Not always, some people get hairy legs before they develop pubic hair. Pubic hair starts to grow during puberty.
Armpit hair develops later than pubic hair for some reason. But it's nothing to worry about.
Everyone is different in how much pubic hair they will get...some people have quite a lot and some people are just not that hairy at all...
Yes, there is, both straight and gay. It can involve admiring the pubic hair of a person, shaving the pubic hair of the person, or even coloring it. Some get off on the scent, others texture.
Don't do it!
No, most women maintain their pubic hair.Everyone is different and how a person grooms their pubic hair will differ from person to person based on personal preference. Most women do not shave off all of their pubic hair because they understand pubic hair is natural and important in helping maintain vaginal health.
A lot of times, a natural redhead will have red pubic hair, probably a shade or two lighter or darker than the hair on their head. But many people with red hair may have blonde or light brown as well. Those who have dark red or auburn hair sometimes have brown or reddish brown pubic hair. It's kind of like how some blondes have dark pubic hair. Most people say that pubic hair is generally the same color as a person's eyebrows.
Yes, men like women with pubic hair. All adult women have pubic hair, thus a man who is attracted to adult women (rather than children) likes to see an adult womans body. Some men may have a preference to their partners removing their pubic hair, but all men should expect and respect that adult women have pubic hair.
No, guys are not supposed to shave their pubic hair...in fact no one is supposed to shave their pubic hair. We have pubic hair for a reason and shaving is not healthy as it risks irritation, ingrown hairs, damaged skin, infected ingrown hairs, cysts, and increases risk of some STD's.
No, not at all - shaving is a personal preference, not a gender requirement.Both men and women may choose to remove their pubic hair via shaving or other forms of hair removal if they want, but there is absolutely no reason why they should remove pubic hair unless they want to. Pubic hair is supposed to be there as a sign of sexual maturity and to trap pheromones, it also protects the genitals from dirt or damage, and reduces skin-to-skin contact during sex to reduce STD risk. Shaving not only removes the benefits of pubic hair but can risk irritation, ingrown hairs, infected ingrown hairs, cuts, and cysts.Womens' hair styles are a matter of personal preference. This includes pubic hair styling. Some women trim their pubic hair, while others let things grow naturally. And just as some men shave their heads completely, some women shave or wax their pubic hair to remove it completely. It's a personal choice. "Supposed to"? Not at all!
Some would say yes
Means at some point your dick got really scared.