Sign up or log in to share. These are the reasons why you should always keep hair down there: 1 Men like real women. If a man feels horny by watching a completely shaved woman who looks like a child down there You are a woman, not a man.
With all the talk of women being shamed for their body hair, it's truly a gift when celebs actually get candid about their personal grooming rituals. Not just because we're unabashedly curious, but because we're baffled that the subject is still considered taboo. Here, we celebrate the stars who go on the record about their hair maintenance—from waxing tales to reclaiming the bush. The star of Netflix's Glow had to contend with some seriously high cut silhouettes for her role as a wrestler in the '80s-era show, and in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Brie noted how tough it was to keep her bikini line clean for the job: "I think during that era they must have been shaving, or were they just pushing all their pubic hair in the center? There are some nude scenes on the show and I'd say, well you'll have to put a merkin on me— that's a pubic hair wig —'cause if we see full body…I'm working with something that will look good in our costume. Ashley Graham, forever a champion of owning your body and your choices, recently appeared in Glamour and had the best response when a reader asked the question, "Am I the only single woman with a bush?
I remember biking to the Korean nail salon every three weeks in high school so that a woman could sear off my film of mustache and thick eyebrows, chastising me if I waited too long. Their teasing made me feel bestial. Soon my friends and I all went to liberal colleges, where we read Simone de Beauvoir and plastered posters of Frida Kahlo to our dorm walls, her unibrow and facial mustache a symbol for her hairy resistance of the white patriarchy.
The study even made it into the New York Times , and yes, my first ever quotes in the Gray Lady were about pubic hair. Pubic hair is like eyebrow hair, we have it for a reason. Pubic hair is a physical barrier for the genital skin and traps dirt and debris, just as eyebrow hair protects the eyes from sweat. We are a fine tuned product of evolution and almost everything we have serves a biologic purpose.