Medical research has shown that the hair of a human being is the dirtiest part of the body, carrying the largest number of organisms and diseases. Because of this revelation, more and more men are shaving their pubic areas because they say "it is cleaner for our partners... and they can't complain about getting a hair in their mouths."
Proponents of bikine waxes for men also state that young girls who wish to stay disease free should also stick with men who shave. Their new advertising campaign, set to debut in Seventeen and Cosmo magazines next month, is "Don't Let Something Hairy Pop Your Cherry."
Johnny Tenster, President of Stubble Free America, says that "men should not expect their women to be shaved and clean for oral sex when they are not willing to do the same. We should also keep ourselves clean for the young girls, to keep them from getting some kind of infection or rash on their first time. Besides, no one likes the feeling of pulling hairs. If you are both shaved, you don't have to worry about it."
"It's easier to see if your companion is carrying some kind of venereal disease or problem or has genital warts if they have shaved, so you are also stopping the spread of diseases and showing greater concern and care for your partner."
Tenster insists that women check and see if their boyfriend is a card carrying member of his organization before "letting him get past first base."
Men wanting to join his group should send fifty dollars for their membership card to the address listed in the website. The membership includes ten free copies of the Seventeen Magazine article to show potential lovers. If none of these issues are successful in helping a member to score, a money back guarantee is offered.