I need help understanding a recently observed trend. As a physician, I see lots of naked bodies. For several years I've noticed that, generally speaking, many straight patients men and women in t.
There is nothing more disappointing than taking a new guy home for the first time and ripping his clothes off, only to find that he has "manscaped" himself to look like some sort of dude-shaped topiary. When I bring home a man, I want to see a masculine wreath of pubes around his dick, not a shaved walrus. Guys, this has to stop.
For many men, shaving their pubes is a normal part of daily grooming. You see for years, I used to regularly shave my pubes. I think I started when I was 21, when I had my first partner.
We talk about the hair on our heads with a great deal of openness. Pubic hair has long been a prickly subject. The media, our friends, and our romantic partners can sometimes give us mixed messages about what we should be doing with it.
Then about 10 years ago stylish women began having their pubic hairs ripped out at the roots. Surely you've heard of the Brazilian bikini wax, Doc? The pubeless look was popularized, in my opinion, by several cultural trends: the mainstreaming of pornography; teeny-tiny bathing suits; and awful, unflattering low-rise jeans.
Please refresh the page and retry. Given the gravity of the situation, before giving it a go I do something no self-respecting man ever does: I actually read the instructions first. After road-testing the shaver, my own personal tip is to use it in the shower the gadget is waterproof and splash yourself liberally with plenty of cold water to, er, tighten things up a little.
Almost two decades after the hairless Hollywood wax became the only acceptable state for the genitalia of women - and to a lesser extent men - is pubic hair finally making a comeback? It sparked an intense debate proving how controversial a few tendrils of hair can still be. And, as Vice recently reported, pubes are even back in porn, which has long been blamed for women having to go hairless in the first place. It's a change in attitudes that the founders of Fur, believed to be the first ever premium pubic hair grooming product, are betting on.
I was sitting in EatWell the other day, waiting for some friends to show up for Sunday brunch, and I picked up a copy of Frontiers, the gay magazine. The thing that caught my eye was how hairless all the guys in the magazine were. I showed it to my buds, and they thought it was strange too.