions to your body? From time to time. Usually it’s more my smile, or eyes or something that people will comment on.
How has your body image and attitude changed over the years? yes, I’m more accepting now then I was. More comfortable and confident.
What do you love about your body? My shoulders, my hands, my feet, my eyes, my athleticism, my metabolism.
What is your opinion on the media portrayal of women’s bodies? I am quite often disgusted my the media’s gratuitous sexism. I think women are often portrayed as ‘just’ their bodies (more so then men) and only ever in this narrow band that is termed ‘beautiful’ it is so limiting and I think it leads to insecurities in young women, and unrealistic expectation and those that interact with them – especially men.
What would you change about the way you/ your friends/ your family/ general people see their bodies? More honesty, less ‘humble’ self depreciation, less thinking about weight.
What makes you feel beautiful? When I feel confident and competent I feel beautiful – it has nothing to do with any one seeing me, it just emanates from me. Also – When my girlfriend looks at me with total adoration, I feel beautiful and intelligent and understood.
and just for fun… Do you shave legs/pits/upper lip moustache?
I shave my arm pits, because I sweat too much not to – it is simply not practical to have hair under there for me. I pluck my eyebrows minimally. I trim my pubic hair for comfort. I have just given up shaving my legs, although I hate looking at them or feeling them – it is something I just have to get over. Admittedly if I could majik it all away I would. My body hair is dark, sometimes curly, and very corse. My gf, is a sporadic shaver and often has hair under arms and on her legs. She has soft hair that you can barely see. She trims her pubic hair for comfort as well. She is relatively unconcerned by my hair. As much as I hate it, she is not bothered by it at all.



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Emily says:

Name: Emily

Age: almost 18

Height: about 5′ 3″

Weight: 144 lbs

Do you consider yourself attractive? No…

Do others consider you attractive? Some do, and I cannot for my life see what they are seeing.

What is your biggest insecurity and why? Of them all…I think size. I hate being big, it feels so awkward.

Have you/Would you consider using plastic surgery? Why or why not? I think about it from time to time. If I weren’t freaked out by the thought of something going wrong, I’d want either liposuction or stomach-stapling.

What is your relationship with make-up? I don’t wear it. Putting on makeup actually makes me feel worse because it’s a fake face. I wipe it off and I’m ugly again. Plus I’m terrible at applying it.

How much money do you/think is reasonable to spend on your appearance? How much does hoodia cost? I did offer up my soul once.

What is your experience of dieting? On and off. Usually I start, get really hungry, and binge, get discouraged then start over again.

Have you/ anyone you know tried any specific diet programs i.e. Lighter Life? How did that affect your health? your moods? your relationships? I’ve never tried a diet program. If I could, I’d buy hoodia.

Do you have any experiences of eating disorders i.e. either yourself or someone you know? I have tried to throw up food before. It didn’t work.

How did other people react to this; what was the fallout? Only two people know. Now it’s whoever reads this blog.

Have you had negative experiences relating to your appearance and people’s reactions to it? In my mind, damn near everything about my body is a negative experience. Even as a joke. Insignificant gestures are translated as “You’re ugly, you’re not worth my time.”

What about positive reactions to your body? The only time I can tolerate myself is with my boyfriend.

How has your body image and attitude changed over the years? The same, I guess. My body image is dependent on the people around me; I need their approval to feel good about myself.

What do you love about your body? Ehh? This is a strange thought…

What is your opinion on the media portrayal of women’s bodies? Here’s where I put a long rant and blame my insecurities on media, right? Nope. They are beautiful. I am jealous. I can’t really explain it better than that.

What would you change about the way you/ your friends/ your family/ general people see their bodies? I don’t know other people who think the way I do, but I’d like to get them all in a room and get Criss Angel to hypnotize us to not be insecure.

What makes you feel beautiful? My boyfriend goes out of his way to make me feel pretty.

and just for fun… Do you shave legs/pits/upper lip moustache? Yeah, yeah, no.



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