I made a new friend recently, Del, a diminutive midwife.
I have enjoyed quiet conversations over cups of tea (while my children decorate the bathroom walls with crayons), I've wondered at her unassuming, almost-but-not-quite-timidity and I've absorbed her mindful aura. It was then that I realised that I LOVE HAIRY WOMEN!
But it has always been a political and cultural statement, begun very determinedly as a result of doing women's studies at uni and feeling like pulling out a razor was being beholden to an oppressive patriarchal society.But you'd be wrong to think there aren't a whole lot of suggestions for what to do with that thinning mop.Here's a [closer look] at our pollsters' words of wisdom: A few women came out swinging on this one; a full 10% of pollsters suggested a courtesy trim to just keep everything even and kempt so you don't join ranks with Doc Brown. Almost 50% of the women in our study say a buzz is the way to go -- and of those, most responses included a first attempt at trimming even doing nothing.That’s not real and we shouldn’t be pretending it is.Your body hair traps pheromones which attract partners.