Women's Pubic Hair Removal Patterns (Infographic)

Women's Pubic Hair Removal Patterns (Infographic)

Pubic hair removal is not a new practice among women. In fact, we have reason to believe that women have been removing at least some of their hair "down there" since the time of the ancient Greeks and Egyptians. However, media portrayals suggest that this trend has escalated considerably in recent years and that most women are now opting for the "full Brazilian" or "Hollywood Wax" (i.e., total  removal of all pubic hair, including the buttocks). But is this really the case? Check out the infographic below for a reality check on modern women's pubic hair removal practices.

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Why The Daily Mail Is A Terrible Source For Sex News

One of the reasons I started this blog is because I saw too many media reports about sex research that were sensationalized, misleading, and (in some cases) just plain wrong. In response, I have sought to create a resource for the public that provides an accurate and unbiased look at the science of sex. If there’s one media outlet that I wish would take a page from my book, it has to be The Daily Mail. I frequently come across sex headlines from them that make me cringe. Below, I take a look at five of their worst headlines of all time and clarify what the research actually says.
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5 Misconceptions About Sex And The Human Body Spread By Porn

As I have discussed in past articles, much of what has been said during the recent “war on porn” is inaccurate. There is simply no evidence that consumption of pornography causes brain damage, divorce, or violence against women. However, this is not to say that watching porn is perfectly harmless, because it can give people false impressions about how our bodies are “supposed” to look and how sex is “supposed” to happen. Below, I review five of the biggest misconceptions about human sexuality spread by pornography.
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