Increasingly, women are requesting genital cosmetic surgery, they point out, and in most cases, the women are motivated by aesthetics rather than functionality. In a nationally representative survey of 3, women, ages 18 to 65, about 60 percent said they groomed for hygiene and cleanliness. About 46 percent said it was part of their routine and about 32 percent said they thought it made their vagina look nicer. About 56 percent said they groomed for sex. About 46 percent said they groomed for vacation and 40 percent said they trimmed for a healthcare visit. Frequency of sex, types of sexual activity and sex of sexual partner were not tied to the likelihood of women grooming.
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In fact, in a study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine that asked over 1, university students women and men about their down-there grooming habits, 95 percent of people said they removed it at least once in the last four weeks. Shaving was the most popular—with half of women going totally bald to feel clean, comfortable, and sexy. But not everyone is all about the hair removal. We were curious about what real women did, so we asked eight women what they do to care for their most intimate areas. Read their anonymous stories below:.
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We are all for grooming down there. Wax it, shave it, trim it, laser it—whatever works best for you. And if you want to rock a bush, we totally support that as well. But for those of you who de-fuzz your lady parts: Do you know why you're doing it? A new study does.
It never bothered me, so I had no reason to mess with it. So, when a friend asked me how I styled mine, I was confused. Why would I style it at all? Barely anyone would see it, and anyone who might would hopefully not judge it. But my friend said removing hers was liberating.