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Looking Through the Bushes: The Disappearance of Pubic Hair
Not at all. Not only that, the experience of the hair growing back is miserably itchy. ALL of my partners preferred unshaven women, and my late husband preferred me entirely unshaven: legs, armpits, AND pubic area. No one shaves their vaginas.
The New Full-Frontal: Has Pubic Hair in America Gone Extinct?
The New York Times profiled the demise of the Brazilian bikini wax. That was followed by trimming with scissors 23 percent and hair-removal cream 19 percent. The figures add up to more than percent because there is overlap. But we do have more data. Lesbians were more likely than heterosexual women to have not removed any pubic hair in the past month — 26 percent compared to 20 percent.
11 Men Reveal What They *Really* Think About Women Not Shaving
The 5-foot-5 Minnesota native -- a sly, funny, year-old natural blonde who spends every summer bikini-clad on the shores of Lake Minnetonka -- works out five days a week. Her slim waist and megawatt smile hearken back to the polyvinyl glamour of the original Barbie doll. In fact, if Mattel were to redesign Barbie based on the new millennium's ideal woman, she would likely resemble Pinto. Healthy, athletic, alluring, and smart Pinto will graduate early this month from Northwestern University , she's both a role model and a sex symbol. And if you were to undress Pinto, you'd find she embodies yet another trademark characteristic of the plastic glamour girl-turned-careerwoman: Like Barbie, Pinto has no pubic hair.
While in the past pubic hair was something to be ashamed of, thanks to celebrities owning their body hair and brands finally representing realistic grooming habits , it's becoming more and more normalized. But still, it begs the question: Does having hair down there make any difference other than the visual aesthetics? Is it merely decorative?