Since then, I've tried to juggle everything I'd gathered that a woman should be doing—contouring and highlighting, eating chopped salads, never giving up on trying to learn how to French braid, getting bikini waxes—and also the fact that ultimately I shouldn't be doing those things because some branch of feminism said not to, right? Waxing is the optimal choice for those desiring less hair more on this after my PSA opener , but the experience of getting a wax is probably the most uncomfortable scenario many women will willingly subject themselves to. Most don't realize that they can take these matters into their own hands—and dispelling this notion may be the very reason why God put me here. Looking back, I guess I deserved to have that boiling wax dripped onto my crotch, which then sparked my avoidance of waxing salons entirely.
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Jennifer Choy The Huffington Post Canada Estheticians around the world will be rolling their eyes at me when I say that in lieu of having a professional wax my lady parts, I prefer to do it myself. To make matters worse, my poison of choice is the ever so painful, Brazilian wax. You know, the one that leaves your nether regions as bare as the Mojave Desert. It started out as a cost-saving measure. My ill-advised plan was to start waxing my lady situation. It seemed like a pretty good plan of action
There is no quantity of porn that will ever make me feel like a bare bush is a good idea, even from a cosmetic standpoint. So my thought process has extended past the point of my swimsuit line. In my case, there will be blood coming out of it. In the case of the blood thing, there is just some part of me that feels like less hair would equal less hassle. But something possessed me to wax my nether regions.