No matter how caring you try to be, no matter how much you want to be a nice guy about this, you have the potential to have a serious and long-lasting effect on her self-esteem and self-worth over something that is absolutely normal. Of course, if she was the hottest, sexiest thing in show business but had a beard, maybe I'd skip her but I'd want to see her in person first before throwing her away becasue my bud had a beard and once when we were fighting and he had me on the ground trying to make me say I liked this woman I didn't like, his beard tickled a little bit. Dealing with it is, as someone above said, a constant source of low level stress. No matter how much we talk about normalizing facial and body hair on women, it's still something that many see as undesirable — taboo, even. It's given me the confidence I never thought I would have. This was her "quirky thing".
I used to tweeze these hairs off but as someone else mentioned upthread, doing so is a constant low level of work that ends up being pretty draining.
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But it is prioritizing that view over the person in front of you. I decided early in our relationship that I would not let myself be grossed out by it since he doesn't seem to care. No, really, I'm just worried about your health! Having read Frowner's response-- with which I agree, by the way-- I wanted to add that your decision shouldn't be based on any projection about how she is going to react, or feel. I'm so excited for some "hairy-faced" opportunities in the future, and that wasn't ever the case until I embraced my body hair this past year.