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My friends make fun of my hair down there!

 
 
My friends always make fun of my hair down there. They always ask if I’ve shaved “the forest” yet. It’s annoying! I keep it neat, don’t get me wrong, but my mom told me it’s supposed to be there. What should I do?

 

Oy! Besties really are the best, but sometimes you’ve just gotta tell ‘em to mind their own business. How you keep your hair down there (or anywhere else on your body, for that matter) is 100-percent your business.

 

Pubic hair is totally natural and it is suppose to be there and it’s not disgusting! Your pubic hair protects the sensitive skin surrounding your private parts from getting irritated by your clothes. Trust me, if you shaved yourself bald down there and then put on a pair of jeans, you’d notice a huge difference.

 

To shave or not to shave (or wax or otherwise remove hair…) is a decision that can only (and should only!) be made by you. What you choose to do with your bod is nobody else’s concern. Don’t feel pressured to change your ways just ‘cause your friends rag on your habits. My advice? Tell ‘em to shush, then change the subject. 

 

BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 4/5/2014 12:00:00 AM

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