What is the short answer?
In recent years, the message about pubic hair has become very clear: whatever you do, get rid of it. Chopping, burning, waxing, sugaring, lasering, altaring, etc. It is unsanitary and has to go.
Often, the word ends with the product you need to use to get rid of that unsightly hair.
But here’s the thing: whether you let your hair down or rock a Brazilian, what you do with your body hair is a matter of personal preference.
There is no right or wrong way to wear your natural body hair.
Every individual, including you, is created as a unique whole being from birth. So any form of body repair or modification is up to you.
The choices you make when it comes to how to present are only for you. No explanation needed.
Why do some people choose to shave their pubic hair?
Most pubic hair removal is ultimately a matter of personal preference. Some people like the idea of a “clean workspace” shave.
Pubic hair was trimmed as oral sex became more common. During periods of high sexual activity, people often visit their gardens.
Hair can trap sweat and bacteria, which can cause odor. This is a problem depending on the amount of body hair.
There are internal and external factors that lead to excess body hair. Genetics, autoimmune conditions, and even prescription drug side effects can cause hair to grow back faster.
In these cases, shaving can improve a person’s quality of life, but it depends on the individual.
Choice of partners, hygiene myths, and personal preference remain the most common reasons people shave.