The other day a curious question was presented to me: Many women shave their vaginas, so should their hairy-balled boyfriends shave their junk in solidarity? Does shaving your balls make you a better feminist? It was a delightful question. Then I remembered that I had laser hair removal done. Shit, I thought.
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We talk about the hair on our heads with a great deal of openness. Pubic hair has long been a prickly subject. The media, our friends, and our romantic partners can sometimes give us mixed messages about what we should be doing with it. A recent study that surveyed a diverse group of women found that more than 80 percent of gals groom their pubes regularly. About 5 percent of ladies groom daily, but a monthly regimen is more common. About 75 percent of women stick to removing hair from the front and the bikini line.
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As the years have gone so has pubic hair for women. There was a time that I think is making a come back when women rocked bushes and it was all groovy baby. Now we all aim for the squeakiest, shiniest toy on the block.
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? It must have been to distance myself from the subject which, even in , makes me feel slightly uncomfortable, the idea of all these people spending all this time removing all this hair.