Do both sexes who have red head hair also have red pubic hair?
Pubic hair tends to be a bit darker than the hair on your head. And yes, people with red head hair usually have red pubic hair.
pubic hair on vagina or balls/penis
like you start to develop breast if your a girl and both sexes get pubic hair. you basically go through puberty.
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.
Yes. Both genders start to develop underarm hair and pubic hair during puberty.
No. You can have hair on your breasts, but pubic hair is in the pubic area of your body.
She waxes her pubic hair fully and she also has a 70 thousand dollar red diamond clitoral piercing.
The two common changes are :both become sexually mature. also they have hair growth in pubic areas.
Shaving is as safe for women as it is for a person of any other gender. shaving does carry risks such as risk of irritation and cuts, as the hair grows back it can cause ingrown hairs which can become infected too. As long as shaving is done carefully and correctly it is perfectly safe.
Yes, after puberty both boys and girls will.
In both males and females, the voice depends, but for females its much less drastic than males. They also both grow pubic hair in their private parts and arm pits, and more hair growth on their legs.
No. It takes years after birth to develop, so younger girls do not have any. Also, diseases, such as alopecia, may cause a girl to never develop pubic hair, or to lose it later on in life. (Chemo therapy and some nutional defencies may also cause thinning or lose of pubic hair)
when you get your puberty if your a girl you will develop boobs and pubic hair and start your periods if you are a boy your willie will get bigger and you would get pubic hair both boys and girls will get teenage spots I hope this helps you x
The pubic area is also called the pubic triangle. It is the area, mainly the crotch, where thick coarser hair grows. During puberty, your sex hormones make the hair grow. It mainly begins at the base of the penis and the area above the vagina. The slang word for pubic hair is sometimes called pubes.
Boys get hair on their penis, their penis and testes get larger. Boys and girls both get armpit hair and thicker leg hair. Girls develop breasts and get pubic hair. Girls also get their period
pubic hair changing shape of you body
Girls... The primary change is that they begin to ovulate and can get pregnant, evidence by regular periods (menstruation). The secondary changes in girls are enlargement of breasts and growth of pubic hair (they will also grow hair elsewhere but most woman remove it). A girl's hips will also widen and she will gradually take on a more "feminine" body shape. Boys... the primary change is that their testes begin to produce sperm. Secondary changes… Read More
pupose of women pubic hair
clean your pubic hair with soap
Hair that grows on and around the genitals is known as pubic hair in both males and females.
your facial hair is connected to your head hair and your pubic hair as you cut your facial hair your nerves in your skin tell you that your pubic hair is getting cut but is really not
Hair that surrounds the "pubic" region, specifically that around the external genitalia, is referred to as pubic hair or "Pubes". Hair that appears elsewhere on the body is not considered "pubic" hair even though it may become more pronounced or heavier during puberty when pubic hair grows most rapidly.
Boys and Girls will both grow underarm hair and pubic hair. Boys will also grow facial hair and chest hair. Girls will grow breasts and their hips will broaden. Boys's shoulders will broaden and their penis and testicles will grow.
Chlamydia does not affect your pubic hair.
Yes, anyone can cut their pubic hair if they want to. Many women will trim their pubic hair to keep it neat.
In males and females, the reproductive system becomes mature. Also there is growth of hair in the pubic regions and overall growth of body.
Not quite. Pubic hair grows in the pubic region, not between breasts.
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… Read More
it is just lyk the boys pubic hair...its the same for both genders.
No. Hair extensions can be made from several things such as real human hair, synthetic hair, animal hair....but never pubic hair. That would be very unsanitary and besides, pubic hair is too short.
Not always, some people get hairy legs before they develop pubic hair. Pubic hair starts to grow during puberty.
Do you mean "blonde"? if so, yes. I'm naturally very blonde, all my leg hair etc is also blonde yet i have brown pubic hair! i think it is a myth, people probably dye it! (btw I'm a girl) Yes it is my sister has blonde pubic hair but as you get older it turns brown hope i helped :)
The pubic hair grow during puberty. Hair in under arms is also common. Also body hair become a bit thicker.
crabs are tiny creatures that live in your pubic hair - they are also called pubic lice. they make you itch. the itching is caused by them piercing your skin and sucking out your blood. if you have them, shaving the pubic hair (all over) isn't enough. you need an anti lice shampoo. ask at the pharmacist.
Boys- Larger penises, body hair, body odor, pubic hair, more muscle. Girls- Larger breasts, body hair and odor, pubic hair, larger hips, periods. Both- Pimples, mood swings.
"probably not since they have hair every where." ... Not true, humans have hair everywhere... we have pubic hair. so why not monkeys?
The best guess for why pubic lice prefer pubic hair is that the hairs area spaced just right for the size of the insect.
Whether or not you shave your pubic hair is a personal choice, but it's best not to shave. Pubic hair is there for a reason, it helps to protect the genitals from irritation and infection, it can also protect against STD's. Shaving however not only takes away this defense but damages skin, it can not only lead to irritation but also ingrown hairs and cysts which can become infected.
Yes....and? Do you want to know what happens? Girls... The primary change is that they begin to ovulate and can get pregnant, evidence by regular periods (menstruation). The secondary changes in girls are enlargement of breasts and growth of pubic hair (they will also grow hair elsewhere but most woman remove it). A girl's hips will also widen and she will gradually take on a more "feminine" body shape. Boys... the primary change is that… Read More
do you mean in puberty? if yes, the growth of pubic hair.
not unless they have pubic hair on their face. if this is so, i am very sorry... for both of you..
You can shave any part of your pubic hair, it's hair so can be shaved the same as any other hair on your body. It is best not to shave your pubic hair because the hair is there to help protect the genitals from damage or irritation, at very least it's best to keep some hair to protect within the vulva. It's also best to consider hair removal methods such as waxing or laser removal… Read More
Unless they shave it, but yes. Everyone gets pubic hair.
Adult pubic lice are 1.1-1.8 mm in length. Pubic lice typically are found attached to hair in the pubic area but sometimes are found on coarse hair elsewhere on the body (for example, eyebrows, eyelashes, beard, mustache, chest, armpits, etc.). Pubic lice infestations (pthiriasis) are usually spread through sexual contact. Dogs, cats, and other pets do not play a role in the transmission of human lice. Both over-the-counter and prescription medications are available for treatment… Read More
You cannot permanently get rid of pubic hair. You can shave or trim them, there is also some laser surgery.
Well pubic lice is just like head lice but only on your pubic hair. Lice can travel down from your head to you pubic hair and that's how you get it.
Armpit hair develops later than pubic hair for some reason. But it's nothing to worry about.
Pubic lice are an external parasite. As soon as one transfers from a partner's hair to your hair, you have pubic lice.
The hair is there to keep the area airy. Without the hair, If it gets too hot it's easier to get infections, it gets too much skin against skin and there are sweat glands there too. Pubic hair helps with hygiene and also protects and cushions the male genitals.
Head hair on both boys and girls thickens and darkens in the months to several years after birth. Pubic hair on both boys and girls thickens and darkens during puberty.
I do not know about PUBIC hair, but I know that the fear of hair is Chaetophobia, Trichopathophobia, Tricophobia, or Hypertrichophobia.