A hairy penis is normal and not a cause for concern. Pubic hair typically grows on the area between the belly button and the penis, but it may also develop on the penis and the testicles. Although it is not necessary to remove hair from the penis, some people may wish to do so for cosmetic reasons. There are many ways to remove pubic hair, from shaving or waxing to laser removal and electrolysis. Read on to learn more about managing pubic hair growth, either at home or with professional treatments. Trimming is among the easiest methods for keeping pubic hair growth in check.
BEAT AROUND THE BUSH
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There is nothing about taking a sharp blade to the area surrounding your genitals that sounds particularly fun, and yet, lots of people — of all gender identities — do it. For many men, the grooming of the pubes is a real part of daily or weekly maintenance. There are rules and rituals, products and tools. Here are nine men on keeping their pubes pretty. The First Time. Taking a razor to your pubes for the first time is truly a rite of passage. For me, it was as a sophomore in college. Maybe it brought back circumcision memories or something, but it felt momentous to me. Very unique feeling. Felt like becoming a man.
Best of both worlds…not scratchy, not clammy, not able to hide a fully stocked British warship. So pretty much just shave a line down the middle. My buddies and the one girl that saw it think its hilarious. Really hope it becomes the new trendy style. It was weird to me at first, and I still keep it trimmed nicely. But anyone who complains about someone having either or always bugged me because it seems so childish to do so. Bushy as possible. When you are muffing them out you might hit it lucky and find the odd bit of food that got caught in the hair. Also if you happen to have a slight itch on your pork truncheon you can accidentally skid it across the rough surface to give it a good old scratch.
The other day a curious question was presented to me: Many women shave their vaginas, so should their hairy-balled boyfriends shave their junk in solidarity? Does shaving your balls make you a better feminist? It was a delightful question. Then I remembered that I had laser hair removal done. Shit, I thought. But here are two reasons you should considered shaving those bad boys. David Ortmann , psychotherapist and sex therapist, says that shaving your balls can make the approaching summer heat more manageable. On the other hand, pubic hair also helps sweat coagulate, which could mean no more swamp balls. The bottom line is that you should do whatever you want!