The hair on your butt does serve a purpose; it helps minimize friction and chafing while also keeping the area ventilated and dry. Some people ask, why would someone want to do this? There are a number of horror stories about pubic shaving, but for men who can master the art, it is well worth the reward. Removing body hair can make you look and feel clean, plus it can also be sexually arousing and stimulating not only to you, but to your partner that is of course if your partner prefers a smooth bum—some don't.
Butt hair exists for a real reason.
EVERYONE has butt hair.
We talk about shaving crotches a lot. We talk about shaving butts a little. What is rarely discussed is the delicate, perhaps artistic skill set required to shave the anus itself. We never judge anyone for getting this done by a professional usually in the form of waxing , but we also acknowledge that a lot of you go getters like to do things for yourselves.
Why Shave Your Butt? (Or Why Not?)
When things are properly challenging or stimulating, we suggest that it will put hair on your chest. You can deny it all you want, but the vast majority of men have issues with hairy butts. Ass hair has plagued mankind for all of human history.
When it comes to below-the-belt grooming, your junk generally gets all the attention. From shaving your balls to managing shaft hair , plus everything in between, the boys do their best to steal the spotlight whenever they can. And that, friend, is your ass. Get rid of it. Or at least, get it under control. But doing so safely can mean a few different things. Got an itchy asscrack? Pruritus ani—the technical term for a scratchy bumhole—is described in the Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England as a common condition, stemming from any number of factors, from food and allergies to clothing to simply not wiping as thoroughly as you should be.