The other day a curious question was presented to me: Many women shave their vaginas, so should their hairy-balled boyfriends shave their junk in solidarity? Does shaving your balls make you a better feminist? It was a delightful question. Then I remembered that I had laser hair removal done. Shit, I thought. But here are two reasons you should considered shaving those bad boys. David Ortmann , psychotherapist and sex therapist, says that shaving your balls can make the approaching summer heat more manageable. On the other hand, pubic hair also helps sweat coagulate, which could mean no more swamp balls. The bottom line is that you should do whatever you want!
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To Shave or Not to Shave?
Women claim to love manscaping for the sake of improved intimacy. While this can apply below the belt, a lot of it is above the waist. They can handle a bush as long as your back is clear. Keep in mind that this comes with a potential downside. As many women dislike forested chests and backs, stubble is infinitely worse for physical closeness. No one wants to cuddle with sandpaper. So, the quick lesson is that introducing intimacy is easier if you keep your body clean. After that, well, you know what they say about spooning leading to forking. Yeah, we went there.
Who Do We Have Pubic Hair?
Yet despite the fact that back hair is a sign of extra testosterone in action, back hair saw no love from our volunteers. How can you admire the contours of the male back when it is covered with a rug of fur? Maybe trim down heavy hair. Find out how to tackle a hairy back safely at home here. The ultimate all-in-one solution, the Series features an integrated trimmer on one end and a skin-friendly, contour system on the other, for a comfortable and convenient trim or shave, anywhere below the neck. See all benefits.
While 62 percent of women in the United States remove their pubic hair, the practice is seemingly less common for men. In this week's Sex Talk Realness , Cosmopolitan. Man A: Twenty-three. Man B: Twenty-nine. Man C: Twenty-one. Man D: Thirty-one. Man A: I've never waxed.