Women Groom Pubic Hair for Many Reasons, Not Just Sex, Study Says
"But while previous research showed that women groom to facilitate sexual activity, this survey found the overwhelming majority said they did so for hygiene."
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Huh? "Facilitate sexual activity?" What is it barbed wire? I've seen wild shrubbery, topiary, and shorn, but never one which I thought needed taming to "facilitate sexual activity." And what's up with the hygiene argument? How many women do you see bald, for hygiene reasons? Zero.
The folly of too much education, too much wealth, and too much time, "'Many women think they are dirty and unclean if they haven’t groomed,' said Dr. Tami S. Rowen, an obstetrician-gynecologist and the lead author of the study." The Internet inane strikes again!
"She and other doctors have seen grooming-related cases of folliculitis, abscesses, lacerations, allergic reactions to waxing burns, as well as vulvar and vaginal infections. One study has noted that 3 percent of emergency room visits for genitourinary trauma are a result of grooming."
So, it's a disease vector, the opposite of the nonsense believed. This is not surprising, education has been supplanted by indoctrination, so why would people actually know anything. Belief has supplanted knowledge, and is rex.
"I’ve had women say, ‘I’m sorry I didn’t get a chance to clean up down there,’” said Dr. Cheryl B. Iglesias, a professor of obstetrics-gynecology and urology at Georgetown University School of Medicine." I'm just guessing here, but do they mow the doctors Medical School crest into the topiary?
I can see how it would work, the crest does have more than a passing shape resemblance to the wild shrubbery!
The ending holds some sage advice.
"If it is something you do for you and makes you feel better, awesome,” Dr. Gunter said.
But noting that 59 percent of the survey’s responders said they groomed for hygienic reasons, she added, “But don’t tell yourself it’s healthy or better from a medical standpoint.”