Does not shaving pubic hair reduce sweat?
shaving -good or bad
It's a personal choice. I don't think sweat has much to do with it (not in my experience anyway...)
How about shaving it to reduce odor that is caused by the hair?
It is logical that if one does not shave that the hair will increase the heat and moisture in the area and contributes to many people having odors, sweat or even worse. Pubic hair offers more surface area for odor and other issues to crop up.
I had a biology teacher tell the class once that pubic hair actually draws sweat away from the skin surfacing our hardest working glands, that it is nature's way of depositing toxin-saturated perspiration at a distance from the skin, thus helping those glands in their natural purpose to keep the body healthy. So while I may like shaving, I suppose in all rationality, the hair is there for a very beneficial reason.
It is a personal choice but many do it for sexual and health reasons.
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If men and women have hair in all the same places, why do we bother shaving?
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