Pubic hair and growth areas
Pubic hair will be present on most people who have gone through
puberty, as is the case for most ethnic groups. However, there
are variations between length, quantity and area growth that is
determined from person to person, genetics and ethnic heritage.
Society has various ideals of how much pubic hair women
should have, whether they should remove it all or leave.
What pleases the opposite gender and what does not?
We should understand that many think differently and
thus have a preference as to what they want to see
on the female body. Using statistics, we should be
able to determinate what is considered normal
trends in our current days and how you fit into
society with your pubic hair grooming habits.
Excessive pubic hair growth on women is not
considered very feminine given that excessive
body hair growth is typically associated with men.
Consequently, we will look at various parts of
the female body where hair should present
and where it should not be. Femininity is
heightened when you can visually see female
attributes and skin without excessive hair
covering the body, not only on the pubic
region but also from the neck down. The
following information and statistics will bring
a clear insight as to what the ideal female body
should be in regards to hair growth beneath the
- AVERAGE LENGTH OF FEMALE PUBIC HAIR
Do you know what is the average length of female pubic
hair? Find out how much pubic hair is supposed to measure
on the average women, by countries or regions and ethnic