Random Thought for the Day
When women come into hospital to have babies, I never cease to be amazed at how many of them have the presence of mind to engage in meticulous pubic hair grooming even when unable to see their own genitals. Not everyone, mind you, but enough that after a couple of weeks of obstetrics I asked one of the attendings if they asked their patients to shave at least partially before coming in to hospital (her answer was no, and a puzzled shake of her head-- it's okay, I'm now used to asking stupid questions).
Men, on the other hand... not so much. I spent one day in a urology OR, where it was apparently vasectomy day for men unable to have anyone handle their delicate members without general anaesthetic (can you SEE me rolling my eyes out here?). Not ONE of them even thought to trim their giant bush of pubes. Lovely. So instead, the nurse does it and they end up with a half trimmed wang.
Are men just lazy, or are women just more conscious of personal grooming?