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I hate the way it looks, I hate the way it feels, I hate that I have to deal with this. And I especially hate how my hirsutism has affected my life. I never feel pretty. I feel ok at best. This looks nice on you.
The core of the problem is how hirsutism makes me feel about myself. These insecurities paired with all the secretive hair management have made it hard for me to open up and really let someone in. Scared of judgement, scared of rejection? Dating is already hard to begin with. Does he like me? Do I like him? Should I try for a first kiss? Is it ok hirsute dating have sex on the first date? Now add: Does he feel my stubbles when we kiss?
How can I keep him from touching my face? I often feel like my hirsutism is making the decisions for me. When I was in my early twenties I used to shave my chin and sideburns. After a few hours, the shadow would be obvious and my face would feel stubbly. Did they not notice? Or just not say anything? Three days later I bought the new razor. Not for my legs. For my face. Sex in general is a bit of a struggle.
God, how does that even sound?! I have hair around my nipples, so I try to keep them away from that area. And my chin. My facial hair makes me self-conscious. Happy times, but also times of stress. In my late teens I was dating a guy, my first love. We were young and broke and had saved all our money to go hirsute dating vacation to Greece together. Never ever! And cried on the inside. Had he really not noticed? What if he ever found out. This innocent banter led me to stepping up my hair removal routines. Razor burns, cuts and little red bumps were a daily occurrence after that.
I really had no idea what I was doing. All I knew was that the hair needed to go.
Eventually he moved away and we broke up. That short conversation however has stayed with me. Fast forward to a few months ago: My boyfriend at the time was a doctor and worked at a hospital outside of town. Yet I usually got up hirsute dating am. Hairiness and all. I know that many women with hirsutism have loving relationships and truth is: I want that too. Over the next few month, I plan to take a break from dating and focus on learning to love myself. Am I cheating? Not the love of a guy, self-love and if this is what hirsute dating takes, I might as well give it a try….
What is your experience with dating and relationship? Let me know in the comments! Sarah has idiopathic hirsutism. She is 30 years old and lives as an expat in the UK. She writes about her daily life with hirsutism on this blog. She loves her cat Sumo, waffles for breakfast and the parks of London. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Dear miss,what you have should not matter, real love has no boundaries, no matter who you are. Your real soulmate won,t care they will love more than you ever know. That is a real true soulmate, not a fake one, who only wants to get in your pants.
There are men out there who are actually attracted to hair on women. I am one of them, and I now know that there are others. I thought I was weird or that there was something wrong with me. But now I know that there are many of us out there. Take care, john. Struggling with Hirsutism can be bad enough. What's worse is to think, that you're alone. You're not! Don't worry - we got this!
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