Years ago, I lamented the trend of men wearing long pointy-toed shoes. It was like half the population had turned into garden gnomes sans the pointy hat. It was hideous.
Today, the new trend is for men to shave their legs. One word: No.
Following the fruition of the metrosexual, its initiator Mark Simpson has coined the next stage in its evolution as the spornosexual; a group of men who strive to look like sportsmen or porn stars. Perhaps this tendency towards smooth-shaven buffness is behind men becoming body conscious.
On the back of its initial survey, sister publication Women’s Health jumped on the bushy bandwagon asking their Facebook followers, “What do you think about guys shaving their legs?” The results showed that nearly 30 per cent of women “like a man who trims leg hair down” and 22 percent “love a man with clean shaven legs”. That’s more than half the women surveyed that responded to legscaping positively, but it’s a divisive subject.
No. No. No. NO!
Stay this madness! This new generation of gender blending smoothness is making everyone look like prepubescent boys.
Again, I say, no.
What is wrong with the masculine and the feminine? Why is this generation so intent on obliterating the differences between men and women? This cultural shift enforces an asexual conformity where men and women look, sound, dress, and act the same.
Liberals aren’t for diversity. They’re for amorphous androgynous sameness. It’s gross.