Why do women shave there vaginas
Removing pubic hair is a cosmetic choice that may have health consequences for some women. Before we get started we need to get one fact straight — pubic hair is on your vulva the outside, where your clothes touch your skin not your vagina, which is internal or at the vaginal opening think of the places you touch when reaching inside for a rogue tampon. Pubic hair serves several biological purposes. It is a physical barrier protecting the skin; it traps discharge, dirt and debris; it also traps moisture, helping the vulvar skin maintain a higher moisture content relative to skin elsewhere on your body.
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The resurgence of female pubic hair in porn has nothing to do with feminism, but with fashion and profit. I remember biking to the Korean nail salon every three weeks in high school so that a woman could sear off my film of mustache and thick eyebrows, chastising me if I waited too long. Their teasing made me feel bestial. Soon my friends and I all went to liberal colleges, where we read Simone de Beauvoir and plastered posters of Frida Kahlo to our dorm walls, her unibrow and facial mustache a symbol for her hairy resistance of the white patriarchy. But if my leg hair was a statement, it was only a statement of my laziness. I like the feeling of a smooth, glistening, clean, leg like I like the smell of fresh cut grass after it rains. I like the showering shaving ritual, the lathering of foamy creams, the tropical gels smelling of pineapples and coconuts as though I am surfing on the shores of Bali, the smooth line of the razor clearing through foam like the contrail of a plane in the sky.
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In fact, in a study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine that asked over 1, university students women and men about their down-there grooming habits, 95 percent of people said they removed it at least once in the last four weeks. Shaving was the most popular—with half of women going totally bald to feel clean, comfortable, and sexy. But not everyone is all about the hair removal. We were curious about what real women did, so we asked eight women what they do to care for their most intimate areas. Read their anonymous stories below:.
Plus, why some have never used a razor below the belt. Do you remember the first time you shaved your pubes? When you were awkwardly bent over in the shower yelling at your parents to stop knocking on the door and asking why you've been in there for so long OK, even if you can't relate, everyone has a preference when it comes to how they maintain their pubic hair.