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BEST FOR: The application is best for those wanting to share the daily images of their lives.As Instagram has grown in popularity, many users can share their photos on multiple social networks.“And when you don’t shave, you have a lot of anxiety about being gross down there.”For some respondents, the perception that grooming is more sanitary was a factor.“When you have hair down there, it inevitably gets buildup from sweat and whatnot,” said Justin R., 35.
He says a “full, untamed bush” could be a deal breaker for him.
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For most people, pubic hair grooming is just a fact of life, whether it’s a quick trim or a neatly manicured landing strip.
But although the concept of "manscaping" has become popular enough to spawn its own catchy name, a new survey found that men still expect more from their partners when it comes to grooming down below.
The survey of 4,146 respondents ages 18 to 35, drawn from Cosmopolitan.com’s social media accounts, ’s Twitter account, and Ask Men’s Facebook account, found that 92 percent of respondents undertake some form of grooming, with unsurprising differences: Most men (69 percent) trim their pubic hair, while the majority of women (57 percent) go completely bare.“If you can feel it under her underwear or it’s sticking out of a small pair of underwear, that’s just not attractive to me,” said Jason T., 29.