Here's what men REALLY think about pubes...

Not that we particularly care.

30 Oct 2018

Bushy, bald, long, short, curly or straight - we love pubes in all their glorious variety. And unlike generations past, where pubic hair was dictated by a societal norm (the big bushes of the swinging Sixties, and the bold bald vaginas of the Nineties for starters), we are enjoying total freedom to keep our pubes in whatever way we please.

If we had it our way, we would all mind our own pubes, and never pass judgement or debate their existence. Alas, it seems everyone has something to say on the matter, especially since there is so much variety in our liberated world.

Just out of interest, GLAMOUR asked the men in our lives for their opinion, not because we feel obliged to abide by their preferences, but simply out of sheer curiosity now that we all gained pube autonomy.

Ben, 28, London

Baldness is rank. I would feel like I was with someone prepubescent. I also think it's a waste of money if it's shaped into super neat lines or shapes. Unless it's my initials or a silhouette, then why bother? To be honest, my ideal pube style is whatever makes the girl feel comfortable and confident.

George, 34, Bristol

I will admit when I was in my early and mid 20s, I did prefer the more shaven approach. But like a fine wine my tastes have matured as I've aged.

Jordan, 29, Devon

Once, my girlfriend got a Hollywood wax and I burst out laughing when I saw it. It looked SO strange. I mean, I'm not against a trim but being totally bald just looked funny. I trim mine every so often so things don't get too out of control.

Dom, 25, London

Sorry, but I do prefer minimal hair or totally bare. I just find it sexier and it turns me on more. But I would never ask a woman to change hers and would never be put off by pubes!

Leon, 28, Manchester

I hate any hair on a woman. My ex and I would always argue about it - she would never shave and I would always ask her to. In the end, we broke up, not entirely because of her bush, but it played a role in highlighting all our differences.

Sam, 33, Bristol

I literally don't care, and most of the time, I don't even notice. I suppose I would only take issue if it started getting in the way during sex. Then I might suggest a trim.