Why shave pussy

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Think again. Copper razors have been found that date back to Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, which means humans have been shaving since before Biblical times. The Ancient Greeks revered youthful, immortal bodies, so they painted and sculpted women without pubic hair to indicate their beauty. In any case, at least some Greek courtesans plucked their pubic hair to extinction, or even burned it off. Upper class Roman women followed the hairless pubic trend, with some men even joining in on hair removal. After the fall of Rome, the pendulum swung the other way.

Exactly How To Shave Your Pubic Hair Safely

'Do I need to shave my pubic hair before having sex?'

Yes, pubic hair does have a purpose. Above all else, it lessens friction during sex and prevents the transmission of bacteria and other pathogens. Some people prefer to let it grow, while others trim it, shave it, or wax it. What you do with yours is up to you. Read on to learn more about why it grows, how it affects hygiene, the risks associated with removal, and more. The skin on your genital region is delicate.

What’s the Purpose of Pubic Hair? And 8 Other FAQs

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.
Getting ready for oral sex or 'liking feeling soft' are people's top reasons for shaving or waxing their pubic hair. A study of more than 4, men and women delved into reasons behind people's intimate grooming rituals, revealing 60 per cent remove all or part of their hair. Women, of whom eight out of 10 admitted to be hair-removers, also said they did it to feel more feminine or because their sexual partner preferred it. Men were significantly less likely to be keen groomers but almost four in 10 of those who did it admitted they believed it was more hygienic. The scientists behind the study said removing pubic hair is becoming more common and is associated with specific injuries which doctors need to better understand.