The hair on your butt does serve a purpose; it helps minimize friction and chafing while also keeping the area ventilated and dry. Some people ask, why would someone want to do this? There are a number of horror stories about pubic shaving, but for men who can master the art, it is well worth the reward. Removing body hair can make you look and feel clean, plus it can also be sexually arousing and stimulating not only to you, but to your partner that is of course if your partner prefers a smooth bum—some don't. Jacob J.
Hello, gentlemen. Many guys are so frustrated with it that they turn to a razor as a solution. But is that a viable option? Body hair is always interesting, at least from a scientific perspective. We know that most mammals have a ton of body hair. It keeps them warm and protects them from all kinds of problems.
Everything You Need To Know About Butt Hair And How To Remove It
Everyone has butt hair but not everyone wants to talk about how confused we were the first time we tried to remove our anus hair. From a health standpoint, it is not necessary to keep or remove the hair on your butt. Keep on reading if you are tired of trial and error and want to know how to properly and safely shave your anus hair. Before you start shaving cleanliness is very important! Do not use the same razor for your face for your anus.
Let's get straight to the point: butt hair is perfectly normal, just like it's totally common to have hair on your legs and hair down there aka pubic hair. While you don't really see it to believe it, most people have butt hair on the butt cheeks, in between them, or both. Though everyone has butt hair, it's funny that hair can be so stigmatized. We long for thick, shiny hair and we're obsessed with lengthy eyelashes and on-fleek brows.