Big pubis mons


#3257992 Posted on: 08/15/11 at 6:52pm
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I'm not sure if I'm In the right forum or if there even is a right forum for this, but I've been doing a little research on it for a friend so I am interested to hear what you people have to say about it.

So big pubis mons on mainly thin or average girls. Is it a turn on or a turn off for you? And do you think it can or cant improve pleasure during sex? Also do you think that one should have a surgery to "flatten" it or not?

P.s// I know This isn't a very appropriate topic but I still felt like I should post it, I can't help but be curious. Also this is mainly aimed for young adults.. Or just open minded people who are also curious ^_^'



#3257994 Posted on: 08/16/11 at 4:00pm
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@Stripedluck I don't think large pubis mons are attractive but thats just me. But on the other hand I don't think you should have to get surgery to flatten it. I've always believed if you're born that way stick with it.

I have a relatively flat one so I guess I wouldn't know ( I actually didn't even know what a pubis mon was at first. XD )



#3258030 Posted on: 08/16/11 at 5:13pm
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@MalevolentMask Interesting...Though would you still say the same thing if you knew that most people with large pubis mons are insecure and self conscious about how they look? That they can't even wear a bikini or even a normal swimsuit without it looking like they have balls? They also have to stick to wearing very baggy clothes, meaning they can't wear skinny jeans or leggings or sexy panties to show off for their husbands? Would you still be against the surgery? I mean having a large pubis mon could also cause depression..

(( Haha I didn't know what it was either till my friend told me ^^' ))



#3258031 Posted on: 08/16/11 at 8:07pm
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@Stripedluck I guess if your friend REALLY wants the surgery then its her choice. I do remember that when i was a kid I had a big brown spot near my eye that messed up my vision so I had to have that removed. If it really embarrasses you and effects you negatively then I guess you should get rid of it.



#3257996 Posted on: 08/16/11 at 10:15pm
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what the hell is a...pubis mons?



#3258016 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 2:27am
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@ravenlights: It's the part of a woman's genitals just below her abdomen, the round part where pubic hair grows.

Some ancient cultures thought a large one was very attractive, signifying fertility. (Check out ancient fertility idols, such as the famous Venus of Willendorf, and note the detail that goes into her lady parts, and how large her genitals, most-likely-pregnant belly, and breasts are compared to the rest of her.)

Me? Well, meh. It's just not something I think a lot of people are paying attention to these days.



#3258032 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 2:33am
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I think they're fine. I can understand why someone would want to have surgery to flatten theirs, though. I can imagine that people would be crept out if someone whom did have large pubis mons wore a swim suit .. and also the strange looks or people being like 'wth?' if they wear tight clothing. I don't think it's a big deal really, if you're uncomfortable with it get surgery if you're fine with it, don't.




#3257998 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 6:31am
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@LilMissChibi Thanks for explaining :) Also you said; "It's just not something I think a lot of people are paying attention to these days". Then what do you think most people are paying attention to now a days?

@Twilight But do you think one should still have the surgery even though they're emotional risks included after the surgery? Of course physical too but lets just focus on the emotional(mental) affects.



#3258033 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 8:23am
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@Stripedluck personally- I think that MOST small ones/thin ones are kinda creepy, almost like a little rat or something(I dont mean to offend anyone, im just mostly creeped out by underdeveloped genetalia)
. Some can be cute...yeah ive seen a lot of vagina in my day.
I personally have a "big pubis mons" and im average-sized,
can it increase pleasure during sex? Im not sure but guys tell me im most vocal and i can also climax whenever i want, but once i get 5 in a row i get a bit tired.
Do i think girls should get surgery to flatten it out? hell the love no. It would be disgusting to do any unmedically necessary procedure on your genitals..
my two cents: guys say they love my "fat kitty" . Im a pretty small girl also, petite.



#3258035 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 11:06am
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I didn't even know what a Pubis Mons was until I looked at this thread!
I also don't think it's something that most people really look at as a sign of attractiveness in an individual- though it's not pretty when you see an obese woman who's... pubis mons, have an entire roll of their own beneath their bellies. :(
I don't think it's something you should get surgery on- then again, most genital-appearance-improving operations aren't something I generally approve of, with the exceptions of sex changes!



#3258017 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 12:29pm
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@PURRr So you've never desired to be free to wear whatever you want? For example wear a bikini to the beach?

@corvette Personally I disagree with how you feel that to have a sex change operation is ok but for example a lipo "down there" is not?



#3257999 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 12:32pm
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@Stripedluck I always wear a bikini to the beach...I'm a dancer, I also wear a cloth bikini to work, or a skirt/thong of some sort. I'm not really sure where you're coming from. I think people deserve to be confident but there may be a problem when they think they need to be confident to surgically alter their bodies..I woldnt know because its not really something i ever thought about.



#3258001 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 12:35pm
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@Stripedluck

I don't know- I realize it's contradictory, and to each their own, blah blah blah.
It's just how I feel about the subject. (:

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I guess I should have clarified:
I don't think it's wrong, by any means, to get surgery "down there" should you choose. However, it's not something that I believe should be, I guess, glorified?
It's basically just plastic surgery for your genitals, which is where my reasoning comes from.
You can make the same argument about a sex change, but... Oh welp.
(my reasoning skills are great after staying up all night :P)



#3258003 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 12:42pm
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I really dont see how a small or large pubis mons would alter a mans attraction. I've never heard anyone say 'that chick was cute but daaaang, that pubis mons is a deal breaker!'. This seems like something that is more of a personal insecurity then something others would notice.



#3258018 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 12:45pm
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Quote By @Stripedluck:

Interesting...Though would you still say the same thing if you knew that most people with large pubis mons are insecure and self conscious about how they look? That they can't even wear a bikini or even a normal swimsuit without it looking like they have balls? They also have to stick to wearing very baggy clothes, meaning they can't wear skinny jeans or leggings or sexy panties to show off for their husbands? Would you still be against the surgery? I mean having a large pubis mon could also cause depression..


A friend of mine does a lot of swimsuit modeling and has issues with her girly bits doing what you described. She uses a nifty little thing called a Cuchini - it adheres to underwear, bikini bottoms, etc, and flattens the area out. ;) There are tons of other non-surgical options that only the wearer of the garment would ever have to know about!



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#3258039 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 1:41pm
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@MalevolentMask
Actually, your "if you're born with it, stick with it," thing is pretty offensive, if that's how you feel about transgender people. :/

Anyway, I really, really dislike these kinds of topics, because, if someone thinks they're "unattractive", their opinion doesn't matter, unless that's how they feel about their OWN. If I had this, I'd feel awful seeing people saying that it's disgusting or that women who have it are unattractive. It's nobody's business.



#3258040 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 3:30pm
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@PURRr I see.. I was just asking that because my friend says she can never ever wear a bikini without people starring and whispering. Anyways thanks for replying :)

@corvette Haha well then for my own sake I'll just close my mouth x'D ...Or hands in this case ^^

@kinwell And it really works? I'll make sure to tell my friend that right away! o.o but wait aren't cuchini's more for hiding camel toes then big pubis mons?

@Piran Yes but in this case we're probably going to see a lot of people who think its unattractive and people who think it is attractive, everyone has the right to believe whatever they want to believe. I myself also have a big pubis mon or whatever you call it, Though I don't mind it at all. but I can't seem to answer all my friends questions, and she's really insecure about it and I feel helpless about it, that's why I'm interested to hear all of your opinions.



#3258005 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 3:41pm
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I guess I didn't know what the exact term for that area was until today, I guess mine is a bit more round and sticks out considering I'm rather skinny but I don't have a problem with having a larger pubis mons myself. It doesn't stop me from wearing what I want, that's for sure and I actually thought it was rather attractive. :I

I think if some people make fun of someone else for having a larger pubis mons then there are probably people out there who make fun of others for having thick thighs, big lips or a large butt too.

All in all, if anything about someones body bothers them to the point of wanting plastic surgery and nobody can convince them otherwise, then go ahead and have it done.


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#3258042 Posted on: 08/17/11 at 5:23pm
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@Stripedluck: What are people paying attention to these days if not a pubis mons? Well, that's a toughie...it varies from time-to-time (for example, one minute a waistline that's not "fat" but a little thicker than your average model is "in," and the next guys are lusting after Barbie waistlines) and culture-to-culture. (For example, in some cultures big boobs are preferred, others prefer smaller boobs.) And of course, individual to individual.

It seems people are most concerned with whether you look healthy and well-groomed, and kind of conform to whatever the prevailing beauty standards are.



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@Stripedluck
*shrugs* I don't think it's anyone's right to go around saying certain natural parts of someone else's body are unattractive. I've known people who've refused to date someone because they find shortness "unattractive", or moles "unattractive", etc. I guess I just think that everyone should have a bit more respect for others.