Pubic hair acts as a natural barrier to dirt and debris, keeping the delicate mucous membrane of a vagina nice and clean. In fact, pubic hair can also help to protect against STI infection —some doctors have found that people who shave or wax are more likely to contract herpes, HPV and other infections, because removal, especially shaving, can leave tiny little nicks on the skin. Pubic hair also provides a cushion, so that your skin is less sore and irritated after sex. However, with proper care, bare skin can be perfectly hygienic, and aside from any question of attractiveness, it can even be more pleasurable for some. Skin-to-skin contact feels really good, and it follows that the more skin you have exposed, the better it might feel.
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Emma Kaywin, a Brooklyn-based sexual health writer and activist, is here to calm your nerves and answer your questions. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous. Q: There has been so much talk about maintaining your vagina , and I wanted to know if it's necessary or makes a big difference if you shave or wax or leave yourself all natural?
Pubic hair grooming is on the rise, especially for women who are younger, white and went to college, a new study finds. The researchers surveyed more than 3, women ages 18 to 64 about their grooming practices, such as shaving , waxing or trimming. This is the first time that a nationally representative sample of women has been surveyed about this subject, although there have been numerous smaller studies done in parts of the country, according to the study, published today June 29 in the journal JAMA Dermatology. And most earlier studies about pubic hair grooming failed to include women of the broad age range examined in the new study, said Dr.