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Skip navigation! Story from Beauty. Perhaps you've already heard: The bush is back. Yes, claiming that a body part is "in" or "out" of fashion is still inherently problematic, yet many have noted that a fuller-bodied pubic hairstyle is being celebrated in the public eye in in a way it hasn't been for quite some time. In , photographer Petra Collins' picture showing her pubic hair was deleted from Instagram , causing uproar and igniting debate. In , Ashley Graham, model and forever champion of owning your body and your choices, said in an interview : "I have a full bush. Earlier this year, even Vogue noted a return to more hair down there — a trend likened by waxer Pat Stark to the "return to thicker brows. Throughout the '90s and the '00s, hair trends came and went, as trends are wont to do. Being a young woman growing into her body during the s meant that a lot of what I saw didn't have much hair on it at all. And although many women have resolutely refused to bow to societal pressure when it comes to body hair, one only has to recall the ubiquity of the Brazilian back then to remember how intense that pressure once was.
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Many women groom their pubic hair to enhance their attractiveness and sexuality. This form of beautification began in ancient times and continues to the present day. In Renaissance Italian art, female nudes were often depicted bald between the legs, but the art of the same era in Northern Europe shows full bushes. This trend has gained momentum in our times. Will salons appear in the Caribbean that specialize in cornrows for the pubis? Beads and all? In part, this was due to a trend in the porn industry where it was common for women to shave the pubic area. As pornography has become more accepted in the general public, more women have mimicked what they have seen. In this way, pubic hair shaving has become mainstream. With this trend came increased pressure to avoid revealing pubic hair by removing it.

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A nationally representative study out of the University of California, San Francisco found that nearly 84 percent of the 3, women surveyed had groomed their pubic hair, and 62 percent had removed it all at least once. Shaving with a nonelectric razor was the most popular method of grooming, followed by trimming with scissors and shaving with an electric razor. Even the current natural-is-beautiful, pro-body-hair movement is a cultural product and one that tends to focus on the hair of cis white women , at that. Women and femmes are far from a monolith, however. Beauty standards interact with gender identity, race, sexuality, relationships, and, yes, simple convenience to influence how we approach our pubes. And while ultimately we may not be able to separate our bush-care choices from beauty ideals, we can stop attaching moral judgments to pubic hair. Ahead, NSFW portraits and uncensored thoughts on the hair down there. And so I kind of just woke up one day and So then I was [like], OK, so then, if I can apply this to my body hair on my legs, what about my bush? I feel really good about it.

Skip navigation! Story from Beauty. Perhaps you've already heard: The bush is back. Yes, claiming that a body part is "in" or "out" of fashion is still inherently problematic, yet many have noted that a fuller-bodied pubic hairstyle is being celebrated in the public eye in in a way it hasn't been for quite some time.

In , photographer Petra Collins' picture showing her pubic hair was deleted from Instagram , causing uproar and igniting debate. In , Ashley Graham, model and forever champion of owning your body and your choices, said in an interview : "I have a full bush. Earlier this year, even Vogue noted a return to more hair down there — a trend likened by waxer Pat Stark to the "return to thicker brows.

Throughout the '90s and the '00s, hair trends came and went, as trends are wont to do. Being a young woman growing into her body during the s meant that a lot of what I saw didn't have much hair on it at all. And although many women have resolutely refused to bow to societal pressure when it comes to body hair, one only has to recall the ubiquity of the Brazilian back then to remember how intense that pressure once was. In reality, the eulogy for a fully dressed mons pubis was written way before the dawn of low-rise jeans and the desire for a hot wax.

Because, of course, women have been waxing, shaving, and preening their nether regions since the dawn of time. If early Renaissance art is anything to go by , one would expect the female body to present in real life as completely hairless.

In , a book of secret recipes for all kinds of hair removal advocates a mixture of arsenic and quicklime. The book advises: "Wash the skin when it becomes hot, so as not to remove the flesh. Methods of hair removal for Grecian women ranged from the arduous task of plucking out the hairs one by one to singeing them off with hot ashes or a burning lamp. In the Elizabethan era, women were more inclined to keep their pubic hair intact, although some still opted to go hairless, mainly to decrease the risk of contracting pubic lice.

In light, then, of evidence suggesting that women have been burning, boiling, and lacerating their skin since the dawn of time in the search for ultimate beauty, the recent mainstream appreciation of female body hair is actually pretty radical. When I first noticed hair growing in my pubic area, my instinct was to shave it all off.

Knowing I had control over my own body gave me a sense of autonomy that young women so often crave. Nowadays, however, I leave my pubes to grow out for so long that if I wear a skirt or a dress in high temperatures, I run the risk of starting a bushfire. A world away from violating our vulvas with arsenic and burning ourselves at the follicle, we are getting much closer to lacerating societal ideals about what our bodies should look like in order to be accepted or desired. I spoke to five other women who have given up hair removal down there and are ready to dispense a long, tall "follicle off" to anyone who still assumes the right to suggest what they should or should not do with their pubic hair.

This story was originally published on Refinery29 UK. In August , I shaved off all my hair.



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