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Old 09-10-2013, 09:50 AM
london london is offline
Join Date: May 2013
Location: UK - land of the free
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Then...if they don't like it they could...BATHE?...Or take a shower after their day is over?~ o.O?

I still don't get your point, do you mean to say that by shaving all their hair off they could avoid bathing?.....
But whilst they are at work, commuting from work, mixing with other people, they smell. Yes, I was the one who said the next reasonable time to bathe was in the evening, but all day, they smell of urine, blood, faeces, sweat, uric acid and anything else that seeps out of your pores and clings to the hairs under your arms and between your legs. Removing excess hair from these places prevents that so you stay fresher all day, between showers. Get it now? I don't like people I have to mix with in public to stink because it makes me heave.

AND YES when trying to "justify" non-elective circumcision through using the "hygiene" example THESE TWO THINGS ARE THE SAME, EXCEPT FORESKIN DOESN'T GROW BACK!!!

Don't even get me started on the sexist "non-elective" part of infant-circumcision or it's less popular name: FORCED INTENTIONAL INFANT GENITAL MUTILATION.~
I have no idea why you keep bringing up circumcision. You can wash under foreskin at least once a day to maintain hygiene but you can't wash underneath hair nor get your deodrant onto your sweat glands where it needs to be. As you said, hair grows back and the person who owns the hair consents to it's removal so the two are completely, totally different and your use of bold just highlights how irrelevant this topic is.
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