Survey Shows Majority Of Irish People Would "Definitely" Be Turned Off By THIS Natural Body Feature 3 years ago

Survey Shows Majority Of Irish People Would "Definitely" Be Turned Off By THIS Natural Body Feature

Bad news for Bradley Cooper today. 

Does body hair turn you on? Well, you're in the minority, apparently.

Bradley Cooper

According to a new survey almost three quarters of Irish people (both male and female) would "most likely" or "definitely" be turned off dating someone if they found out they were hairy.

Ouch.

The research, conducted by Thérapie Clinic, saw 254 adults in Ireland answer questions relating to body hair and attractiveness, with over half of Irish men (52 per cent) saying they dislike body hair on women and almost half (49 per cent) agreeing that they would encourage a woman to have her body hair removed.

Before you become (understandably) irate, female respondents also revealed that body hair is a turn off for them, with almost 4 in 10 admitting they encourage their male partner to remove his fur.

Only six per cent of women find thick hair on a man's chest atractive (hello, have they SEEN Hugh Jackman?) and 76 per cent saying they find hair on a man's back off-putting.

Hugh Jackman
We would majorly contest these results.