Just look at all the advertisements, gadgets, and methods out there for wrangling pubes. Should you nix your monthly wax? Are there benefits to having a bush?
They gathered data from 1, college-student participants self-reported women, and self-reported menanalyzed the responses, and published their findings in a recent issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine. The study doesn't reflect how all people in the United States treat their pubes, but the findings are still pretty interesting. Especially the findings about men's pubic hair removal a fairly new topic of studyand what people preferred in their partners, which hadn't been extensively covered before, according to one of the study authors, Debby Herbenick, Ph.
But although the concept of "manscaping" has become popular enough to spawn its own catchy name, a new survey found that men still expect more from their partners when it comes to grooming down below. The survey of 4, respondents ages 18 to 35, drawn from Cosmopolitan. According to the survey, 40 percent of men have asked their partners to change their pubic hair, compared to only 23 percent of women.
Welcome back to Guysourcing, where a panel of helpful gentlemen answer your questions! This week, we asked, again by reader request — keep 'em coming, readers! And what are your reactions to your partners' choice?
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.
Removing pubic hair is a personal preference. In fact, there are no health benefits to removing pubic hair. In the meantime, your genital area can feel itchy and prickly because the skin in this area is very sensitive.
You might be embarrassed of it peeking out during bathing suit season. But is shaving your pubic hair a safe thing to do? Mary Jane Minkin.
To shave or not to shave … that's the million-dollar question. And if you get razor burn as easily as I do in the winter, it's really a no-brainer. But when it comes to what men think about female pubic hair removal, does the decision to go bare really matter, or is going "full bush" coming back in style?
In fact, in a study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine that asked over 1, university students women and men about their down-there grooming habits, 95 percent of people said they removed it at least once in the last four weeks. Shaving was the most popular—with half of women going totally bald to feel clean, comfortable, and sexy. But not everyone is all about the hair removal.