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Medusa's hair is snakes, so her pubes must be too. Slither IN on command. amirite?

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Is there any way to delete a mental image?

How do you know she doesn't keep herself trimmed? What's your source?

She's doggie style or reverse cowgirl only. Don't wanna end up as a life sized stone dildo.

@Nlphbtsms She's doggie style or reverse cowgirl only. Don't wanna end up as a life sized stone dildo.

sized stone dildo

Now that you have said it aloud, it doesn't seem the worst way to go.

Thanks, I hate it.

We could reasonably assume she had some other visible body hair, on her arms for example, so the snakes are likely limited to just her head.

@Crazymotherfuker We could reasonably assume she had some other visible body hair, on her arms for example, so the snakes are likely...

What is the armpits had very small snakes? Just like armpit hair is usually smaller than hair on head.

Nah, by that logic she would have snakes in her armpits on her legs and arms and possibly a few on her upper lip. Women have hair everywhere a man does they just shave in today's society.

@Mariahmcmuffin Medusa isn't a human she doesn't confine to human biology nor societal standards.

This doesn't disprove the fault in OP's logic. By your logic she may not even have genitals let alone hair between her legs or snakes. It is inferred she has human biology if she has public hair, snakes or no.

@bibbitybobbitybacon This doesn't disprove the fault in OP's logic. By your logic she may not even have genitals let alone hair between...

Ok since you want to be a kill joy about it, fine. Her pubes are untouched. Athena cursed Medusa for falling in love with Poseidon. She was considered a beautiful maiden woman with long blond hair. Judging by Ancient Greek statues she wouldn't have had any body hair. Athena's curse made her face "hag like" turned her long hair into snakes and turned her skin an ugly green color. Even if she did have pubes they would have been untouched but she wouldn't have had any body hair since she is a Greek legend. She still would have had genitals, she would not have had body hair, and there isn't much logic in Greek mythology.

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