Alright. This is a bit awkward for me, but I'm doing it 'cause I'm curious. Is it normal for girls to have hair in their crack? I'm a hairy girl and my boyfriend doesn't seem to mind during oral/anal/vaginal sex, but I'm curious. My hair extends from the normal areas, to my inner thighs and my crack. Is it normal, and is it safe to wax or shave it? It's pretty thick. Thanks!
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Thanks, but I was wondering if it was normal. Not if it looked good or not. Therefore, I don't consider it cosmetic. Also, I was wondering if it'd be okay to do something with it, so I didn't hurt myself. Also not cosmetic. >:/
It is totally normal, don't worry. You can shave if it's something you want to do for yourself, although I know from experience that it's really hard to get everything in the butt crack . Waxing the area is also not dangerous, but personally it's something I'd leave up to professionals.
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