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Pubic Hair: To Shave Or Not To Shave?

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Shaved pubic hair - from GoodVibes BlogThis is a must read article on pubic hair from Good Vibrations Blog. It’s like the author, Alyssa Royse, and I are twin souls.

Like her, I didn’t remove my pubic hair until well into my 30’s. I can’t love my hair(less)style enough. Sometimes I wonder why I didn’t do it sooner. Sex is better for me when I’m hairless.  I also simply like the aesthetics. I didn’t do away with my pubes because porn or a beauty magazine told me to. I did it for me.

How I adorn my snatch also has no bearing on what I think other people should do with their own pubic hair. All types of bodies with all different sorts of hair are beautiful. This just happens to be the way I like mine. With the recent backlash over pubic hair and going natural, however, I sometimes feel as if I’m being judged for my personal preference.  It’s as if my bush exists solely to make a profound political statement.  Inevitably whatever fashion choice I make will be met with criticism.  It’s refreshing to see I’m not alone.

Shaving your pubic hair isn’t the right way. Staying natural isn’t the right way. The right way is grooming your body the way you like without feeling pressured or less-than because someone else thinks you didn’t do things the right way.

Give this pubic hair blog post a read: The Bare Truth – Why I Don’t Have Pubic Hair and keep the discussion going in the comments down below.

 

 

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    • Sunnymegatron
      Sunnymegatron says:

      She talked about it in the article I linked. I tend to see it more so in the sex positive and feminist communities– that shaving is a bad thing to do. Many female friends and lovers in my personal life have decided to let their hair grow because they feel it is helping them make a statement. And that’s wonderful– not knocking that at all. But I get backlash from many of those same people because I choose to shave. As if I’m not doing a good job of representing the sex positive community because I choose to go hairless– that I don’t get.

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  1. tina
    tina says:

    I stopped shaving as a self challenge. Then I continued not shaving (anything at all) for a while to force myself to get comfortable with my own natural body. It was actually so much harder then one would imagine going in. It took me 6 months of not shaving to get to the point where I am confident in my body.

    Now, I shave my legs, landscape my pubic regions to keep it how I like it. Clean lips and a little bush up top. I still don’t shave my pits. Why? Because I like it this way, and I get crap for it too sometimes. The women who give you backlash are too concerned for over a social movement’s statement and not realizing the REAL statement: “whatever whatever I do what I want.”

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  2. Charlie
    Charlie says:

    I started shaving my pits after my scoutmaster told me that doing so would help my deorderant last longer because the hair harbors the bacteria that causes our sweat to stink, and it does work to a point. Now fast forward to my sixties and I was thinking of joining a nudist resort, so I did some research as to what to expect. Traditional nudists aren’t into public displays of sexual activity outside of a private setting separate from any public area. They are just folks who like to do regular activities “textiles”, non-nudists, do except without wearing clothes. They believe that the nudist lifestyle promotes a positive self image that is not based on how much you earn, your occupation or your race. Children who are raised in the nudist lifestyle grow up not seeing being naked just a “sexual thing” and are generally better adjusted to who they really are. Some ask. “What do you do when it gets cold?” and the answer is, “We put clothes on, we’re nudists and not stupid!” Well I read that being shaved was the more common trend but not set in stone and nobody really cares, it’s a person decision and so now I shave everything below my moustache and consider it part of my personal hygiene routine. I don’t judge you, so don’t judge me and just live in harmony. My Domme has never punished me for being shaved and i enjoy when She does the same!

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  3. Cassie
    Cassie says:

    Many years ago I did something for myself that I have never regretted. I chose, without considering my spouse, to have a breast reduction. It was the best thing I ever did for myself, my body, and my husband found he enjoyed the smaller version just as much as the larger version because I was so happy.

    I have now come to the conclusion that I want to have my pubic hair around my labia and the bikini area removed with a laser. I feel cleaner when my hair is removed and have better orgasms as well. This will be the second gift I have given myself and I am very excited.

    Thank you for the article. I used to be embarrassed that I removed my pubic hair and would allow it to grow out before a gyno visit. lol I guess I have come to realize we are all different and no one, including a doctor, has the right to make me feel uncomfortable with my decisions about my hair. I mean it IS ONLY HAIR.

    Quick funny story for you: My niece saw her grandmother in the bathroom and was disgusted to see her grandmother had pubic hair. Her grandmother told her that all grown women have pubic hair and that she would have it as well when she grew up. My niece announced that her mom didn’t have any hair ‘down there’. Her mom is the type to not discuss this topic and so to have it shared with her mother was funny. It was even funnier that her mother told all the women in our family at a gathering. http://www.sunnymegatron4.com.php56-15.dfw3-2.websitetestlink.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_yahoo.gif

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  4. sissy sean
    sissy sean says:

    I am a man and I shave my entire body, and LOVE the look and feel. I started shaving after I had a hernia operation… they shaved me before the surgery and I loved the look and feel and so I kept myself shaved. Get me so horny to see me so hairless and I fondle and play with myself all the time. I LOVE IT

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