While 62 percent of women in the United States remove their pubic hair, the practice is seemingly less common for men. In this week's Sex Talk Realness , Cosmopolitan. Man A: Twenty-three. Man B: Twenty-nine.
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.
There is nothing more disappointing than taking a new guy home for the first time and ripping his clothes off, only to find that he has "manscaped" himself to look like some sort of dude-shaped topiary. When I bring home a man, I want to see a masculine wreath of pubes around his dick, not a shaved walrus. Guys, this has to stop.
Some guys trim their pubic hair, others prefer to shave or wax, and most guys just leave it alone. You can use a good pair of scissors to trim your hair. In the meantime, your genital area can feel itchy and prickly because the skin in this area is very sensitive. Be sure to read the product label first to make sure it is safe to use on this area, and follow the directions on the package. These products can have a strong, unpleasant smell.