Please refresh the page and retry. I n a discreet London clinic, year-old Emma is lying on a couch, naked from the waist down, nervously waiting for a white-coated therapist to start work. They were expensive, painful and inconvenient, so when her salon introduced a laser it made sense to go permanently bare. Six painful and expensive sessions later, she achieved her wish. Her garden was now a desert.
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. A recent study that surveyed a diverse group of women found that more than 80 percent of gals groom their pubes regularly.
A recent Cosmopolitan. While most women surveyed 70 percent hope their partner will sport a low-maintenance "trim," the majority of men surveyed 46 percent want their partners to be completely bare. And it appears that's exactly what's happening — 57 percent of women reported removing all their pubic hair. But what about the women who don't? Here, a sampling of the 6 percent of women who let their pubic hair grow in naturally explain why they stopped removing it and what they hope others will understand about their choice.
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