Having hair there can help keep things cooler, so I know of no actual studies on this you may be somewhat more inclined to infections without it. A partner who is simply freaked out by women's adult bodies as they are probably is not someone with the maturity you really want and need in a sexual partner , and might not be someone who is going to help keep your overall body image positive. However, I would like to do something but what? If you find you like it, then you can stick with it for as long as you like. My boyfriend wants to have oral sex with me, and I am fine with that, but he is asking if I can shave my hair down there. Here are a few extra links for the road: If you and your boyfriend are trying to reduce your risks of sexually transmitted infections before the end of that six month period of those practices or are not monogamous , and he's therefore using a latex barrier with you during oral sex, the hair is going to be a total nonissue, since the barrier is going to cover most of it.
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To shave or not to shave? Here's the answer.
I'm going to be excited about your body and the way you choose to present yourself no matter what, because it's you, it's how you express yourself, and I'm into you just as you are and as you choose to be based on your own preferences. If you two are newer partners who have not been through the suggested time and practices for safer sex -- that's six months of only being with each other sexually, six months of latex barriers for any oral, vaginal or anal sex , and at least one full round of STI testing for both of you at the end of that period with negative results -- the hair may be a moot point. Other women report that taking that hair away increases their sensitivity, that not having hair is part of their gender identity, and feel less or no hair gives a partner more access to the whole of their genitals. However, that's something easily taken care of for those who do shave by simply shaving the day or two before any kind of sex, not right before. Here are a few extra links for the road:
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Having hair there can help keep things cooler, so I know of no actual studies on this you may be somewhat more inclined to infections without it. It should be said, while I personally don't think any of this should have much to do with what sexual partners think, that people have a wide array of personal preferences or what they like most if they're thinking about pubic hair in the abstract. That's because the small nicks, scrapes and minor abrasions that can happen with shaving can create additional possible sites for sexually transmitted infections to be transmitted or acquired. The point is that some motivations for wanting you to shave may be things you want to know even if you DO shave and want to for yourself, because they might influence your choice to be sexual with someone, or to be sexual with them just yet. A partner saying they're worried they won't be able to find your clitoris otherwise also is in the good-zone, even though you could probably remedy that confusion with or without pubic hair. A partner who wants the sex they have to look or seem like what they see in pornography may not have realistic expectations for real-people sex which could impact your sex life with them in a bunch of ways you may not like or want.
Description:While I know that's a lot to think about, and probably more to think about when it comes to your pubic hair than you anticipated, I also want to remind you that it is just hair and that hair grows back. At the same time, since partners also don't often tend to have their hands tied behind their backs when providing oral sex, it's not like a partner can't use their fingers to move any hair out of the way if need be. Or who says that they just don't LIKE pubic hair on women which is kind of like saying you don't like noses, the peach fuzz we all have on our cheeks or that you don't like men having hair on their bottoms? It's also about your own identity, how you feel best when it comes to your own body, how you choose to present for yourself and others, as well as about the interpersonal dynamics of a given sexual relationship. Now I thought that was a bad idea, because I remember hearing something about the hair being a ventilation system for you and helps prevent infection. The point is that some motivations for wanting you to shave may be things you want to know even if you DO shave and want to for yourself, because they might influence your choice to be sexual with someone, or to be sexual with them just yet.