I wanted to start off by addressing your comment that getting rid of your sexology film hair might feel anti-feminist.
If you do prefer to shave, try not to do it right before sex.
It can make you much more aware of your genitals throughout the day.
So that makes a bush taboo.
Sex feels better when I don't have to worry about horrendous ingrown hairs that ruin my life for weeks.
The result is that women groom more frequently — and spend more money on grooming — than men.
Offering protection is one of the main purposes of pubic hair in the female reproductive system.
What would you want to do if a partner you were with had instead said -- as I feel is the more respectful thing to say when we're dealing with a body that isn't ours -- "Whatever you want to do with your body hair is your call.
While I've never had a partner of any gender ask me to do anything specific for them with my pubic hair, if I had, I probably would have asked them "What if I asked the same of you?
All Birth Control.
I wanted to start off by addressing your comment that getting rid of your pubic hair might feel anti-feminist.