Tweet Photo by Marcel via Stocksy Like many studies before it, a new study claims that most women mess with their pubic hair in some way. Yet what the study found out about why is fairly surprising. The study, published Wednesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association , examined data collected from a survey of women who were asked to share information about how they groom down there.
Hair doesn't grow in the vagina. You probably meant the vulva, the genital region, the bikini area, the pussy, whatever other related term you can think of, but not the vagina. The vagina is inside the body, it's slick and moist.
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Go to permalink The age-old question of whether women prefer their snatch to be perfectly groomed continues to be a source of intrigue among researchers. The latest study suggests most women, particularly those with access to such luxuries as regular waxes, like to go hairless. Bald pubes. Advertisement An informative study published today in the journal JAMA Dermatology surveyed a sample group of 3, women age 18 to 65 and found that
More than 99 percent of American women reportedly remove their body hair, spending tens of thousands of dollars over the course of their lifetimes to wax, pluck, shave, epilate, thread, or laser unwanted fuzz off their bodies. So in high school, I would wax it off because there was just so much hair, and then I would laser it off a little bit. If you Google or , I had the craziest, hairiest hairline, so I did laser it.
Share via Email Let us not underestimate how entrenched hair removal has become in the female psyche and let us not underestimate how entrenched porn has become in the male psyche. Their teasing made me feel bestial. But if my leg hair was a statement, it was only a statement of my laziness.