Natural as in not cosmetically altered???

Hi all. I'm not 100% sure what's meant by natural in this group. To me it's without and cosmetic implant or surgery. I like to look after myself so I go to the gym which I see as natural. What are your thoughts?

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RE:Natural as in not cosmetically altered???

I think your idea of no implants or surgery is about right. Some may suggest no tattoo's & no hair removal is the definition of "natural" but I agree with the surgery type definition.

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Technically circumcision is cosmetically altered.

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Technically circumcision is cosmetically altered.

I think so too

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I would agree on the surgery alteration, but then there are natural hair growth or trimming the hair. We all cut your head hair and some like to keep your body hair under control and not wild, out of control. I like trimmed up look, ant not having a mouth full of hair is a plus.

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I like to workout too and although Im nearly 70 I still do a total of 90 bench presses with 40Kg etc etc etc and swim 800m about 4 times a week and play one or two rounds of golf (no cart) with a caddy pulling my set.
This according to me is not cosmetically altered. Its the will to stay in shape and its 100% natural.
I agree with your opinion regards natural.

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A natural body is the body without any artificial modification. A body with the minor bugs which makes us natural. Many men think their penis is too small. The breasts of a woman are not equal.

I follow the argument that we cut our hair. So why not our pubic hair if we like. A smooth penis or labia are also natural.

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I was circumcised as a baby, I had no say in it, that is what was common in many countries at the time. We chose not to have our son circumcised, my wife was a nurse and said it wasn't necessary. But since my experience, I have chosen not to alter anything, no piercings, no tattoos, I have long hair these days and a beard, but I trim my beard as well as my body hair but I consider myself natural. Trimming any hair is just body maintenance and preference.

People dye their hair colour, that is a change for reasons of vanity or fashion, natural or not? To me tattoos are not natural (both my son and one daughter have some small pictures) but what about ear piercings, a very high % of women and a reasonable % of men have these.

To me, this question was about surgery and implant type procedures to alter the body but then tattoo's were added. What does it matter?

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