Almost two decades after the hairless Hollywood wax became the only acceptable state for the genitalia of women - and to a lesser extent men - is pubic hair finally making a comeback? It sparked an intense debate proving how controversial a few tendrils of hair can still be. And, as Vice recently reported, pubes are even back in porn, which has long been blamed for women having to go hairless in the first place.
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Important pube stats ahead! They gathered data from 1, college-student participants self-reported women, and self-reported menanalyzed the responses, and published their findings in a recent issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine. The study doesn't reflect how all people in the United States treat their pubes, but the findings are still pretty interesting.
T he revelations in a new American report on pubic grooming just keep on coming. Evict it, extract it, uproot it, remove it. Perhaps you too keep a pube-free home, and pride yourself on a paved front lawn, so to speak. Why did I write that?
Pubic hair grooming is on the rise, especially for women who are younger, white and went to college, a new study finds. The researchers surveyed more than 3, women ages 18 to 64 about their grooming practices, such as shavingwaxing or trimming. This is the first time that a nationally representative sample of women has been surveyed about this subject, although there have been numerous smaller studies done in parts of the country, according to the study, published today June 29 in the journal JAMA Dermatology.
There's a lot of discourse surrounding what hair "should" or "shouldn't" be present on the body. While there's a time and place for that discourse, we just want you to do whatever makes you feel comfortable. If that's not shaving any of your body hair, great.
Skip navigation! It had its heyday in the '60s and '70s, but natural female pubic hair has since fallen out of favor. So much so that, apparently, there are now sexually-active hetero men who say they've never seen it.
Please refresh the page and retry. Given the gravity of the situation, before giving it a go I do something no self-respecting man ever does: I actually read the instructions first. After road-testing the shaver, my own personal tip is to use it in the shower the gadget is waterproof and splash yourself liberally with plenty of cold water to, er, tighten things up a little.
I have a serious question, and you have to swear not to judge me: What the heck are women doing with their pubic hair these days? No really, I'm genuinely asking, because we've come so far, and I'm confused. To go bare, bushy, or something in between has been a personal decision women have weighed since the s when people first started caring about that sort of thing.