Over the past two decades the removal of pubic hair has turned into a national craze, with Brazilian waxing studios cropping up on every street corner like weeds.
Women are by far the biggest consumers of this hair removal trend but men have also increasingly started to partake in the fun, with 84% of women and 50% of men in the United States reporting some sort of pubic hair grooming ritual ranging from minor pruning to complete deforestation.
But when did we begin relating to our pubic hair as though it were weeds to be plucked, pulled, eradicated and annihilated from the human body?
And what if there are some very good reasons to stop the deforestation and keep the bush?
In this week’s podcast episode “The Bush is Back: 8 Reasons to Keep the Fluff and Love Your Muff” I will share with you the history of the women's hair removal movement including its associations with capitalism and the patriarchy, and share with you 8 compelling reasons why you might just want to keep that fluffy muffy intact.
In this Weeks Episode You Will Discover:
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