Just as the hair on our head is subject to changing fashions and trends, so too is pubic hair! To dictate what someone does with their hair is to take away their bodily autonomy. Some studies suggest shaving pubic hair may increase the risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection. Sex, STIs and shaving Some studies suggest shaving pubic hair may increase the risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection. It can be challenging for girls and women to learn how to relate to their bodies because there are so few resources available to adequately guide us. Before we get any further, I want to clarify that pubic hair grows on and around your vulva, not the vagina. Read more: 'Are Kegel exercises actually good for you?
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