This is a delicate subject to write, but that many people try to understand. Why don’t the Japanese own the custom of shaving the bottoms? Is there a specific reason to let pubic hairs turn into a forest? In this article, we will understand the whole subject.
Japanese women aren’t the only ones with the habit of not shaving pubic hair. Chinese and other nationalities of Asia, Europe and Africa also have the same custom. Westerners for some reason have created the idea that shaving their hair is a sign of hygiene, but forget that the hair grows to protect the parties.
Just as a man totally shaved in Brazil is something shameful and strange, Japanese feel the same way if they are completely unprotected. Although pubic hair is not trimmed, the hair on the armpit and beard is seen as a lack of hygiene in Japan and should be trimmed.
The real question should be: Why do Westerners shave pubic hair!
How did the custom of not shaving pubic hair shave?
Like most Japanese customs, China had some influence on this issue. Only we should look at the reality of our ancestors, where I doubt enough that they trimmed the hairs.
Currently, in all countries women have the decision to scrape their low parts or not. She is often shaved thinking of pleasing man or following local customs. In the West it is even more common to scrape because of the heat, where sweat can cause itching and even fungi if there is no sanitization.
It may not have much relationship, but in China there was a proverb of Confucius where he says that the fur is sacred:
Our Bodies – All our skin and skin, are received from our parents and we should not presume or hurt them. This is the beginning of piety affiliate (Chapter 1 of the Book Piety Branch;
This proverb does not mean much, but it can leave an idea that the Japanese and other Asians consider as an important part of their own by the private parts. Let’s understand more about this ahead.
Why don’t Japanese shave pubic hair?
The real reason is simple, the Japanese don’t care if they’re shaved or not. But there are several comments on this subject that can give a good idea of why Japanese women do not scrape their pubic hair:
Puberty – For Japanese hairs, pubic hair is a sign of puberty, removing them entirely is like a sign of immaturity or a refusal to adulthood.
Onsen – Can you imagine a Japanese fully shaved on an onsen while the others are fully capping their parts? The forest serves as a protection! If someone does this, it can generate gossip and get undue attention.
Prostitution – There are reports that Japanese prostitutes from formerly shaved their pubic hair during the Edo period. Women don’t shave their hair so they don’t be associated with prostitutes.
Lack of need – In Japan there is no hellish heat all year round as in Brazil, Japanese people do not feel bothered by the fur, so they have no need to remove them.
The hairs mean adulthood and maturity, they are something to be proud of and not to get rid of.
By the scraped is equal to a White Stone in the Mahjong
There is a Japanese term to refer to the pubian parts scraped or with few by (prepubescent) called paipan (パイパン). The term is also often used to refer to problems where hair snot growing (Glabro).
This term originated from the Chinese who is also a white dragon piece of Mahjong’s game. This piece is an all-white tile that represents ended up becoming the representation of the absence of female hair.
The term paipan became popular after it entered the fetish of shaved genitals in Japanese culture because of Western pornography. The impact was very low on Japanese culture and the market for girls without hair did not become profitable in Japan, thus showing that the Japanese prefer women with pubic hair.
Interestingly pubic hairs do not usually prevail in adult animes and manga, probably due to the gigantic difficulty of drawing them.
For newsletters I’ll leave a list of vocabularies below:
|お毛々||okeke||pubic hair (slang)|
|マン毛||Mange||by female pubians|
|ちん毛||chinge||by male pubians|
Are the low parts of The Japanese trimmed?
By nature, not many hairs softened in the Japanese, so much so that there are men who never had to shave. For that same reason, but of 50% of Japanese women, they never had to trim or cut their bottoms.
News Post Seven and an online research agency say that approximately 26% of Japanese people often remove hair sons that are in the bikini line. Another 23% of Japanese often trim to get shorter, while 7% totally remove pubic hairs.
I hope this article has clarified once and for all its doubts about the culture of pubic hair in Japan. It is very impolite to write such an article, but the curiosities evolving these customs are very interesting.
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