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No. 112369[Reply]

Didn't see a thread specifically for this kind of stuff so use this for discussion about things relating to bathroom stuff, advice, how to better your gut, how you personally maintain a healthy gut, general frustrations if you have an unhealthy gut (IBS, Crohns, etc) and/or how you manage it, asshole insecurities, etc.
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No. 136335

>>133178
>>133174

Trichomonas vaginalis. An STD usually asymptomatic in men. This thing makes putrescine and cadaverine, responsible for the smell. Gotta go to the gynecologist, primary care or general practicioner and get some antibiotics.

No. 136352

Girls, multiple stds can smell like fish, multiple stds can cause green discharge,, regular infections can act the same as stds, Google some experiences from women and you will find that you can never actually tell which infection you have unless you get tested

No. 136353

>>136352
r/iameverysmart anons like coming in here and acting like complete experts of human anatomy, I've seen people attempt to fully diagnose random cows with specific STDs because of irritated pubic and thigh skin. Like if you are that good where you're easily able to tell the exact disorder just from a picture or hearing a few symptoms then you're either a world renowned doctor and shouldn't even be on here or doctors wouldn't even have various forms of testing

No. 138471

JESUS CHRIST!! You know quarantine is getting to you when you're spending the night reading the shitting thread on lolcow.

No. 140600

Oh no.



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No. 76572[Reply]

Idea shamelessly stolen from crystal.cafe

Post pics or gifs of pretty girls, your inspiration or "goals" so to speak.
They don't necessarily need to be celebrities.
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No. 140350

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raise your hands if you feel personally victimized by genetics, it's so unfair people this beautiful get to exist

No. 140371

Natalie Dyer aka Nancy from Stranger Things. sorry no pic.

No. 140397

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Alice Pagani

No. 140406

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There's already a cute girls-thread in /m/ but I'm not complaining, the world needs more beauty in these ugly times.

No. 140408

The current cute girls thread is in /m/ >>>/m/6325, please post in there from now on.



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No. 139560[Reply]


>Do you use face editing apps or filters or are you against them?


>Do you touch up your photos or straight-up catfish?


>What are some of your favorites?


>Any tips for better photos with or without editing?
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No. 139797

>>139560
I use meitu to take all my selfies

No. 139839

>>139794
>>139795
She's exaggerating the before pic to look more ugly, but the focus is more on the focal length of the camera than the position of it.

No. 140078

>>139792
I look like shit either way, not sure what her point was

No. 140296

>>140078
lmao this

>Do you use face editing apps or filters or are you against them?

Against them for myself only, as I have horrible BDD and don't want to delude myself further. I don't care what anyone else does
>Do you touch up your photos or straight-up catfish?
The only editing I do is neutralizing my weird skin tone, not really to look a certain way just nobody needs to know I look like a fucking emoji
>What are some of your favorites?
LINECamera "Apple" filter does the trick to fix my skintone but keep blush/lipstick/etc. Trying to get into SNOW but it makes me look stupid
>Any tips for better photos with or without editing?
My favorite approach has been to emulate those unstable artsy blogger type of e-girls who post random blurry close ups or moody selfies hiding their face. If I must post selfies, I usually post a closeup of a feature I like or something I'm wearing, or whatever I think will make me seem batshit to normies. It's just more fun and I don't get sad about my face that way

No. 140394

>>140078
sucks to suck



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No. 140277[Reply]

post reasons not to trust men(USER HAS BEEN PUT OUT TO PASTURE)


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No. 73186[Reply]

Is it possible to get to low bmis without being Ana and starving yourself and keeping you skin and face looking healthy?any tips? This is a thread for people who want to discuss getting to low weights in healthy ways. 5'5 at 120 but I'd like to be 100lbs. I use to be 95 lbs in my teens but it's easier to not look completely sick and haggard at low eights when you're young. I've flirted with the idea of losing weight but I don't wanna end up looking like a crack head.
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No. 140118

>>140117
i wasn't even the original anon but this is so funny you can not be a stick figure and also not thigh chafe like you know there's a medium there right? or has intermittently starving yourself killed your brain cells

No. 140120

>>140118
go moisturise the creases between your fat rolls(infighting)

No. 140123

>>140120
kek careful anon, i think you've gained weight! go weigh yourself for the 40th time today and take all your clothes off in case it puts an extra few pounds on the scales!

No. 140130

>>140109
I was talking about being just overweight on bmi. Not severely.

There's a difference between being a hamplanet and being on the chunkier side of normal.

Delusional anachans still in denial that fatties use the same copes that they do…sad.

No. 140204

>>140009
105ish



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No. 79913[Reply]

what do farmers use for hair removal?
i like being completely hairless from my eyebrows down but i often get lazy with my bikini area, but even shaving my legs gets really annoying even though i barely grow any hairs on them
i hear there are creams or whatever for hair removal but i never dabbled in them so i was wondering if you'd have any recommendations
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No. 139884

Veet hair removal cream works really well on my arms, which have thin hair but a lot of it. I just shave other areas.

But, I always have trouble with irritation when shaving "down there." I've tried the usual recommendations like applying lotion or deodorant afterwards, but I end up with a bunch of small red bumps regardless, especially the next day onwards. Has anyone with ultra sensitive skin figured this out? I'd consider waxing but shaving is more convenient

No. 139894

>>139884
Spoilered for sperging The thing is that is not just that you've got "ultra sensitive skin" particularly, it's that the skin around the crotch is simply sensitive per se and the hair needs to be there precisely to protect said sensitive skin from friction and the genital zone from infection. Removing the hair down there is the most fucking damaging and stupid trend the beauty industry could ever come up with, you practically have the obligation to harm your body not to be shamed whenever you're wearing a conventional female swimsuit. I doubt there isn't anyone who doesn't get serious ingrowns, pimples and red bumps down there from shaving, even when you are the most careful you'll still get some because you're essentially fucking with the most sensitive part of your body.

Sorry for the vent, but I legit been salty about this shit since I've had pubic hair. It was particularly a nightmare to me to take care of that when I was young and I'm sure I wasn't the only one; but back on topic.

For the bikini area I just use hair removal cream as well (the normal one, not the shower one). I need to be very careful with the time so I don't get chemical burnt (and I've got before), but I still personally prefer that than conventional razor shaving because razors always left me with microcuts and some small wounds and with cream you can at least prevent those as long as you don't fuck it up. I'll still get some ingrowns this way tho. >>81142 recommendations for the bikini area seem ok too. I don't recommend to wax that area because you'll make the hair follicles bleed, and some parts of the bikini zone are particularly difficult and painful to wax on your on your own as the hair grows in different directions (at least for me).

DO NOT use hair removal cream in your vulva though, ever. Just go with a good quality razor and shave in front of a mirror that lets you see what you are doing perfectly and be careful. It may be a good idea to wet your lips with water and a coochie soap so it doesn't get painful when the razor "pulls" your outer labia's hair, but I don't have more advice on this one as I normally just trim my vulva and leave it alone as I'm seriously against messing with it if I don't need to.

No. 139940

>>139894
very based, i'm the same i finally had sex without hair removal the other day and there were no complaints lmao it's self-inflicted torture

No. 139953

I use a typical cheap men's razor to shave everything - arms, legs, armpits, vagina. I hate hair so much it disgusts me.

I'm gonna laser it off once lockdowns are over and be done with it.

No. 139978

>>139953
just be aware that depending on hair thickness even removing them all with the laser may take about a year (5-8 visits, with 2 months between each), costs a bit and it's not painless.
still, I would recommend personally.



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No. 137858[Reply]

Thread for discussing polyamory.

How to enter a polycule? How to maintain it? How do you find two SOs to love?
How do you balance the needs of both and yourself?
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No. 139924

>>138594
I never get that kind of relationship, its like the projared and holly situation all over again

No. 139926

>>138635
>but I just wish people would partake in it out of actual desire rather than insecurity

ummm no, don't participate in threesomes full stop. its a mess and causes jealousy/awkwardness

No. 139927

>>138820
just dump your boyfriend and date the girl instead if you miss her so much, you can't have both

No. 139928

>>139811
i agree with >>139919 please dump him, you don't need this in your life and can do much better.

No. 139929

>>139927
Because I can't have both I chose my boyfriend. I love her and wish the best for her, but it's my boyfriend I see a future with. She was way too unstable, too.



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No. 108748[Reply]

I have a question regarding IUDs. I've been on the pill since early 2017 and I get pretty bad side effects. My breasts swell up (they become REALLY painful) and I get extremely nauseous. I haven't been off the pill since 2017 and the symptoms haven't disappeared. I'm honestly sick of it and decided to get an IUD. Have any of you had experiences with IUDs? I am not sure whether to get the hormonal or non-hormonal one. I absolutely hate and almost can't stand the side effects of hormonal birth control, but I get very painful periods and I heard that the copper IUD makes them 10x worse. ;-;
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No. 139784

>>139780
That's weird, I've had it done twice now and they've been very forward with the whole "this will only last 3 years" information? Just don't sleep on getting it changed out, trust your fertility can't wait to come back. I'd get the copper but I'm not into those associated potential risks, sounds like a nightmare

No. 139790

>>139784
Thanks, I'll keep that in mind. I don't want to unironically end up with a Coronababy.

No. 139796

>>138979
The pill actually helped me so much, but I think I might have had some type of undiagnosed PMDD. It was a genuine life changer for me and I feel so bad when I see other girls have it be a genuine life changer in a bad way. I personally use pills and condoms together. The pill is for me, I don't really tell guys I take it. I started taking it to stop my period but it ended up fixing my skin, my mood, and completely got rid of my horrible cramps.

No. 139822

>>139307
I've had the implant for 5 years now (got it replaced after the first 3 years) and while I personally like it, there's a lot of possible downsides.
The good:
>not having to think about BC at all for 3+ years
>doesn't feel as invasive as an IUD
>no nipple pain which I did have with other hormonal methods
>infrequent/light periods (for most people)
The bad:
>it's still hormones, everyone reacts differently
>more frequent periods (for most people just the first 6 months but for a few people including me this never stops)
>inserting it into the arm is unpleasant and getting it out even more so

Ever since I got the implant my periods have been all over the place and I get extremely mild bleeding/brownish discharge for probably 40% of the time. I'm ok with this since my bf doesn't mind and it doesn't hurt or anything.
Idk how common this is, but when I got mine taken out to be replaced, the doctor had to dig into my arm for like 45 minutes and call in nurses to assist. Apparently the muscle in my arm had kind of fused to the implant and they had to cut it loose. It left a small scar and was a very unpleasant experience, but nothing went wrong in the end and supposedly this was extremely uncommon.

No. 139826

>>139307
>scared of the IUD
Don't be.
Getting an IUD was the best decision I ever made for birth control.
The pain you feel during the insertion lasts a few minutes, you have cramps afterwards that can last a few hours but you can take the usual painkiller you use for period cramps.
It's been only pros for me
>no hormones
>not having to remember to take it everyday
>lasts up to 5 years
>no pain and cannot notice its presence
>almost 100% secure against pregnancy
>only yearly check needed
>just basic hygiene rules have to be followed (some vaginal douching from time to time)
In my specific case, for some reason it also made my period arrive like clockwork, while for all my life I've been having irregular periods and some months it didn't arrive at all.
The only change I noticed was that the menstrual flow became much more abundant, bot only in the first year or so, then it became normal again.
I strongly recommend it, it basically has no side effects and if you decide to have a baby you can just have it removed and immediately try to get pregnant.



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No. 139102[Reply]

How do I become a Stacy? Is it really just genetic lottery?
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No. 139768

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>>139764
>there's just a natural social hierarchy where you fall, largely due to your upbringing imo

ok this is starting to sound like incel ideology, I knew this thread was a mistake

>it's normal for women to obsess over where they are socially and how they are perceived. why mad


not all of us are insecure femcels like you

No. 139769

>>139768
And like that we've all turned on each other. Shut this fucking thread down

No. 139771

>>139102
>>139768
yeah, i'm insecure but not a femcel. i admit social hierarchy is a weird way to put it but you know what i mean, stop trying to be obtuse. somebody walks in the room and based on their demeanor, how they dress, present themselves and act you can tell roughly where they fall socially. how is that an incel thing to say? it's autistic not to be able to pick up on that kind of stuff. and it is normal for women to think about that kind of stuff, hence the glowup threads, magazines and beauty advice going back centuries.

No. 139774

>>139769
PLEASE. There are MULTIPLE threads in /g/ for every area of looksmaxing you could need.

No. 139791

Like other anons have stated, we already have multiple threads for hair, makeup, skincare, or dating that can be used in place of this one. Please use the catalog in the future.



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No. 139661[Reply]

Instead of approaching looksmaxxing as Stacymaxxing, i.e. emulating someone else’s look, it’s better to identify your particular type and understand that in order to get a cohesive and natural look. I have found the Kibbe system and this YouTube channel in particular very helpful for self classification and thought some here would also benefit.

Instead of trying to emulate the “Stacy” aesthetic, and instead of seeing looks as just ugly/pretty, which leads to ideas of Stacymaxxing, or trying to emulate a certain “superior” look (blonde, tan, heavy dramatic makeup, strong contour, huge lips, breast and ass implants) it is better to identify your body type and your colouring, your and then dress accordingly, in terms of clothes structure, shapes and colours.

Start with this playlist, I have found this channel most helpful:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjq1drkA_Cmn-bSUsQqAaLZcrIHQCN8vO

Please share further resources on body type and colouring classifications, and discuss and get feedback on your own types. Critical discussion welcome(USER HAS BEEN PUT OUT TO PASTURE)
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No. 139733

A kibbe thread already exists here if you haven't seen it.
>>>/g/92682

>>139663
Why do people not understand this is fetish art? Ignoring that, if your face is ugly of course you're at a disadvantage. Doesn't mean you can't still dress for your bodyshape.

>>139661
Despite how good her vids are, I find aly art's own styling off quite often and dislike the short hair. But idk what would work better. What type does she say she is?

No. 139747

>>139733
Aly art literally just recites information from the internet regarding kibbe, I don't doubt she's not nearly as knowledgeable on kibbe as she makes it sound like.

anyway I read in the old thread that kibbe himself gave up on his own system, does anyone know more of that? I'd like to know his reasoning but couldn't really find anything specific when I tried googling it.

No. 139760

>>139682

>I feel like Stacy is more of a Romantic or Soft Natural type?


I don't think so, this thread is redundant and Soft Naturals are the ones who get the most plastic surgeries like Kim kardashian and the likes, is almost a meme, and Romantics would be considered fat these days, considering this, Soft Dramatics would probably be the ones who would be considered Stacies, since they're often slim and curvy at the same time.

No. 139763

>>139747
Kibbe hasn't gave up on his system, he has a private Facebook group now, but he said you should ignore everything he said on his Metamorphosis book.

No. 139805

>>139763
what exactly did he say in that book? I've never read it (doubt anyone here has)



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