Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Pubic Hair...
PUBIC HAIR AND PUBERTY
Hair is one of those traits that once had an evolutionary value but now serves no practical purpose. We don't require ‘fur’ to stay warm, or protect us from the elements.
But pubic hair plays an important sexual role in human beings. We're born without it, as an indication of immaturity. As we mature, our bodies change, preparing us to fulfill our unique role in nature. Androgens signal the onset of puberty and the body's new capacity to reproduce. Puberty (derived from the Latin word puberatum (age of maturity) refers to the bodily changes of sexual maturation rather than the psychosocial and cultural aspects of adolescence.
Puberty is the physical process by which a child becomes an adult. Initiated by signals from the brain to the gonads (the ovaries and testes), it produce a variety of hormones that stimulate the growth, function, or transformation of brain, bones, muscle, blood, skin, hair, breasts, and reproductive organs.
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Often politely referred to as INTIMATE HAIR, Pubic Hair is found on and in the genital region of most adults. As part of genetic evolution, the hair covering the pubis and surrounding areas naturally defines us as sexual beings. Pubic hair develops during adolescence and represents heavier, longer and coarser hairs along with rising levels of androgenic hormones -- estrogens -- the primary female sex hormones -- and testosterone -- the primary male sex hormone.
Estrogen comes from the Greek words estrus/οίστρος = sexual desire + gen/γόνο = to generate. Its increase prepares woman for sex and childbearing bringing with it additional body hair, a widening of hips and development of breasts.
Puberty is a phase...fifteen years of rejection is a lifestyle.
--[Stanford, Sex And The City]
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