Pubic Hair To Groom or Not to Groom

Ep.145Truth&TequilaQ&A(1) (1)

Welcome to Truth + Tequila!

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This week’s question comes from Lisa who says this:

My question is about landscaping in the vaginal area. I’m not very hairy to begin with but other than regular shaving I don’t feel the desire to create a “landing strip” or go bare. And yet in todays culture it seems to be an expectation by men that we do some inauthentic grooming down there. I often feel “out of the norm” by not wanting to participate. How do you think sex partners feel about this…for reals!

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We’ll see you Friday for a full episode and a very juicy conversation with Spatial Alchemist, Olga Naiman.

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