In this age where the completely shaved vagina is the norm, I feel it is my public duty to every now and then proclaim the beauty of the traditional bush. I don’t understand why so many women today feel the need to completely shave everything off. I can understand wanting to keep things trimmed, but for me, a truly beautiful woman is one that has a nice bush. There is something quite sexy, and quite adult, about a woman with all her natural hair. There is something primal and feral about the bush. A woman who proudly displays her natural hair is somehow saying to the world, “Yes, I am an adult woman, not someone who secretly desires to remain in prepubescent adolescence.” There is just something, I don’t know, a bit juvenile about a totally bare vagina.
I never really understood why the completely shaved style became so popular, but over the past decade completely bare and unshaven became the norm. I grew up in a world where the bush was the norm; now it is not. Yes, I am old fashioned in that way. June Cleaver probably had a nice bush (which is why, of course, she was part of the 50’s classic, Leave It To Beaver). Most porn stars today do not. I remember my first sexual experience with a woman and how wonderful it was to run my fingers through her bush. It seemed so exotic and sensual. All the girls in my earlier life were quite happy and comfortable with their luxuriant gardens of delight down there. My more recent lovers have been shaven, most partially, some completely.
It is not that I do not always enjoy the vagina no matter what, I do; but a nice bush on a girl is something that adds just a bit of extra spice to the erotic experience. There is a wonderful variety to women’s mons Veneris regions; each one is truly different and it is always a delight when you first make love to a woman to see just how she is shaped, how she is manicured, and if not, how her lovely bush may present itself in all its natural glory. The completely shaven look robs us of such variegated delights in favor of a bald, bland conformity.
I hope things change. There is no way of really telling, but perhaps in the last few years there has been a slight return to the bush. I have seen more and more girls with one. I hope it is a trend because I find it so damn beautiful!
Note: I often refer to the bush as the GNP, or Glorious Natural Pelt, a apt, wonderful and humorous phrase an old blogger introduced to the world.