Most young women might say looks don't really matter, but what do they think … really think? Nonverbal communication will give it away every time. The Courier spent an afternoon in Maucker Union on the UNI campus before Christmas break to find out if the phenomena of young men shaving their chests, arms, legs and other body parts that's sweeping the nation has reached Cedar Falls. The answer is an unequivocal yes. Ask a group of girls in their late teens or early to mids, the majority will tell you what they look for in a man by not speaking a word.
Being a hairy man isn't so bad, research shows.
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Chest hair was categorized into 15 unique patterns, spanning four separate areas of the chest, in , based on a study of 1, men ages 17 to Sternal, infraclavicular below the collarbone , pectoral, and circumareolar areola hair make up the four areas where chest hair grows, with a majority of it growing on the pecs and sternum. The most common pattern was the pecto-sterno-infraclavicular pattern, where the breast, sternum, and end of the clavicle are hairy.