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.
6 Women Get Real AF About Why They Stopped Removing Their Pubic Hair
Ingrown pubic hair: Treatment and prevention
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The bush is back: Why keeping your pubes make you MORE sexually attractive
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?