Many women around the world are flocking to beauty salons to remove their pubic hair. Many are aware that it increases the possibility of skin infections and might impair sexual pleasure. It is not an issue if removing pubic hair makes you feel happy, but if you did it because of pressure from your man – now that’s a problem
A female genitalia that is perfectly smooth, hair-free, has long been not exclusive to young girls. Samantha, the most daring of the group of girls from “Sex and the City” from the late 90s may have been the first to talk about it so publicly (her colleagues in the porn industry did it well before that, but still).
Since then apparently millions of women poured into beauty salons around the world in order to give their vagina a beautiful virgin like look. However, contrary to the popular belief affixed to those who follow the slick trend, it turns out that pubic hair removal may actually impair sexual pleasure. And that of course is far less sexy.
Perhaps it is disappointing to know, but we also didn’t invent the trend of pubic hair removal. It was done earlier. In fact, the first evidence of hair removal practices were found 4000-3000 years ago, in India, and later, “only” 1500 years later with the Vikings. Even in ancient Egypt it was believed that a smooth hairless body is a significant element of the ideal of beauty, and women would probably use creams concocted by oil and honey to get rid of hair, already perceived as redundant. High class girls in Greece and ancient Rome did the same.
Although today hair removal methods evolved, and now you can perform hair removal for long periods of time using laser treatments and the like, but the perception that pubic hair is not essential – also took place in the distant past. And in the past, as now, it is wrong.
A Condition to sexual relationship
Perhaps this trend started long ago, but it seems that until a few years ago it was still possible to ignore it. Women could decide that this trend is ‘not for me’ and be satisfied with only partial “trimming” of intimate areas. Today we see more and more women that are complaining about the need to remove the pubic hair and the harm they experience as a result of removal.
Among other things, we heard of men conditioning the continued sexual relationship with women only if they remove all pubic hair. This is obviously a problem that reaches beyond pubic hair. Conditionality of this type is problematic, it attests to the need for control. But a relationship has a chance to succeed only if there is flexibility and acceptance to one another.
If your partner raises such offer or request – it is important to first listen, you can then offer to think about the intimate area styling together, but there is no reason to accept it as a condition and certainly no reason to do something that is against your will.
Men Have Been brainwashed
Indeed, more and more women of all ages and walks of life remove pubic hair (although research show that as women age they tend to reduce this practice), mostly due to request of the man with whom they are in a relationship with. This is not a latent pedophilia, man who wants it is a man who was brainwashed, that’s all. Men are exposed to porn, you get used to seeing women completely smooth, and the encounter with a hairy pubic surprise them and seems strange.
It is believed that many young men with decreased libido due to various reasons use the presence of pubic hair as an excuse and nothing more. They tend to see a lot of porn, often because of boredom and not because they really want to, and masturbation accompanying it is at times labored and forced, and therefore requires a stronger pressure on the penis, which changes the threshold of the penis nerve stimulation.
More inflammation, more STDs
The problem is that the ones who suffer from this bald trend the most are women themselves. Hair removal causes permanent injury of the skin, whether it is done by shaving, tweezers, cream, wax or any other technique. As a result, there are more incidences of skin irritation, itching and inflammation of the hair follicles. These tiny microscopic wounds are left open, and can of course be contaminated, especially given the environmental conditions in the region (heat and humidity), producing an optimal environment for bacteria.
A study published in the American journal of obstetrics and gynecology indeed determines -about 60% of women suffer from medical skin problems originated from hair removal.
In addition, it’s easier for sexually transmitted diseases to spread when there is no hair, which acts likr a buffer or protective layer. This, of course, except in the case of Crab louse – in that case the most effective way to get rid of them is to remove all the pubic hair.
And there is another even worse problem. Quite a few women experience following the removal of pubic hair difficulties in reaching arousal and sexual stimulation or reaching orgasm. Hair has an important role in the protection and masking, and as long as it exists, they can enjoy an indirect stimulation of the labia and around the clitoris, according to their preferences. In absence of hair, the stimulus is done directly and sometimes very powerful too, in harms sexual excitement and the ability to enjoy it.
However, there are those who enjoy a smoother sensation. Internet research published in the US, participated by approximately 2,400 women average age 33, found that most of them remove the pubic hair or at least part of it – to feel feminine and attractive. These women also reported better sexual performance, greater interest in sex, increased pleasure from it, diversity and participation in casual sex.
Anyone who does not comfortable with hair removal – as a moral principal or sexual principle – does not no need to insist on reforming it, certainly not if it comes as a condition on behalf of your spouse. You can try first to remove the hair using a reversible method to test the feeling and if it works for that just fine.
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