Reasons to Manscape
If you’ve already taken the plunge and started your own manscaping course, then this isn’t for you (although you may enjoy the reassurance). For the rest of you, it’s time to stop being such a pansy. Manscaping is not the future, it’s the current standard, and you’re going to have to get on board. Still, you’re set in your ways and you have your reservations. Do you really have to shave your balls? First, no, you don’t, but that’s a topic for another conversation. More importantly, manscaping isn’t just a means of conforming to the new trends. It’s a tool of empowerment, and getting started will transform you more than you think possible. Don’t worry about what it means about how people will perceive you or any of that. Consider the undeniable and direct benefits that come with manscaping.
Manscaping is about more than just managing the hair around your crotch, but that’s never a bad place to start. In most cases, body hair is coarse, irritating and facilitates bacterial growth. Smelling better is a natural side effect of being cleaner, and both happen naturally when you manscape. On top of that, you’ll find less skin irritation over all. Best yet, crabs and similar STDs are far less of a threat when you handle your hair.
There’s no doubt you’ve heard how shaving makes you appear bigger. It's true, but manscapers are go getters -- men who take destiny into their own hands, fully ready to shape their image regardless of what genetics did or didn’t give them. They are confident men, and even in spite of all of that, a proper grooming will still give you a boost. You simply feel better, across the board, and you won’t be able to keep it from putting a spring in your step, a strut in your posture and a smile on your face.
Who are we kidding? This is easily the top reason. Sure being healthy and confident are great, or whatever, but manscaping genuinely boosts your sex life. If we’re going for blunt honesty, pubic hair is annoying. If you really want your partner (or partners, we don’t judge here) to feel uninhibited, take away a literal inhibition.