There's a lot of discourse surrounding what hair "should" or "shouldn't" be present on the body. While there's a time and place for that discourse, we just want you to do whatever makes you feel comfortable. If that's not shaving any of your body hair, great. If it's shaving your body hair entirely, that's great too.
Why do (girls/woman) shave their vagina?
When did women start shaving their pubic region - Answers
My mom says that you aren't supposed to shave your vagina because god wouldn't of put hair there if you weren't attended to have it there. And that it just isn't right. Because they are slaves to fads, and then try to justify it by claiming it is for cleanliness, which is absolute nonsense. Pubic hair is there for a reason, and it is cleaner and healthier to not remove it. It acts as a barrier to bacteria and viruses, reduces friction during sex and disseminates pheromones, the scents that scientists think may trigger sexual attraction in people. Each one of those tiny razor cuts is an entry point for bacteria.
Why Do Women Shave? I Asked 17 Gals And They All Have Very Different Reasons
Discussion in ' Women's Issues ' started by flynn , Mar 18, Why do women shave there pussy Discussion in ' Women's Issues ' started by flynn , Mar 18, Most Liked Posts. I realize I'm old school but a woman with a nice bush looks so sexy and so mature. When you shave you look prepubescent.
When I was at university in the UK in the late Noughties, one of the most liberating things about travelling back to my native China for the summer break was not having to worry about shaving. Chinese tradition had no demands in this respect — armpit or leg hair was just part of your body and nothing to be ashamed about. This month, a campaign headed by young female activist Xiao Meili in China asked women to post pictures of their unshaven armpits on the popular social media site Weibo, China's version of Twitter. The competition generated much attention from Western press, which reported it as a sweeping feminist campaign by Chinese women against body image pressures. But in China, it remains fairly acceptable to be unshaven in public.