Such treatments are expensive, painful, and require being comfortable with a stranger putting hot wax on or pointing a laser at one’s genitals—not everyone’s cup of (scalding hot) tea.As a result, the trusty old razor remains the hair removal method of choice.Being a trans-girl tends to develop a more well rounded individual.
Instead, most women only perform total removal on an occasional basis or they attempt partial removal instead. Research suggests that one contributing factor is conformity to social norms.
Editors’s note: A few weeks ago we ran an article on “manscaping”, and one of our fans on Facebook asked if we’d could do a similar article on female body hair removal. Today, female pubic hair removal is common, but not all women do it and there is considerable variation in the amount of hair removed, the methods used to get rid of it, and the reasons behind it.
However, the degree to which women have shaped their pubic hair has ebbed and flowed considerably across time and culture, and works of art and historical artifacts display variations in attitudes toward it.
Alas, few men are comfortable sharing these desires with others.
The reason you’re not aware many of your friends & family members privately explore this freedom of expression?