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Post by gaz2112 » 13 Jan 2018 12:41

is there any particular etiquette regarding pubic hair at BGHS ?
Do most people have a "clean up" down there before attending?
Sorry if this sounds an awkward question but dont want to look or feel out of place

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Post by Andy & Pat P » 14 Jan 2018 13:05

Does it matter that much? most are without a few with.

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Post by ncisuk » 14 Jan 2018 17:47

gaz2112 wrote:
13 Jan 2018 12:41
is there any particular etiquette regarding pubic hair at BGHS ?
Do most people have a "clean up" down there before attending?
Sorry if this sounds an awkward question but dont want to look or feel out of place
You will get a thorough inspection on arrival and before allowed to enter. Even stubble will get you kicked out!

Stupid answer to silly question. Sorry if I sound a tad rude, but really!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by sam » 19 Jan 2018 13:41

Some questions are much more about titillation than of any real use to a genuine naturist !

If I accept all good human beings of any creed, colour, race, religion, gender and so on, I am highly unlikely to have a "pubic hair" policy !

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Post by gaz2112 » 10 Feb 2018 01:57

Thanks to all and lol at some of the replies. ;)
Sorry , really the question was not intended to be titilating.
Appreciate may not be a big deal to the experienced genuine naturist, but for the newcomer every minor detail can surely be quite daunting.
sorry if any offence caused.... :oops:

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Post by Sparx34f » 10 Feb 2018 10:00

Hopefully Ur less daunted now at least.

Hey it can be daunting just going back after a long time away.
Question is... Have you been yet?
Holly x

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Post by gaz2112 » 10 Feb 2018 10:08

No havent been yet but hope to soon.

And again sorry if my original question offended anyone, that was not my intent.
Just wanted to check etiquette.

Think of it this way - if one attends a clothed establishment or event for first time, its normal practice to check on expected or standard attire, right?

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Post by Sparx34f » 10 Feb 2018 10:41

It's ok, lots of people have been worried and I'm sure people in future may find the post helpful but be too embarrassed to ask.

Stop worrying, and once you take the plunge withing half hour max you will wonder what you were ever worried about.
Holly x

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