By Latoya Gayle For Mailonline. A woman has sparked a heated debate over personal grooming in a long-term relationship - after admitting she was hurt when her husband hinted that she should shave more often. Taking to the British parenting forum Mumsnet , the mother revealed that she's more or less stopped shaving under her arms and defuzzing her legs since the birth of her daughter who is now almost two. She admitted she doesn't care what people think and feels no need to remove hair before going to the swimming pool or beach, but her husband has made several pointed remarks. The issue divided users, as many questioned how to strike the balance between doing what makes you happy and fulfilling your partner's expectations.
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Should road cyclists shave their legs? Of course! But determining why and how is a little trickier
This week, for the first time in six months, I was able to go for a bike ride wearing shorts instead of winter tights. Now I'm considering an even more radical concession to my favourite sport — shaving my legs. This is already a well-practised custom within the ranks of the professionals. Gerald Ciolek, who won last month's prestigious Milan — San Remo race riding for MTN-Qhubeka , a South African team sponsored by a charity that provides bikes to children in rural communities , said:. At the other end of the competitive spectrum, Sam Shaw, a Cat 4 rider who recently picked up his first points racing for Stirling Bike Club in Scotland, says:.
Ancient Egyptians favoured sleek, hairless skin to prevent the spread of lice and other follicular infestations. And the Romans kept their skin smooth to denote they were from the higher, educated classes. So cyclists can hardly claim to have invented the art of shaving their extremities for strategic purposes. What is surprising, however, is that cyclists were shaving their legs long before most women had adopted the practice as a social norm.