The Great Diversification of Pubic Hair
"... But a funny thing happened on the way to the oblivion of the bush: body positivity, sex positivity, and a maturation in choice feminism. This is not to say hair removal went out of style: As of 2016, an estimated 84 percent of American women reported engaging in some form of pubic grooming. This includes, but is not limited to, waxing, trimming, shaving, tweezing, threading, lasers, hair-melting chemicals, and whatever idiosyncratic habits one develops in the privacy of her bathroom on a weird afternoon. And so we are at what I’ve come to think of as the Great Diversification of Pubic Hair."
Read full article by Maureen O'Connor (The Cut)