“As we talked, we realised available body hair products were not in line with this movement - the ingredients were harsh, the packaging was unsophisticated, and they focused only on removal – hair as a problem.” , is designed to care for the “unique environment of body hair and skin” in the pubic area “to treat it like your fur, which is what it is, not an embarrassing growth.” “The unnecessary shame around having them, or even discussing them, is being challenged more and more,” she adds.“Whether or not you choose to shave all your pubes, groom them, or grow them out, everyone should be entitled to make that choice.” But choice is a prickly subject in this debate.So, sure, it’s easy to say that we all have a choice over whether or not we should go bald like a baby or having a fully blooming lady garden, but less of us than would perhaps like to admit have the confidence to stand in front of their partner with their pubes as nature intended and say "yeah, and what? “I was seeing this guy a few months ago and when we were lying in bed after sex, he asked me what my thoughts were on pubic hair,” she recalls.“I replied that I literally didn’t care, whether on a guy or a girl.But he was honest about it, never made me feel awful or used. I have never had a man want to communicate so much and caress me and give me the best sex/actual love making I have ever had.I still feel like it was perfect people, wrong timing. We still stay in contact with each other and meet up for coffee every once in a while. I have been with 13x the amount of partners than he, and he still blows them all out of the water.
I asked a few of my favorite male bloggers to list three things that attract them to a woman, along with three things that “repel” them.
A few thousand strands of keratin can totally eclipse every other aspect of a person.
Nevermind the fact that people with no pubes are 80 per cent more likely to catch a sexually transmitted disease, according to research. ” says Shannon, a 25-year-old living in London who asked not to be fully identified, when asked whether she feels pressure to go completely bare.
So, I’m pleased to share with you some expert thoughts on the subject…I knew I’d get some interesting feedback, and they did not disappoint.
Jack from F*cking in Brooklyn, who I love to follow because his honesty leaps off the page.