In this day and age, looking at a human scrotum should not disgust, repulse, or disturb you. Some people are taking this way too far. Yet another example of our inability to evolve beyond our more primitive and false belief's that anything to do with sex is wrong and should be avoided.
You're now a Real Man capitalized. The rest of you need to hop aboard the ball-shaving train. But if you have reservations train, reservations, get it?
Today marks the launch of the Scrotum Beauty Pageantan online competition devoted to the scrotum, the sac that holds the testes, that's being marketed as "the world's first balls beauty contest. Visitors will vote for their favorite gonads and ultimately select the winner. Shockingly, this is not without precedent.
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AskMen may get paid if you click a link in this article and buy a product or service. One where the modern gent takes pride in shaving his balls without succumbing to the public ridicule of coming off less manly. Think differently?
But, there are arguably many reasons to completely avoid shaving your balls altogether. We will discuss just a few of those here. Of all the external parts on the male anatomy that naturally grow hair, the testicles are the area that is perhaps the least friendly to getting scraped with a razor.
Follicly challenged men envious of their mates' beard-growing abilities can take some comfort in the findings from a new study, which reveals a link between hairy men and their testicles. The University of Western Australia has found humans, along with other primates, can be "well-adorned or well-endowed, but it's hard to be both. For an animal, their energy is either invested in producing a glorious mane to attract a mate, or growing large gonads. For the human male, this translates to long hair and an impressive beard, countered by smaller attributes in their nether-regions.
As humans, we spend a large portion of our lives shaving. We spend an even larger portion of our lives dreading, avoiding, or attempting to shave our pubic hair. For men in particular, the practice of intimate grooming is one that's kind of confusing, a catch of too hairy or not hairy enough.