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How to Shave THERE: 10 Considerations to Shave Your Junk Like a Pro
The social awkwardness of admitting you shave your man-parts has dissipated in recent years. Several contributing factors have helped to remove the stigma, including social media and Youtube. There are no shortage of attention-seeking Youtubers willing to talk about their own personal hair removal routine for everything from their rectum to their nipples. I suppose it goes without saying: the more people are doing it, the more accepting the manscaping ritual becomes. For those willing to venture into the wild world of shaving your junk, it will not only be important to consider both the pros and cons from a high-level, but dive into some of the seemingly minute details that could prove detrimental, particularly if you are taking a sharp razor to your tenders of tenders.
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History of removal of leg and underarm hair in the United States
At the outset of the United States, leg and underarm hair removal was not a common practice for women. One cultural change was the definition of femininity. In the Victorian era, it was based on moral character. This shifted in the early s when the new feminine idea became based on the body.
The Egyptians may have been the forerunners of many beauty rituals, but they invested the most time into hair removal. Women of ancient Egypt removed all of their body hair, including that on their heads, with tweezers made from seashells , pumice stones, or early beeswax and sugar based waxes. During the Roman Empire, the lack of body hair was considered a sign of the classes. Wealthy women and men used razors made from flints, tweezers, creams, and stones to remove excess hair. In fact, even pubic hair was considered uncivilized which is why many famous statues and paintings of Grecian women are depicted hairless.
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