Walton Goggins on femininity: ‘I miss pubic hair. So beautiful, so feminine’

Walton Goggins

If aren’t familiar with FX’s “Justified,” Walton Goggins (who plays the charismatic Boyd Crowder) is quite seductively hot when in motion and especially while speaking. Unfortunately, the man does not photograph terribly well as evidenced by these photos of Walton at the Season 4 premiere in Hollywood on Saturday. From the show’s pilot episode, Walton’s Boyd has steadfastly held onto one end of the gravitational pull of the show, and certainly, Timothy Olyphant must both fear (as an actor) and appreciate (as a producer) what Walton brings to the show. In other words, if there was no Boyd, there would be no “Justified,” and I’m entirely grateful to Elmore Leonard for recognizing that the character should live on past the first episode, or else Boyd would have immediately perished, and the show would not have been nearly as successful as it is today.

Walton Goggins

As a momentary diversion before we get to the meat of this story, I recently had the good fortune to watch the “Sons of Anarchy” episode where Walton appears as a transvestite prostitue named Venus Van Dam. Is it just me, or is he surprisingly hot as a woman? That rack looks really authentic too. Poor guy must have sat forever in the make-up chair for this set of girls.

Walton Goggins

Walton Goggins

In addition to being the most photographed dude at the “Justified” premiere (we got one picture of Olyphant, which I’m including at the bottom of this post), Walton has also sat down with NY Mag to promote all sorts of projects. In addition to my favorite show on television right now, he’s starring in Lincoln (as a proponent of the 13th Amendment) and Django Unchained (as a keeper of the status quo involved between plantation owners and their slaves). In other words, his career is on fire (in the hole) even if his roles seem slightly contradictory at present. Here are some excerpts:

He’s grateful for his success: “I would never have gotten the jobs I did without the advent of cable television, which brought back the kinds of raw, authentic leading actors you had in the seventies: Duvall, Ed Harris, Tommy Lee Jones.”

He has input on Boyd’s evolution: “Tim and I butt heads. He keeps his compass on the Elmore Leonard of it all. He understands the balance between the absurd and the violent. But I am constantly battling for the heart, the raw feeling behind what Elmore is saying. I want to know what’s going on ten feet down. There’s nothing open about Boyd.”

Boyd Crowder isn’t a white-trash caricature: “I played a lot of those characters early on, when I needed to feed myself. And I understand how the South is perceived by people like my wife, who is from California and got all of her information from movies and articles. But where I grew up, the black experience informed the white experience, and vice versa. There was a simpatico completing of cultures. So I don’t want to be perpetuating those old stereotypes. Of course, here I am doing it again in a Quentin Tarantino movie.”

Gowing up Southern: “I was known as the kid who raised himself.” After his father left, “my mother wanted to party and have a life. She was young. I grew up with people smoking dope on the porch. I’m not sad about it at all. And she’s really showed up since. But when I was young she didn’t do a lot, other than making sure I had clogging lessons. It’s the low-rent version. Charleston, South Carolina, where the Goggins clan came from, was a big portal for a lot of Irish.”

Spielberg vs. Tarantino on set: “Working with Steven is like being at the best dinner party you’ve ever attended. You’re sitting in an intimate booth with jazz playing in the background. All is calm and measured and quiet. Working with Quentin is something like going to war, with Rick Ross D.J.-ing. It’s hard to return to civilian life after a Tarantino film. You can’t talk about it when you get home. Going forward, I want to stay out of the 1860s for a while.”

Stop grooming down there, ladies: “Can I tell you how much I miss pubic hair? My mom was a bit of a hippie, and I grew up seeing it on her and her sisters. It’s so beautiful, so feminine. To me, if the size of a p-nis dictates virility, the length of a woman’s pubic hair dictates her femininity. Men don’t even want hair on their bodies anymore. What’s going on? We’re animals, man! It’s really f**king weird.”

[From Vulture/NY Mag]

Man, Walton is not shy when it comes to talking about hair down there, is he? We’ve already discussed the mutual revulsion of other celebrities who dislike “a clean slate” on a woman as well — Janeane Garafalo believes it’s a problem, and Daniel Radcliffe thinks it’s f***ing creepy when a woman goes hairless. But Walton phrases his opinion in a more flattering manner. He just likes the way an ungroomed lady looks, you know? Although it’s a bit strange that he often saw his mom and his aunts walking around naked while he was growing up, but to each their own, I guess.

Here’s that photo of Timothy Olyphant. Admittedly, his hair looks pretty awful slicked back like this, but damn, nice bulge.

Timothy Olyphant

Walton Goggins

Walton Goggins

Photos courtesy of FX and WENN

 

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  1. Cinnamon says:

    1-im addicted to sons of anarchy right now and have yet to see this episode so im intrigued (only on season 4 on netflix)
    2-his career really IS on fire. good on him

    3-eh…OUR generation of guys prefer hairless but truth be told, once you are married and all they dont care unless you go wookie. keep it groomed and its all good.

    • Joanna says:

      no offense but i disagree on 3. i used to go hairless but i had guys tell me it creeped them out, too much like how a little girl would look down there.

      • Isa says:

        I agree with number 3. I’ve never had a man complain or request a a change. I think as long as a man can find it he doesn’t care. Lol.

      • Moneypenny says:

        I’m with you here. My husband finds hairlessness a huge turn-off. He says he feels like a pedophile sleeping with a child–grown women are supposed to have hair down there. Now, of course, grooming is necessary, but I’m pleased I don’t have to find the time to wax :) .

      • MaiGirl says:

        To each her own, but I prefer some groomed hair. It just looks too naked and young to me without it, and it isn’t aesthetically pleasing, in my opinion. I am a bit pissed, though, by how many men and women publicly talk about it being gross, while privately, I agree, never had any complaints from dudes. Waxing hurts, and I hate to think that some women might feel that they have to do it because of social pressure and pr0n.

    • Minnie says:

      Your wookie comment made me laugh!!!

    • Canda says:

      Not sure if it’s a “generation” issue or not, but I personally prefer no hair on certain public areas, due to the “cactus in the underpants” feeling, but I certainly do leave SOME to remind my husband that I’m a woman, not a child. He certainly doesn’t mind it at all. Plus, I’m mediterranean and going totally bald is next to impossible (and painful). Same with men… dong hair isn’t cool, but a little trimmed bush is sexy. If you take into account that I don’t think anyone enjoys loose pubes in their mouth, use that as a guide for what areas to keep hairless or neatly trimmed.

    • Lishka says:

      OMG! that tranny in SOA was HIM??????

      Bwaaaahahahahaha, he’s awesome! Lol. I was like, daaaayum, where did they FIND that tranny??? And you are right, if that was him! The HOURS he must have spent in the make up chair! That rack!!! Wow!

    • TwistBarbie says:

      I’m not sure what you mean by “OUR” generation, but my boyfriend is 22 and he prefers me to grow a full bush, or at least something. While I can’t speak for all of “MY” generation (I’m 30) I find most men tend to prefer some well groomed hair. A “Welcome mat” if you will.

      • deehunny says:

        I think most men 20-30 prefer bald eagle or short- not fully grown out.

        To avoid the bald eagle tenderness/chaif (sp) of that soft skin after sex or any type of rubbing, I use my husbands Wahl buzz cutter. Still short but doesn’t irritate the skin. Hope that wasn’t TMI!

  2. Jayna says:

    I find hairless creepy too, like a prepubescent female. A groomed landing strip many guys prefer. I don’t know about ungroomed. LOL. Not hairy women might be ok, but hairy women, like Madonna, I bet few men of today could handle. (I remember seeing that nude shot of her when she was like 18 or so)

  3. Birdie says:

    He looks hotter as a woman to me. The pubic hair thing, to each his own.

  4. cactus says:

    You should see Walton in the gay film Red Dirt. Great little film!

  5. Kaye says:

    He’s an amazing actor. I watch Justified primarily to see him create Boyd Crowder.

  6. Lee says:

    Still waiting for season 3 of Justified on Netflix in Canada. And I’m not patiently waiting, either. I love that Boyd Crowder has stayed on the other end of that character teeter-totter. It makes for a much more interesting dynamic than with the usual undeveloped characters that oppose the “hero” in most dramas.

  7. Redheadwriter says:

    Fell in love with Goggins from The Shield. Still love him!

  8. Ms Kay says:

    Perfect timing Walton… It’s Fanuary!!! :-D

    Anyway I like my hair down there, I’m between Amazonian forest and Hyde Park, dense yet traced so you can find your way in and out…

  9. Rosalee says:

    I watch the two seasons of justified and loved the evolving Boyd, then I watched the Shield, and Deadwood, why are these excellent programs missed by the Emmys or other awards programs Yes I know deadwood was years ago but coc%su@er I loved that show.

  10. Incredulous says:

    Venis Van Damme; the belle who does not tell.

    No mention of his Oscar (Yes, he has one) or his (first?) wife’s suicide? Walton comes across as an intelligent, articulate man who appreciates the success in his life.

    More power to him.

  11. Hautie says:

    I need to know why Timothy is looking like hell?!? Geez that is not a good look. Plus there is too much flash on him. It just washes him out.

    Now the thing with Walton, is he has charm. Oodles of it. He brings all that charm to playing Boyd.

    Where as Boyd is a scary dude deep down. He will charm you right out of your panties. And sweet talk you into believing what ever he needs you to believe.

  12. lucy2 says:

    Love love love him. I think he’s probably my favorite actor out there, and seems like a smart, interesting, appreciative guy off screen too. And he is very sexy on Justified, which is hard to pull off when you’re standing next to Timothy Olyphant!

    I think Tim looks a little shaggy because I read something about how in this season Raylan is more lost than usual and letting himself go a bit, hence the need for a haircut.

    I can’t recommend Justified enough, it’s such a great show, and Walton’s filmography is pretty great as well.

    Also, read this whole article yesterday, and to put it in context, they were at a gallery with artwork that had a lot of nudes – it wasn’t just some random comment, LOL.

  13. aims says:

    I think its great that he likes hair down there. I think its also weird when a man wants it bald. Its nice to hear a man appreciate a womens body. Speaking of womens body, he rocks it looking like a women. He looks amazing.

  14. wow says:

    How do some men expect women to be slightly hairy or just hair – and expect them to get away with wearing a swim suit or bikini?

  15. Jenna says:

    It’s Venus Love!!! That was my favorite episode of SoA by far! lol Can’t wait for ‘Justified’!!! Curious about what’s going to happen this season though. Oh Raylan, Raylan.

  16. Annie says:

    Did he just quote his mother as a source for beautiful pubic hair? Wow. That is a deal breaker to me: “Baby, can you stop waxing? I really think a full power muff is beautiful, I really do” “Wow, really?” “Yes, it’s very feminine and I miss it” “Wow. You like it that much?” “Yes, I grew up with a hippie mom and aunts and I always admired their bushes.” RUN FORREST RUN!

    It’s bad enough they compare you with exes but with their moms? Nope. You’ll never be as good as mom. Also, run.

  17. Tiffany27 says:

    I love love love this man SFM!!! I would go full blown Chewbacca down there if he wanted. Justified starts up tonight yay!!!

  18. The Original Mia says:

    Love Wally! He must have lived in GA at some point because we claim him. He is an amazing actor.

    One quibble, there wouldn’t be a Justified without the twin forces of Boyd & Raylan. Their love hate relationship is what drives the show. They can’t survive without each other.

  19. annabelle says:

    Oh, thank you for this.
    I love Walton so, so, so much. Really both of the men of Justified light my fire and my love of SoA is long noted.

    His portrayal of Venus and inside story behind the creation of that character and those scenes is one of my favorite interviews.
    http://insidetv.ew.com/2012/10/09/sons-of-anarchy-venus-van-dam/

  20. Gracie says:

    I’m a hirisute as well, and can admit its my only insecurity and if its not eyebrows, eyelashes, or on my hair, it’s gotta go. I sugar, epilate, depilate, pluck, thread,I hate it, but I can’t be hairy. It’s something wrong with my hormones, cause my mom and my grandma had the same problem. Since I’m 17 I can’t wax down there yet, but once I turn 18 I will. I’ve always hated being hairy, since I was at least 4 or 5, so I don’t think it has anything to do with our “hairless culture”.

  21. lori says:

    I do believe the rise in bearded faces is directly proportionate to the rise is bald cooters. I’m sure there a mathematical equation in this.

  22. Minxx says:

    In my experience, the more masculine and secure a man is, the more likely he wants to see a “natural” looking female parts. I had a guy beg me NOT to pluck there… I trim though to keep it under control. Bold = pr0n to me.

  23. jc126 says:

    I love Walton Goggins. He was so fabulous on The Shield, too. Did you guys know his first wife committed suicide about 2004? I really feel for the guy, going through that.
    WRT body hair, I have started to get bikini laser treatments. I would prefer to leave a landing strip, just a little. However, for me, it’s thicker nearer to the middle, so it’s hard to just have a little left over. It’s like virgin forest land, very dense in the middle, less thick on the outskirts. It’s all-or-nothing, basically.

  24. fabgrrl says:

    I didn’t really care when I was younger. But after having a baby girl, the idea of THAT on a grown woman is creepy to me. No pubic hair = child.

  25. HotPockets says:

    I think a lot of men prefer a little hair down there on their ladies, but society’s standards try to make it seem that isn’t so. I have had my hubby tell me multiple times he isn’t turned on by hairless, that it is too prepubescent for him and that real women have pubic hair. The only time I do a full on hair removal is when I put on my teeny weeny bikini, other then that, forget it.

    I am relieved to hear more men come out and say they don’t mind pubic hair on a woman because they shouldn’t, it’s natural and it should be seen more so as a coming of passage.

  26. QQ says:

    IDK yall In SoFl seems De Rigueur to go bald, or as much as possible, Im not fond of hair on me so If it’s not in my head or eyebrows is going (also im always at the beach, sometimes the clothing optional beach) HOWEVER I LOVE a guy with his own natural hairiness, yet Here?!? Youd be hard pressed to find a guy that isnt shaving/plucking everything everywhere himself (THEIR LEGS EVEN!) is THE Worst!

    Also a a single dating girl, trust me, They ask/inquire about it like “is it brazilian?” “Are you shaved? Im Shaved?” ( no, we pass on those guys)

  27. Lem says:

    Goggins doesn’t photograph well because he’s not strictly physically attractive. He’s a tad bobbleheaded. He’s totally right, about cable, authentic acting, and bushes.
    His hotness has been trained. He needs his expressions & his body in motion, the rhythm of his voice, the deference in his tone, the self confidence. He can be a very sexy man. It says more than a little something that he can make us appreciate the sexiness of Boyd (in itself a feat given the character) against the drink of water that is Raylan Givins. -picture notwithstanding
    He is uber talented.

  28. TheOriginalKitten says:

    I’ve loved Walton Goggins since his work on The Shield-really talented guy and I’m glad to see others recognizing his talent.

    Regarding hair…hmmm..I like to be tidy but I’m not the type to go get a Brazilian wax-the only stranger getting that close to my biscuits is my gyno.

    As far as dudes go-I admit, ultra-hairiness is sort of a turn-off but not necessarily a complete deal-breaker. Ideally, a guy doesn’t look like a seal when he’s naked-gotta have some fur but when all is said and done, I’d prefer not to bone an ape.

  29. Jade says:

    Still currently going through The Shield – season 5 now! He used the alias Cletus Van Damme on it. Now I can’t wait to see Justified & SoA – love this guy!

  30. Sweet Dee says:

    So I guess I’m pretty much alone here but I would remove all of the hair permanently besides my head and eyebrows if I could. I was a hairy child and a hairy teenager and I hated it. It’s dirty and gross to me because I sweat an abnormal amount, always have. I don’t begrudge others for thinking it looks like a child down there with no hair, I actually totally understand that, but I don’t care one bit. I always figured if a guy thought I looked like a little girl naked he was kind of idiotic because I have proportionate, womanly curves.

    I don’t like a lot of hair on men either because I have sensitive skin and it hurt or tickled me in the past. Plus, I’m from an area with a lot of dirty hippies and they’re hairy as all getup so I think it just has bad connotation for me.

    Luckily for me I found a guy with a similar distaste for body hair so we can be weirdos together, happily ever after.

    Oh, and Goggins is an awesome actor.

    • Diana says:

      You are definitely not alone. Hair anywhere else than eyebrows and head it’s just such a bother! It’s dirty and itches. Also on men. I don’t like when they shave their legs but the bush needs to be under control because I get all red and again, it itches.

    • Sweet Dee says:

      Oh, good. I always end up in the minority on these types of comment threads :) it’s nice to have some hairless solidarity!

    • claire says:

      Nah, I’m with you. Some people on this thread have weird hangups about waxed nether regions relating to young children. SMH. I prefer to wax, and super appreciate it when a guy keeps his under control. It’s so much cleaner and certainly makes oral sex a lot nicer. No one wants a bunch of hair in their mouth.

      • Isa says:

        It creeps me out that they associate being hairless with being a child. That never occurred to me.
        And insulting men that prefer hairless women by accusing them of being pedos (that word is thrown around too often.) what about men that are with women that have flat chests and hips, like myself?! Guess he should be locked up!

      • Sweet Dee says:

        Amen, Claire and Isa! I understand that people don’t like it, but I will never ever understand the desire to make someone else out to be wrong or disgusting, just because they happen to disagree. WTF is that about? It doesn’t make someone a pedo to prefer no hair. I, too, prefer a man who is tidy if not clean down there–it’s better for oral and it makes me feel even closer during the deed if we’re both clean.

        I have been clean shaven since 18 and have a very womanly body, and nobody has ever accused me of looking like a child. My grandma always told me that at the end of the day, no matter what they say, none of it matters to men–they’re just happy to see/be with us naked in the first place.

      • Jill says:

        Agree with you all. As a woman, I don’t want a mouth full of hair when I go south. I would guess a man would not like that either. Married 10 years, he’s never complained. I’ve asked his opinion and he tells me to keep it how I like it. So there. It’s not that hard to maintain and I never have to think about it at the pool. The pedo comments are weird to me, too. I am also small-chested, does that mean the hubs is into little girls? Umm…no. That’s just offensive.

  31. Ruth Dunbar says:

    Thank you so much for this. I love love love Boyd Crowder. Walt’s got that sexy strange thing going on that I love so much. God I can’t wait until 10pm.

  32. Lisa says:

    A lot of people here are talking about what their guy likes, within a feminist context. Am I the only one that finds that contradictory? Just the whole real woman thing resurfacing. I think I should go back to bed. haha.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      Ehhhh..I mean it’s a personal preference right? I don’t begrudge men for their personal tastes-it’s totally subjective and it’s ok. Not everything is for everyone. For instance, I don’t begrudge guys who have a fetish for big jugs because personally, I don’t like small d*cks and yeah, a small dong IS a deal-breaker for me.
      TMI? Probably, but I think it’s relevant in the context of this subject.

      On the other hand I know girls who will dump a guy if he doesn’t go down on her, girls who won’t date a guy who’s balding, girls who won’t date a guy with little hands etc etc whereas none of those things matter all that much to me. We all have our quirks. *shrugs*

      • Sweet Dee says:

        I get what you’re saying, OKitt.

        I consider myself a feminist but I also fancy myself a considerate partner who takes into account my man’s desires and preferences. That said, he had to like me for me in all my gassy, cursing, smartassed, hairless glory before I started giving a rip what he thought about my hair sitch.

        We all have deal-breakers. Mine include obsessive hobbying (think dudes that spend all weekend on their car) and die-hard sports fans. OH and lack of intelligence. I just won’t stand for a dummy.

        Also, I think the point of feminism is for each lady to be and act the way she wishes, no matter what the other ladies think or what the preferred social construct is at the moment. It’s more of a manifest destiny thing than a “let’s all go to work and stop shaving” thing, IMO.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Exactly, Sweet Dee.

        I don’t get that hard-line view that some women have of feminism as defined as a woman doing whatever she wants, regardless of whether your partner digs it or not. That just seems like bad manners to me.

        I’m not afraid to tell a man to go screw if they’re criticizing me unfairly but I also enjoy making my man happy-which includes appealing to him on a physical level. I think that’s pretty natural ya know?

        I’ve dated guys before who have no opinion about anything and it kind of drove me crazy. Like “Hey honey, do you like this dress?” “Yeah, it’s great.”
        “How about this one?” “Yeah it’s great.”
        Truthfully, my indecisive nature requires someone who’s opinionated (within reason).

      • Sweet Dee says:

        Ugh, we are birds of a feather, OKitt. I had a bf for awhile who was like that, and to me it just feels like blatant indifference. I do my part by not asking the question in a way that no answer is right, but I want a truthful answer when I ask “does this outfit look weird?” or “is it time for me to stop trying to make these shorts happen?”

        I’m super indecisive as well so I find it to be a huge relief when someone will just decide what’s for dinner, etc. most of the time. Does that, coupled with the fact that I love making Sweet Dude happy, make me a pushover or any less of a feminist? I don’t think so.

        Some people, while having good intentions, take on the feminist stereotype too strongly and question every little comment or behavior that might fall outside that box. I’m glad we’re not like that at least :)

      • The Original Tiffany says:

        ITA, I consider myself a feminist, but I like pleasing my hubby. He clearly loves it, it makes him feel good and he keeps himself in shape and groomed for me. Why shouldn’t I want to please him. Has nothing to do with my independence, my self worth, etc.

        Dang, if he likes a tiny landing strip and my toes painted, fine. I get pedicures and nail polish out of it. If it was something that offended me or I didn’t want to do, I’d tell him to forget it. No biggie.

        I don’t think guys who like little to no hair are pedos, either. Big deal. There are for me, bigger things in life to make a stand on. I’m a freaking hairless chihuahua anyway. It’s all on my head. Makes it easy for me.

      • orion70 says:

        I don’t mind quirks, but I also don’t like seeing people’s genitals referred to as “dirty” simply because they’re not clean-shaven.

        I’ve yet to meet a grown man who didn’t do oral sex, so I will admit that’d be a bit of a deal-breaker for me, because it speaks more to not being adventurous or something to not even try to get into it with a new partner. In the world of sexual acts I have always figured that one was part of the basic routine.

      • Lisa says:

        wtf at me. I’m glad I put that disclaimer on the end, haha. I don’t know WHY that rubbed me the wrong way yesterday morning. Packing it into that ultra-feminist box wasn’t a good move, and duh, not even what those comments were getting at.

        I believe more in SweetDee’s definition of feminism. Women doing what they want. That doesn’t mean there can’t be negotiation between partners! A landing strip doesn’t mean you’ve caved to male pressure any more than you have if you have a full bush because it’s what he likes.

        TMI: I like being sparse down there, especially during shark week. Just feels cleaner.

  33. KellyinSeattle says:

    I don’t think he’s attractive as a man or as a woman, personally.
    In my experience, it’s nice to keep it groomed so it doesn’t look like a Chia Pet….tmi.

  34. Lilian says:

    Walton is great, have been watching everything he does since The Shield. He’s a great photographer also. And I always thought a real man wouldn’t care about things like hairy legs or untrimmed parts. Sex is becoming so aseptic these days, it doesn’t surprise me that Walton is a “real man”, good for him!

  35. Amanda G says:

    I go hairless down there and I find it weird that some here associate hairless vags with children? Maybe you’re the one with the problem.

    • kk says:

      agreed and thank you! i see a naked snatch and think “naked snatch” others on here see one and seem to think “9 year-old girl” something’s not right with that!

    • lettylynton says:

      THANK YOU. I’ve always gone bare down there since puberty hit and I have never thought about it as looking like an child. For me, it’s about cleanliness and comfort.

    • Emma says:

      They associate it with being child like because when that child hits puberty hair grows in. It is a sign of womanhood (better terms exist but they elude me right now) to have hair. Woman=Hair Girls=No hair. I completely understand where they are coming from, but I don’t know if I agree myself on that part of the subject

      Side notes:
      I’ve read that having hair acts as protection from bacteria. The hair kinda traps it to keep the area clean until you shower and rinse, along with our fluid cleaner too it all helps keep us healthy.

      Also, I find the deed to be much more comfortable if both myself and my guy have some hair there aswel. I can’t stand when I shave just a bit too much or when he shaves nearly all of it because it leaves me scratched up and I don’t enjoy it at all. And as far as the oral lecture part goes I’ll be completely clean shaven and it still scratches his face. Kinda like after he shaves sure it feels nice in one direction, but not the other. So we both keep some there.

      • Isa says:

        Breasts and hips are associated with womanhood too, but my figure is straight and flat. I get that women prefer hair because they want to feel more womanly, I certainly would prefer a more womanly figure. However, I bristle at being referred to as creepy or weird. It makes me wonder if they think I’m less of a woman because of my body type.
        Anyway, I remember reading the same thing about hair keeping bacteria away. I like to think with our improved hygiene practices it’s not as necessary as it used to be, but I certainly could be wrong.

      • Amanda G says:

        I understand why they associate it that way, but the difference is, I *am* a grown woman. I’m not a little girl. It’s easy to distinguish the two. I mean, if I shave my head do people think I’m a baby? No. LOL I’d be much more understanding if they just said hairless was not their personal preference. If I’m with a man who is hairless “down there” I don’t automatically think “OMG, he’s a little boy!” That’s why I think some of the comments on here are weird.

  36. Lia says:

    I first noticed Walton Goggins in the movie Shanghai Noon with Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson. I was happy to see him pop up again.

  37. ruby says:

    Ah, it’s nice to hear someone say that in the media. I don’t get the hair hate today. I mean, you can trim it and groom it and everything, that’s cool, but to get rid of all of it is rather unhealthy.

    Reminds one of a child or a porn star. Not the direction I want to go in. I’m a grown woman and yeah, that means I have pubic hair. And it’s sad that I am judged and shamed for that (happened when I was a teen, and it’s part of the reason I stopped swimming regularly.) I think it’s become an absolute obligation to wax for the younger generations, but I want no part in it :/

  38. T.Fanty says:

    That’s a bit awesome. Out of sheer laziness, I would be quite content if the hairy yeti look came back into style. That said, I think Mr. Fanty is happy enough whenever he is allowed to approach the biscuit that he wouldn’t care if he needed a chainsaw and map to find his way through.

  39. Rose says:

    Just saw this guy in Django Unchained! And I thought that was him on SoA! That was the greatest part of this past season. These feminist comments and the fact that he dressed in drag–and looked pretty hot–proves he’s comfortable with himself as a man and an actor. I’d love to see more of him.

    Ah, the great pube debate…bald just ain’t right.

  40. Alana Fajina says:

    Never really watched the show [TBH the commercials bother the crap outta me lol] and I am not familiar with this gentleman, but I am glad that you mentioned he doesn’t photograph well because the first thing I thought when I saw the top picture was; “Hmm. Weird. I’d F him.” I’ve just Always had a thing for the weird offbeat types- I’ve loved me some Olyphant for daaaaaaaZe, and now after seeing Googins in drag [for SOA] I am thinking there is more to this show than I first realized. Thanks, I’m in!

  41. Stubbylove says:

    Fire in the Hole! Can’t wait for the new season of Justified. Bloody hell, Olyphant is a sexy MF. Walton isn’t so bad either but is a bit short for my taste – his comment on missing pubic hair is hilarious.

  42. Bobsta says:

    I have Alopecia and it extends to body hair. I’m an adult, yes adult, woman with no pubic hair. Granted, not my choice but neither is it something that makes me think it’s “creepy” or makes me feel inadequate. I’ve never had a partner favor it or being weirded out by it. Am just as feminine as any other woman. It’s like the whole “real” women have curves” thing / only skinny women are attractive thing – pure bull.

    How about we stop reducing women or deciding what’s feminine or not based on people’s bodies?

  43. Jennifer12 says:

    I think I have an intellectual boner for this guy.

    • Mrs. Ari Gold says:

      This! ^^

      I think the next generation is going to rebel against us by being really hairy everywhere.

      Women in our generation are taught to think that men don’t like a bush when in fact most men do or simply don’t care.
      Now we are finding out that there’s a only small percentage of men that really *need* a woman to be waxed to the hilt. I think a lot of guys wanted to experience sex *once* w/ a woman who has had a Brazilian because it’s everywhere in porn. But after trying it almost all men don’t care. Meanwhile women are spending a fortune on it, not to mention all the time it takes, and not to mention how bad women feel about themselves when they haven’t done it or are between waxes.

  44. Memphis says:

    well that was an interesting, somewhat disturbing, read..

    I will never watch justified again without picturing him walking around the house looking at bushy hippie biscuts…thanks a lot, Walton.

  45. Trashaddict says:

    Amazing. I’ve never really obsessed over this (although reading the posts took a while). Not enough time.

  46. A says:

    Love this guy…and he does make a good looking woman!

  47. Eleonor says:

    This discussion is surreal! LOL

  48. I Choose Me says:

    Don’t shave or wax but like to keep mine neatly trimmed. Take it off, don’t take it off – do what you like ladies.

    As for Walter Goggins, yep he’s just one of those men whose charm, charisma and confidence makes him so sexy. And I can’t stop looking at those pics of him as Venus. So freaking hot. Seeing him as a woman is giving me very naughty, confused thoughts.

  49. Bolivar says:

    Jeez, Walt – thanks for the pube shout-out. I was kinda indifferent towards this guy, but after reading the above quotes, and seeing the shots of him in drag (yes, he does make a surprisingly stunning woman!) have turned up the heat from simmer to boil.

    I am so sensitive to shaving that I tend to go full-Yeti “down there”. The one time I did completely depilate for a boyfriend, it turned into more of a horror show than SexXxy-Times: I got terrible razor burn & ingrown hairs (!?!!) and the “big reveal” actually elicited screams.