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Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair

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Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Johnnieblacc(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 01:08pm

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A gynaecologist has urged women not to remove their pubic hair.

Dr. Jen Gunter, the author of The Vagina Bible, warned against waxing or shaving because it can cause “microscopic trauma” that can lead to infections.

While the purpose of pubic hair is somewhat of a mystery, going “au naturel” is necessary to protect the skin by acting as a barrier against the outside world.

Getting a Brazilian may also reduce sexual pleasure, with pubic hair being connected to nerve endings that might help arousal, Dr Gunter added.

Pubic hair “grooming” has almost become the norm, with many blaming the porn industry.

Scientists from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), asked more than 3,300 women about their downstairs grooming.

Of which, 83.8% claimed to wax, shave or epilate their pubic hair, with just 16.2% leaving it intact.

“Hygiene” was the most commonly reported reason (59%) for women removing their hair.

But Dr Gunter warns waxing, shaving or “sugaring” – mixing sugar, lemon juice and water to create a wax-like gel – may do more harm than good.

“You are causing microscopic trauma to the skin,” she told the BBC.

The gynaecologist added she sees women with cuts, grazes, and even infections when hair removal goes awry.

“Pubic hair has a function, it is probably a mechanical barrier and protection for the skin,” she said.

“It may also have a role in sexual functioning because each pubic hair is attached to a nerve ending, that’s why it hurts to remove it.”

Why do we have pubic hair?

The role of pubic hair is not fully understood.

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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Luki5(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 01:17pm
johnnieblacc:

A gynaecologist has urged women not to remove their pubic hair.

Dr. Jen Gunter, the author of The Vagina Bible, warned against waxing or shaving because it can cause “microscopic trauma” that can lead to infections.

While the purpose of pubic hair is somewhat of a mystery, going “au naturel” is necessary to protect the skin by acting as a barrier against the outside world.

Getting a Brazilian may also reduce sexual pleasure, with pubic hair being connected to nerve endings that might help arousal, Dr Gunter added.

Pubic hair “grooming” has almost become the norm, with many blaming the porn industry.

Scientists from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), asked more than 3,300 women about their downstairs grooming.

Of which, 83.8% claimed to wax, shave or epilate their pubic hair, with just 16.2% leaving it intact.

“Hygiene” was the most commonly reported reason (59%) for women removing their hair.

But Dr Gunter warns waxing, shaving or “sugaring” – mixing sugar, lemon juice and water to create a wax-like gel – may do more harm than good.

“You are causing microscopic trauma to the skin,” she told the BBC.

The gynaecologist added she sees women with cuts, grazes, and even infections when hair removal goes awry.

“Pubic hair has a function, it is probably a mechanical barrier and protection for the skin,” she said.

“It may also have a role in sexual functioning because each pubic hair is attached to a nerve ending, that’s why it hurts to remove it.”

Why do we have pubic hair?

The role of pubic hair is not fully understood.

Nice

I'm brave
RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Johnnieblacc(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 01:23pm
yeah not bad

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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Crystalc(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 01:25pm
johnnieblacc:

A gynaecologist has urged women not to remove their pubic hair.

Dr. Jen Gunter, the author of The Vagina Bible, warned against waxing or shaving because it can cause “microscopic trauma” that can lead to infections.

While the purpose of pubic hair is somewhat of a mystery, going “au naturel” is necessary to protect the skin by acting as a barrier against the outside world.

Getting a Brazilian may also reduce sexual pleasure, with pubic hair being connected to nerve endings that might help arousal, Dr Gunter added.

Pubic hair “grooming” has almost become the norm, with many blaming the porn industry.

Scientists from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), asked more than 3,300 women about their downstairs grooming.

Of which, 83.8% claimed to wax, shave or epilate their pubic hair, with just 16.2% leaving it intact.

“Hygiene” was the most commonly reported reason (59%) for women removing their hair.

But Dr Gunter warns waxing, shaving or “sugaring” – mixing sugar, lemon juice and water to create a wax-like gel – may do more harm than good.

“You are causing microscopic trauma to the skin,” she told the BBC.

The gynaecologist added she sees women with cuts, grazes, and even infections when hair removal goes awry.

“Pubic hair has a function, it is probably a mechanical barrier and protection for the skin,” she said.

“It may also have a role in sexual functioning because each pubic hair is attached to a nerve ending, that’s why it hurts to remove it.”

Why do we have pubic hair?

The role of pubic hair is not fully understood.

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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Crystalc(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 01:25pm
johnnieblacc:

A gynaecologist has urged women not to remove their pubic hair.

Dr. Jen Gunter, the author of The Vagina Bible, warned against waxing or shaving because it can cause “microscopic trauma” that can lead to infections.

While the purpose of pubic hair is somewhat of a mystery, going “au naturel” is necessary to protect the skin by acting as a barrier against the outside world.

Getting a Brazilian may also reduce sexual pleasure, with pubic hair being connected to nerve endings that might help arousal, Dr Gunter added.

Pubic hair “grooming” has almost become the norm, with many blaming the porn industry.

Scientists from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), asked more than 3,300 women about their downstairs grooming.

Of which, 83.8% claimed to wax, shave or epilate their pubic hair, with just 16.2% leaving it intact.

“Hygiene” was the most commonly reported reason (59%) for women removing their hair.

But Dr Gunter warns waxing, shaving or “sugaring” – mixing sugar, lemon juice and water to create a wax-like gel – may do more harm than good.

“You are causing microscopic trauma to the skin,” she told the BBC.

The gynaecologist added she sees women with cuts, grazes, and even infections when hair removal goes awry.

“Pubic hair has a function, it is probably a mechanical barrier and protection for the skin,” she said.

“It may also have a role in sexual functioning because each pubic hair is attached to a nerve ending, that’s why it hurts to remove it.”

Why do we have pubic hair?

The role of pubic hair is not fully understood.

Nice info

Be smart and cool
RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Bibookolo(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 01:34pm
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Kosamatukabir(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 01:35pm
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Oluchi(f): Thu 14, May, 2020 01:58pm
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Confirm(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 02:01pm
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Davidodeyale(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 02:20pm
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Dharkson(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 04:21pm
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Therealsuka(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 05:04pm
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Adebuks(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 06:00pm
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Charles(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 07:55pm
johnnieblacc:

A gynaecologist has urged women not to remove their pubic hair.

Dr. Jen Gunter, the author of The Vagina Bible, warned against waxing or shaving because it can cause “microscopic trauma” that can lead to infections.

While the purpose of pubic hair is somewhat of a mystery, going “au naturel” is necessary to protect the skin by acting as a barrier against the outside world.

Getting a Brazilian may also reduce sexual pleasure, with pubic hair being connected to nerve endings that might help arousal, Dr Gunter added.

Pubic hair “grooming” has almost become the norm, with many blaming the porn industry.

Scientists from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), asked more than 3,300 women about their downstairs grooming.

Of which, 83.8% claimed to wax, shave or epilate their pubic hair, with just 16.2% leaving it intact.

“Hygiene” was the most commonly reported reason (59%) for women removing their hair.

But Dr Gunter warns waxing, shaving or “sugaring” – mixing sugar, lemon juice and water to create a wax-like gel – may do more harm than good.

“You are causing microscopic trauma to the skin,” she told the BBC.

The gynaecologist added she sees women with cuts, grazes, and even infections when hair removal goes awry.

“Pubic hair has a function, it is probably a mechanical barrier and protection for the skin,” she said.

“It may also have a role in sexual functioning because each pubic hair is attached to a nerve ending, that’s why it hurts to remove it.”

Why do we have pubic hair?

The role of pubic hair is not fully understood.

Good advice

RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Sampitagprint(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 09:59pm
Still need more explanation on this

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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Wuccikyng(m): Thu 14, May, 2020 11:02pm
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Masterkelvin(m): Fri 15, May, 2020 12:10am
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by SirBee(m): Fri 15, May, 2020 02:19pm
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Olorundarestephen(m): Sat 30, May, 2020 08:49pm
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RE: Gynaecologist urges women not to remove their pubic hair by Olorundarestephen(m): Sat 30, May, 2020 08:49pm
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