But although the concept of "manscaping" has become popular enough to spawn its own catchy name, a new survey found that men still expect more from their partners when it comes to grooming down below. The survey of 4, respondents ages 18 to 35, drawn from Cosmopolitan. According to the survey, 40 percent of men have asked their partners to change their pubic hair, compared to only 23 percent of women. When asked why they prefer a partner with little or no pubic hair, most men said they just like the way it looks. The result is that women groom more frequently — and spend more money on grooming — than men.
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Verified by Psychology Today. All About Sex. For thousands of years, women and some men have altered what nature has provided between their legs. In ancient Greek, Egyptian, and Indian art, some female nudes sport trimmed or shaved pubic hair. In Renaissance Italian art, female nudes were often depicted bald between the legs, but the art of the same era in Northern Europe typically shows full bushes.
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According to a survey, which looked at 4, respondents between the ages of 18 and 35 taken from Cosmo's social media accounts, Esquire's Twitter, and AskMen's Facebook, men are very particular about the way their partners groom their bits. The data revealed that a huge 46 per cent of men prefer women to go completely bare, 30 per cent like it neatly trimmed and 12 per cent favour a landing strip. Now, that might not come as much of a surprise but what does is the fact that 40 per cent of men surveyed said they had asked their partners to change the way they groom their pubic hair. And, that a shocking 30 per cent consider it to be a major deal breaker, admitting that the amount of hair someone had down below would make them reconsider dating them. In fact, some experts claim that women who do shave down below could actually be putting themselves at greater risk of infection.
There's a lot of discourse surrounding what hair "should" or "shouldn't" be present on the body. While there's a time and place for that discourse, we just want you to do whatever makes you feel comfortable. If that's not shaving any of your body hair, great.