Harry Potter and the Order of the Pubes

By , 18, Staff Writer
March 15, 2012

Being hairy down there doesn’t bother Harry Potter. Daniel Radcliffe, the actor who plays Harry Potter, was recently interviewed and talked about “manscaping” or the trend of having guys remove their body hair. He has been in a play where he had to appear nude, and now he is starting a new project where he will again be in the buff in a few scenes. The director told Daniel he isn’t allowed to shave his pubic hair because it wouldn’t be consistent with the time period in the film. Daniel had no problem with this because he admits he doesn’t do much maintenance on his pubic hair. Although he does do some grooming in his nether region, he also explained that he doesn’t like when women don’t have any pubic hair, he finds it “creepy.”

So is shaving down there good or bad? The answer is up to you. It’s really what you’re comfortable with. Depending on what you prefer, you can choose to do some maintenance in your pubic area, a lot or none at all. Shaving and grooming can leave your area neat, but it needs to be maintained continuously. Hair grows fast and when it starts growing in, your pubic area can get itchy and a bit uncomfortable. On the other hand, if you don’t choose to shave at all, that’s fine too!

As a big Daniel Radcliffe fan, I really appreciated his honesty about something so personal. When talking about a subject like shaving pubic hair, Daniel didn’t make it awkward or uncomfortable. Whether you choose to adopt Daniel Radcliffe’s habits of limited grooming, opt for a natural look or decide to shave your pubic hair completly, the choice is up to you. Whatever you choose, it’s not right or wrong; it’s just your personal preference.

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