As we have seen recently, there is a wide variety of ways for men and women to style their pubic hair – from landing pads to vajazzles, etc.
Or if they prefer, they can choose to just let it grow, natural.
But whatever a person decides to do with his body belongs entirely to her and it is certainly not up to us to comment on it.
It may be for this reason that a mother felt rather shocked after two midwives began to openly discuss her hair while she was at home. ;hospital.
This revelation was part of a thread on Mumsnet about pubic hair, in which a woman wondered why some people were obsessed with shaving and waxing their "ladies' garden".
Hundreds of people took the time to respond to the original message by sharing their own methods of grooming.
One mother began by saying that she thought most women completely remove their pubic hair nowadays.
She then explained that the reason she thinks this is due to a strange experience she experienced after giving birth.
The woman says that while her midwives were sewing a vaginal tears, they told her that she thought her "full head" of pubic hair was "unusual".
"I think total elimination is very common," she wrote. "The MWs who stitched my tear to the second degree were both discussing my" full head "and the way it was unusual these days.
"The physio of the health of my women said the same thing."
People on the wire were outraged by his words and criticized the midwives for their lack of professionalism.
One of them said: "I hope you told them to shut up and then report them to their superiors?"
Another commented, "Accept, it's not up to you to comment on it, and shaving can cause ingrown hairs and infection, and that's not what you think when you're pregnant."
A third announcement: "OMG, I am due for the number 2 in April and I will be mortified with joy if the MW starts to discuss my bush!"
"How completely inappropriate," added a fourth.