Body hair doesn't bother me at all. Women shaving their legs/armpits in the USA basically started because razor companies wanted to make money by expanding their customer base by marketing to women. It's a silly social construct, though I do shave sometimes (mostly for formal things, like job interviews, where appearance matters).
For me, not really.
My girlfriend claims that she's "too lazy" to shave all the time, so she does it every 3 or 4 days. And I mean, everything. 3 or 4 days of no shaving anywhere. I don't mind. I honestly don't, and she thinks that her body hair is gross, but I don't mind, as long as it isnt LONG.
I'm grossed out by armpit hair, mostly because I'm very small and when I'm in, for example, a bus or a tram, I happen to see a lot of it there, especially during hot days.
I dont think I mind it on other people (unless the body hair is too long) but I absoletely hate it on myself.
I don't think there is anything wrong with it, I used to absolutely despise it, but I've grown to like it. I tend to shave most of my own body hair, or at least keep it tidy, but I find body hair attractive on others
Preferences differ from person to person (for example, I'm now dating the second man in my life who shaves his legs). However, always remember: Your body, your rules. No one is obligated to shave anything they don't want to. Or if they want to shave everything? That's fine too. Your body, your decision.
The growth of hair on my body does not interest me at all and does not bother me in any way. I am more concerned about how to organize my business properly. What marketing strategy to choose and how to buy email leads? Do I need a specialist for this or can I do everything myself? These questions keep me awake at night. And the fact that I have hair on my body is all the same to me.