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GF REFUSE TO LET BF SHAVE AS SHE LIKE BEING DOMINATED BY A HAIRY GRIZZLY BEAR

I am a 25-year-old who has been in a relationship with my boyfriend for the past three years.

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We had a very strong bond since the beginning and it has grown stronger with time. We have a great understanding of each other and have been able to compromise in every situation. We have discussed everything from our future plans to our daily routines.

However, there was one thing we could not agree on: whether or not my boyfriend should shave his downstairs. He wanted to shave it for aesthetic reasons and I was adamantly against it. I was not against the idea per se, but I had a very specific reason for refusing his request.

You see, I have always been attracted to a certain type of man. I like a man who is strong, confident, and a bit on the wild side. In my mind, there is no better way to display those qualities than with a full, bushy beard and a well-groomed set of downstairs.

To me, it is the perfect combination of masculinity and dominance.

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My boyfriend was not convinced at first, but I eventually convinced him to let me explain why I thought it was important. I told him that I wanted him to be the dominant one in our relationship, not just in the bedroom but in all aspects of our relationship. I wanted him to be the one who made decisions, the one who was in charge, the one who was the leader.

I explained that having a full, unshaved downstairs was a way for him to show his dominance and for me to feel safe and secure in our relationship. It was a visual reminder that he was the one in control and that I could trust him to make the right decisions for us.

My boyfriend understood my point and agreed to let me have my way. He decided not to shave his downstairs and I couldn’t be happier. I feel like I have the perfect partner and I am proud to be the one who gets to experience the true power of his masculinity.

My boyfriend is now the grizzly bear I always wanted him to be and I wouldn’t have it any other way. We are still going strong, and I am thankful every day that he agreed to keep his downstairs in its natural state.

It is a reminder of our bond, and it helps keep our relationship strong.

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