So really American Apparel are hanging on to the hairy bandwagon by the short and curlies rather than blazing any lucky trail (I hope you see what I did there) Their visual merchandiser Dee Myles said that the Valentine's display was intended to "bring rawness and newness to a holiday thought of as a romantic Hallmark holiday...by exploiting the lust of Valentine's Day." Myles also observed the need to "have instances spark up curiosity and conversation about what we deem beautiful and sexy." and make people buy things...
I really don't think pubes are important - present or not. I would like it to once and for all be clear that they aren't unhygienic, I once saw a teenage girl go through several emotions in quick succession when she overheard me tell my mother in Primark that a shaven pubis was a sign of pubic lice in the olden days, hence the noblest of inventions The Merkin.
you must never say pubic hair when writing for women
I date myself when I tell you that I had a housemate who told me he regularly applied Immac to his special area, I expect he Veets it now. However I doubt he ever comes up against comments from his fellow men about whether or not his winky-wonk looks like a little boys or not. Or if they are they aren't talking about his man garden.