Comment of the Week: Bring Back the Bush | 13 Chime in! A merkin would have made a better president than this Bush When it comes to pubic grooming, whatever makes you feel sexy and confident is what you should do. But in an age when the majority people feel hair removal is a moral imperative — that you’re skanky and lazy if you don’t — you may feel like you don’t have much choice in the matter. Which is why it’s nice to hear from the minority from time to time: Glad this has come up! I have been absolutely mystified why removing one’s pubic hair could ever be thought of as sexy! Back in the 70’s many women were fighting with the docs to NOT shave us when we gave birth as it was viewed by us to be degrading and about men wanting us to look like children, it did not reduce infection rates, but INCREASED them; we interpret the practice as one of an attempt to DE-sex us. It was an issue of who controlled our bodies. We thought that guys who were into their women sporting what are now called “brazillians” were closet pedophiles, and we were horrified. We were comfortable with our bodies; pubic hair our southern crowning glory…the curls that we and our lovers toyed with, the shine, the “real” blondes, not wearing panties and feeling the sexiness of the feel of summer breezes tickling our airy furbelows. Razor stubble, wax burns and red infected skin bumps are NOT sexy. The time it takes could be put to better use pleasuring ourselves or our lovers; that part of our body should be treated to as much pleasure and fun as possible. Waxing, shaving lasering = NOT FUN. — Anais commenting on the post What Do Guys Think of Au Naturel? Comments, Fashion, Grooming, Hygiene, Pubic Hair, Vaginas SHARE THIS | 13 Chime in! MORE LIKE THIS Wise Guys: What’s the Appeal of Bare Down There? Wise Guys: What Do Guys Think of Au Naturel? Your Call: Do All Young Men Shave Their Chests Now? Dear Em & Lo: Can You Explain Pubic Topiary Terminology?