But whether or not you like hairy guys, it turns out that a lot of women prefer them, especially men with facial hair. Hairy guys can keep you warm at night, won't judge you if you decide to grow your hair out, and are super masculine. If long hair isn't your thing, what about a hairy chest or facial hair? Females may perceive hair as a marker for parasite-free health.
There is no shame in a man admitting to waxing or shaving these days, preferring a polished torso to a hairy chest. Nothing wrong with a bit of a tidy up but men stripping themselves of all masculinity completely seems a waste.
Kat Kissick has preferred bearded men for as long as she can remember. “And if I end up making out with someone with a beard, that’s OK too.”Kissick is far from alone in her predilection for scruffy gentlemen; she’s one of 60,000 people around the world, from Iceland to Iraq, who have signed up for Bristlr since its launch last October.
“It’s a personality indicator that maybe this man likes to have fun, maybe they’re creative, maybe they’re just trying to express their individuality,” says Kissick, 40, who lives in St. So when she saw a Facebook post a few weeks ago about Bristlr, a dating website and app for men with beards and the people attracted to those men, she signed up without hesitation. At Bristlr’s helm is John Kershaw, a bearded, 28-year-old software developer who lives in Manchester, England.
Kershaw says he gets some money from merchandise and donations, but that barely covers the cost of his morning coffee.
The site and app are simple; as with Tinder and other popular online-dating services, users “heart” other users, and those who match can interact.