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Pubic Hair Removal Practices May Follow Social Norms
Both women and men remove their pubic hair, and their reasons for removing (or not removing) hair may align with social norms and sexuality, according to a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study.
Over 4,400 people in northern Belgium completed an online survey, answering questions about their own pubic hair removal practices, along with their attitudes and expectations for their partner.
Pubic hair removal was much more common in women: 80% said they did so, compared to 39% of the men.
The participants also shared their views on pubic hair removal as a reflection on femininty or masculinity and how it affected their sexual enjoyment. Click here for more details.