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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.
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A nationally representative study out of the University of California, San Francisco found that nearly 84 percent of the 3, women surveyed had groomed their pubic hair, and 62 percent had removed it all at least once. Shaving with a nonelectric razor was the most popular method of grooming, followed by trimming with scissors and shaving with an electric razor. Even the current natural-is-beautiful, pro-body-hair movement is a cultural product and one that tends to focus on the hair of cis white womenat that.
New research also shows the style that is most popular with women. But now men are getting in on the action, with six out of 10 men spending time trying to achieve the perfect 'Blokini Line'. New research shows nine out of 10 women are turned off by a full male bush, but 64 per cent of men admit to having experienced a mishap when tidying up.
The battle against body hair has reached the genital areas. Young people increasingly feel that their pubic hair is disgusting and unsexy and are undertaking drastic measures to get rid of it. The idea is a not new one, but the possible motives behind the current trend has a number of people worried.
Skip navigation! It had its heyday in the '60s and '70s, but natural female pubic hair has since fallen out of favor. So much so that, apparently, there are now sexually-active hetero men who say they've never seen it.
Pubic hair — or a lack thereof — became a talking point this week after several national media outlets, including The Daily Mail and The Mirror, published a video we made for our student TV station. In it, we asked female students at Bristol University how they groom their lady gardens — and the responses have kick-started a debate that is long overdue. As men and women we all have our preferences.