What Is the Urogenital Triangle and How to Groom It
We hope that we didn’t lose you at “Urogenital Triangle,” but if you’re here reading this post, then it’s a safe bet to say that you’re at least somewhat interested.
If you’ve ever studied an anatomy book, you’ll see quite a few diagrams of the urogenital triangle. It is usually an underside shot of all of the muscles that control the flow of waste and sexual function. For men, this is the area that spans from your penis to the back of your anus.
No, this isn’t going to be another lesson on genital health and how to perform kegels and penis stretches. Today, we’re going to be talking about grooming the urogenital triangle. More specifically, we’re going to be talking about male grooming.
What Is Male Grooming?
Male grooming is the fancy slang terminology for grooming your privates. For men, this involves everything from shaving your pubes and balls to shaving the inside of your butt cheeks. Traditionally, it hasn’t been a topic that most men are open about discussing, but in our modern generation, manscaping is more popular than ever. After all, if we like our women to shave, why shouldn’t we at least meet them halfway?
Some men go full out, and shave everything off, and others prefer a moderate approach and instead choose to keep a well-groomed patch. This is purely personal choice, and you’ll have to figure out what works best for you.
Why Every Man Should Groom Themselves
How much time do you spend shaving your face every week? How much time do you spend at the barber every month? It’s a shame that many men spend hours of time and hundreds of dollars every month grooming every area of their body, but then completely neglect their urogenital triangle (still getting used to the word?).
Here are a few great reasons to start grooming below the waist.
It Feels Great
Remember the last time that you walked out of the barber with a fresh cut and felt the cool breeze blow through your hair? After you finish your male grooming session, you’ll feel just like this. You might feel so great that you’ll want to walk around without pants for the rest of the night.
There’s nothing that quite beats the feeling of having a nice breeze blow through your smooth and newly-polished package.
Additionally, you’ll also be staying safe. How many times have you gotten your pubes caught in the zipper of your jeans? It happens to the best of us. We’re getting ready for work early in the morning, we’re half asleep, the room is dark, and then all of the sudden we feel a painful tug down there.
The good news is that it’s usually painful enough to wake us up and make us pay attention to the rest of our morning. The bad news is that it hurts like hell for the next 20 minutes.
It Decreases Body Odor
Your pubic and perineum hairs are there for one primary reason- to capture bacteria. This means that unless you’re cleaning them multiple times a day, they’re going to develop an awful stench. This is also the reason why your junk smells so bad in the middle of a hot summer day.
All of this pubic hair served an important purpose hundreds of years ago when people didn’t have access to warm showers and soap every day. It trapped the bacteria to reduce infections and skin irritation. Today, though, there really isn’t much need for all the extra hair.
One of the quickest ways to significantly cut down on your genital body odor is to keep yourself shaved and groomed.
It Makes Your Penis Look Bigger
The average male penis size is just over 5-inches. However, many men still feel inadequate when they compare themselves to porn stars or their girlfriend's ex. This is one of the unfortunate side effects of living in the digital age. We’re always shown what’s possible, and as a result, we’re never happy with what we have.
If you’re feeling “small,” one of the best things that you can do to make your penis look bigger is to start manscaping. Your penis will look a lot smaller than it actually is when it’s literally drowning in hairs. As soon as you trim and shave down all of those long pubes, your penis will stand tall and proud. Who knows, you might even start feeling cocky about it (pun very much intended).
Last, But Not Least… Women Love It
“If women didn’t exist, all of the money in the world would have no meaning.”
This is a great quote that shows just how much that we men do to gain women’s attention. The logic behind it can very easily be applied to shaving and grooming habits. If we lived in a world full of fellow men, most of us would have no motivation to shave or keep up our grooming habits.
Thankfully, however, we live in a world where we’re surrounded by women, and these women have some expectations.
Nothing quite tells a woman that you’re proud and confident of your cock than presenting them with a well-groomed nether region. If your balls look like golden eggs and your shaft is more polished than a sword, they’re going to be more than impressed. If you’re lucky, you might even get the royal treatment.
How To Groom Your Triangle
Many men have tried below-the-waist grooming before and vowed to never do it again. This is because they probably used cheap shaving razors, improper technique, and failed to use any type of post-shave toner or moisturizer which resulted in them getting the worst razor burn they’ve ever had.
Trust us, your story is far from original. The trick to manscaping is to use proper tools. You need a kit. You should have a separate shaving kit especially for your package since this skin is the most sensitive on your body.
We recommend the tools and products at MANSCAPED™. They include a small, handheld electric razor, a refreshing toner, a moisturizing deodorant, and even some disposable shaving mats.
Here’s a quick step-by-step to get you started.
Step #1: Shear The Thick Stuff
First thing, you’ll want to cut through some of the jungle that’s been growing since the last time you attempted shaving. Take your Lawn Mower™ 3.0 trimmer and shave you hairs down to at least ¼-inch. This will make your shaving job a thousand times easier, safer, and more effective than it would otherwise be.
Steps #2, #3, & #4: Cleanse, Deodorize, and Tone
Once you’ve finished shaving, it’s a good idea to take a quick shower to wash everything off. Once you’re clean and dry, apply Crop Preserver™ moisturizing deodorant, then splash a bit of the Crop Reviver™ toner onto all of the areas that you just finished shaving. This will ensure that your pores stay clean and protect you from razor burn.
There you have it! Everything that you ever wanted to know about your urogenital triangle and how to keep it well-groomed and attractive. If you’ve never tried manscaping before, then you should definitely consider giving it a try. If you don’t do it for the women, at least do it for yourself. We guarantee you won’t be disappointed with the results.