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post #1 of 25
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like i always said, real men dont use stuff that smells like lavender.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/6318043.stm
post #2 of 25
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like i always said, real men dont use stuff that smells like lavender.
You and my fiance would get along perfectly ... I once offered him some of my body lotion, because his skin was really, really dry, and he looked at me like I had just asked him to cut off one of his testicles. It wasn't even scented, for crying out loud!
post #3 of 25
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heeh smart
"Using lavender and tea tree oil products can cause young boys to develop breast tissue"
post #4 of 25
Well there you go, you learn something every day. Gil uses moisturiser but it's one for men that doesn't have much smell to it............I bought him it as well
post #5 of 25
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heeh smart
"Using lavender and tea tree oil products can cause young boys to develop breast tissue"
So then young boys who believe they should be women will now start to apply this lotion. Saves on sex change operations in the future.

Alllll-right
post #6 of 25
jeese ! ! would you believe that then - I always use a room spray for headaches
post #7 of 25
Lol that's funny. Maxey is definitely the metrosexual type - he's an actor for goodness's sake!

He loves his nice colognes, is very stylish, wears a little jewellery (but not much, just his engagement wristband which is white gold, and one really nice ring occasionally) and has some very cool accessories like a great Krumpler and some nice woollen scarves and stuff. And he's very into hats. Which look great on him. I think he may draw the line, though, if his liking of the nicer things in life was going to cause him to grow some boobs (even if they were small ones...lol)

He's just too sexy for words, though, and I love his softer side
post #8 of 25
So maybe I should start using these products??

post #9 of 25
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So maybe I should start using these products??

That's what I was thinking...but BC is much more effective at that

I wish more men were like that. Men using Chapstick is a deal breaker for me, it's just wrong. Men are supposed to smell like soap, maybe aftershave, not bath and body works!
post #10 of 25
My husband will use my Lush products - he loves the Ocean Salt face scrub and always marvels on how smooth his face feels. My only issue is that I want that stuff to myself! He will use my Dream Cream but that is not girly scented, it is more herbal and its so good on problem skin.
While I like my men to be more manly, I don't mind that they like to look after their skin - after all, it is the body's biggest organ!
post #11 of 25
My boyfriend won't let me put cocoa butter lotion on his back when I give him a back rub... He said that it smells to NASTY! I can't even smell anything!
post #12 of 25
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My husband will use my Lush products - he loves the Ocean Salt face scrub and always marvels on how smooth his face feels. My only issue is that I want that stuff to myself! He will use my Dream Cream but that is not girly scented, it is more herbal and its so good on problem skin.
While I like my men to be more manly, I don't mind that they like to look after their skin - after all, it is the body's biggest organ!
Ian currently has a 1lb. brick of Honey I Washed the Kids, a Buffy the Backside Slayer, 2 massage bars (Wiccy and Mange Too), we share a big bottle of Tramp and he has his very own tub of Dream Cream.

Hey, good smells cross the gender barrier and good skin is sexy on anyone!

And I don't buy that crap about "real men do or do not do this". The research on phytoestrogens and other plants that "mimic" hormones is inconclusive and brand new, at best. Men who do things and avoid other things to be "real men" are just insecure. And insecurity doesn't register on the list of things I look for in a mate.
post #13 of 25
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Hey, good smells cross the gender barrier and good skin is sexy on anyone!

And I don't buy that crap about "real men do or do not do this". The research on phytoestrogens and other plants that "mimic" hormones is inconclusive and brand new, at best. Men who do things and avoid other things to be "real men" are just insecure. And insecurity doesn't register on the list of things I look for in a mate.
Well Said!
post #14 of 25
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Lol that's funny. Maxey is definitely the metrosexual type - he's an actor for goodness's sake!

lol that is the word itta uses's she tells me all the time, i need to be metrosexual I keep telling her, if she wants to date another women, she has lots of very pretty friends.

See all of that stuff is just a trick to make all men turn into women. i could not use that stuff some guys may like it and that is ok, but i think its wrong they way they shove this stuff stuff at women, and now they are doing it more and more to guys,
post #15 of 25
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Originally Posted by lionessrampant View Post
And I don't buy that crap about "real men do or do not do this". The research on phytoestrogens and other plants that "mimic" hormones is inconclusive and brand new, at best. Men who do things and avoid other things to be "real men" are just insecure. And insecurity doesn't register on the list of things I look for in a mate.

sorry, i have to soo disagree with that. Men and women are made different for a reason. I dont know, if i was female, i dont think i would want a guy with breast tissue, but hey if that what you like its cool. One person in my house shopping for a bra at VS is enough. So just because I dont want breasts and smell like flowers i am Insecure? that is to funny.

I cant come up with any good reason to walk around smelling like some flowers. also its proof you should not go putting stuff on your body until you know what it is. They have been trying to de-vaule men in this country for 30 years. Those comments are just part of the issue.

only thing i wear is after shave, and that is cause if i dont use it after i shave my face breaks out in little red bumps.
post #16 of 25
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Originally Posted by theimp98 View Post
sorry, i have to soo disagree with that. Men and women are made different for a reason. I dont know, if i was female, i dont think i would want a guy with breast tissue, but hey if that what you like its cool.

I cant come up with any good reason to walk around smelling like some flowers. also its proof you should not go putting stuff on your body until you know what it is.

only thing i wear is after shave, and that is cause if i dont use it after i shave my face breaks out in little red bumps.
Uh-huh. Fiance likes to look good...but refuses to smell like a woman while doing so. All flower and fruity scents are avoided at all costs. If one is purchased by accident it either goes to me or saved as a stocking stuffer
post #17 of 25
How in the world did you find that article? Were you looking up pictures of male chests again when you found this?
post #18 of 25
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Uh-huh. Fiance likes to look good...but refuses to smell like a woman while doing so. All flower and fruity scents are avoided at all costs. If one is purchased by accident it either goes to me or saved as a stocking stuffer
lol i even hate having to wear a suit to work. i can live just happy in biker boots and blue jeans. But i agree no reason for the flower and fruity things.

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How in the world did you find that article? Were you looking up pictures of male chests again when you found this?
i was reading the bbc, and saw the link about some items can cause that.
so i just checked it out
post #19 of 25
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How in the world did you find that article? Were you looking up pictures of male chests again when you found this?
Niiiice!
post #20 of 25
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Originally Posted by Mirinae View Post
You and my fiance would get along perfectly ... I once offered him some of my body lotion, because his skin was really, really dry, and he looked at me like I had just asked him to cut off one of his testicles. It wasn't even scented, for crying out loud!
My FH did the same thing!! His hands were so dry they were cracking! I gave him some healing lotion and he looked at me like I was crazy!!!
post #21 of 25
I wonder if those "researchers" even considered the fact that it's probably due to all of the hormones we inject animals with.

Sheesh!
post #22 of 25
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I wonder if those "researchers" even considered the fact that it's probably due to all of the hormones we inject animals with.

Sheesh!
My question was, how can they make a "conclusive" judgement based on three cases? It does seem a little conincidental that all three cases were using the same kinds of products, but I'm sure if they looked a little harder they'd find other similarities. Not exactly a wide-reaching study now, is it?
post #23 of 25
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I wonder if those "researchers" even considered the fact that it's probably due to all of the hormones we inject animals with.

Sheesh!
oh yea, i agree with that. That's why i try to buy natural stuff now. to get away from the hormones they use.
post #24 of 25
The estrogen-mimicking chemicals in some plastics do the same thing.
post #25 of 25
And they should take into consideration the massive amounts of birth control hormones that are, um, put into the toilet and which end up in the drinking water in trace amounts.
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