First of all there's this stuff called soap and water, have you heard of it? I use it daily, sometimes more often when the need arises. Why anyone thinks men don't clean their beards is beyond me, it's directly under our noses, don't you think we'd notice?
Secondly, don't listen to Dr. Oz, more than half the advice he gives has zero evidence to back it up.
Third, wanna know why aftershave burns? Because shaving produces thousands of microscopic wounds. Every clean shaven man is walking around with a face full of open wounds. A wonderful avenue for infection. So being clean shaven isn't without it's problems either.
Fourth, short beards and stubble are rough and scratchy because the ends are frayed from being cut. Let it grow out, moisturize it regularly, and trim the ends and you end up with a fuzzy soft blanket on your face.
I don't know about anyone else, but even under ideal circumstances I still bleed, and my face hurts and itches until the hair is about a week or two into regrowth. I pretty much cannot shave two days in a row. Even if it's painless the first day, the second (and subsequent days) are torture, and the itching gets ridiculous. I start breaking out within an hour.
The whole reason there are Pro-Gay (or pro-any-minority) events is to fight injustice, stigma, harassment, and bigotry.
Thus being pro-gay and being anti-gay do not have equal merit. They are not morally, or ethically interchangeable. They are not objectively the same. One is about liberation and freedom for all, the other is about maintaining unfair privilege and dominance. This is backlash, not fairness.
ah, young love!
Thus we arrive at the notion that if a male child and a female adult get sexy, then HE must have wanted it and it’s perfectly okay, in fact it’s a fantasy come true. It’s not sexual assault because you can’t assault the willing!
And it’s not traumatic or criminal because only an unmanly weakling would find sexy times with an adult woman gross or weird or uncomfortable or disturbing or inappropriate. And in that case, he just doesn’t appreciate how LUCKY he is!
Which is absurdly screwed up.
I have a less common take on social networking. I'm not interested in becoming famous for my Google+ posts, nor do I care to spread my "influence" far and wide.
Reasons I won't be circling you back:
-You're using an obviously fictitious name. While Google+ no longer requires real names, I prefer them. I find there's less trolling and drama when people don't get to hide behind a fake name.
-You're posting NSFW content publicly. I am often in places where others can see my screen, including work, and I don't want to have explain genitals to coworkers, bosses, or angry parents. Part of my job involves social media.
-You have no posts visible to me or no posts and no pictures. How am I to get a sense of who you are and what you're about if you don't have any posts?
-You've got hundreds or thousands of people circled. I value quality over quantity. I sincerely doubt you have the time to keep up with posts from hundreds/thousands of people, which means it's also unlikely that you will have the time to get to know me in any significant way. There's nothing wrong with circling hundreds of people, that's just not how I network.
-You haven't posted anything I can see in several weeks/months.