Pubes

(28 Posts)
tiggy114 Wed 03-Oct-12 18:57:44

Does anyone know when or how it became unattractive to have pubes. I'm 33 now and in my early 20's it was never an issue. I always had them and non of my boyfs ever complained. It was never mentioned. I even dyed em blue once with hair mascara to surprise a boyf smile fast forward 10 years and i find myself in agony at the waxing parlor wondering why i'm doing it? It's not pressure from my current man and i don't really watch porn or any tv programs of that sort. It seems to have creeped up on me and many of my friends are the same. I'm fumoxed as to where this trend started. What do people think?

floweryblue Thu 04-Oct-12 01:21:59

I remove quite a lot of downstairs hair because I use hair removing cream. I wouldn't say it was deliberate, DP certainly couldn't care less, it's just me being ham-fisted trying to get rid of my mohair shorts. I like to go to the beach and wear a skimpy bikini, hairy bits hanging out the sides
just don't look right to me.

Himalaya Thu 04-Oct-12 11:01:13

I don't know.

It used to be normal to have free-range eyebrows too.

PunkInDublic Thu 04-Oct-12 13:56:55

The free range eyebrows are back Himalaya which is a bugger for me as mine make me look angry. I have them thin as I have a rather masculine face and stripping them back gives my face a more feminine happy look.

I am one of the worlds most hairy women, I could offer refuge to endangered woodland creatures in my body hair in it's natural state. I do a lot of contact sports and have slight incontinence so having them off and having any leaks go straight to a tena pad which I can easily change rather than my pubes is my preferred choice.

That said pubes don't strike me as dirty or unattractive, I have a bit of a thing for nice body hair, on both sexes. I'd like to see it become a non-issue, like head hair, some long, some short, some bald, so what. If you don't like being waxed and aren't bothered about the result don't do it.

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