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We mused that it may be down to the colder weather, as though our pubic hair is a sensible fashion choice like a new scarf or a pair of Ugg boots. I know that David Cameron’s solution to rising gas bills is to put on a jumper but I don’t recall him telling people to enlist the help of their potentially toasty pubic thatch.And besides, it turns out that chilly Newcastle is the nations’ ‘Hollywood’ capital with 35 per cent of bikini trimmers opting for this Californian completely bare look - which offers no insulation whatsoever.I knew she meant business when she leaned in close at the end with tweezers to get at the pesky ones too short to yield to the powers of hot wax.Like all good bikini-line-managers, she establishes if you want to leave a vertical section intact (generally known as the Brazilian landing strip) and even asks you to check her handy-work upon completion.Most wouldn’t recoil even if their beloved’s follicles depicted the face of Christ, like the ones that turn up in tabloids on slices of bread.Thanks to the likes of feminist writers such as Caitlin Moran who derides the trend in her bestseller book, How To Be A Woman, removing all – or most – of our special love triangle has finally come to seem utterly absurd.This potentially awkward scenario is survived by merely nodding approval and uttering a platitude such as “lovely, thanks” as though assessing the hallway as the decorator is leaving.
It is also excellent practice for the rigours of childbirth offering the ideal opportunity to practise hypnotic visualisations while your most treasured asset is torn asunder.
Perhaps you already suspected something was afoot from the re-emergence of the lesser-spotted foof in the gym changing rooms. Like so many fashion trends (false nails, hair extensions, fake tans), we can’t kid ourselves that the bald nunny arose out of a demand from our partners.
Or maybe you ditched the razor when Gwyneth Paltrow admitted on the Ellen Degeneres show that she “rocks a 70s vibe down there” but it is now official: 51 per cent of 1,870 women who answered an online pharmacy poll, carried out by UK Medix, do not “style or groom their pubic hair” with 45 per cent of us admitting that we can “no longer be bothered to keep up the grooming” and 62 per cent revealing that their partner “prefers the natural look”. Hoary old husbands weren’t down the pub debating how best to finesse their sex-lives before returning home to demand that the pubes must go. Or arguably they’re just happy to get jiggy with the object of their affections regardless.
Most of us probably gave waxing a whizz out of curiosity and a noble can-do attitude.
It has the novel and fascinating effect of allowing one to see one’s genitals in a way that one hasn’t since primary school (trust me – you don’t need to).