Well, most people of all genders don't have hairless chests -- for the most part all people are covered with at least a very fine layer of hair, all over their epidermis. We're mammals!
But how hairy men or women are tends to be very individual, based on genetics (sometimes race plays a part, as well, as might other chromosomal structures than the most common XX or XY) and on hormones, as well as on development -- many teen men still have very fine body hair if puberty isn't over for them. So, there are plenty of men out there with only lightly more chest hair than a lot of women, and some with merely downy fuzz.
There are also some medical and hormonal conditions which can cause a lack of thick body hair (or vice-versa).
[This message has been edited by Miz Scarlet (edited 02-06-2004).]
yes, guys can definetely be naturally hairless on there chest. You'll find that most Asians are naturally hairless in that area. It all just deals with gene's-- I mean I'm not going to get technical about little hairs that cover most peoples bodies, but in general, probably half of men don't have hairy chests from what I have experienced.
------------------ "You have to forget about what other people say, when you're supposed to die, or when you're supposed to be loving. You have to forget about all these things. You have to go on and be crazy. Craziness is like heaven." -Jimmi Hendrix
My boyfriend is 20 and I met him when he was 15 and still to this day he doesn't have a hairy chest. Up close I can see fine hair that covers his chest but not the black curly hair that I find rather yucky. He's half japanese and half peruvian, so yes, he is asian.
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