The presence or absence of pubic hair in the genital area, including the vulva (external female genitalia), is a matter of personal preference and varies from person to person. There is no universal standard for whether it is “good” or “bad” to have pubic hair, as it is a matter of individual choice and comfort.
Some people choose to remove or trim pubic hair for various reasons, including personal hygiene, cultural or societal norms, aesthetics, or comfort during sexual activity. Others may prefer to leave their pubic hair in its natural state, as it can provide some protection to the genital area and serves as a natural barrier.
It’s essential to respect personal choices and preferences when it comes to matters of body grooming and appearance. What is most important is that individuals feel comfortable and confident with their choices regarding pubic hair. If someone has questions or concerns about grooming practices, it’s a good idea to consult with a healthcare provider or dermatologist for guidance on safe and hygienic practices.