The New Jersey Cosmetology and Hairstyling Board felt that women’s genitals had long enough escaped their inspection, and created a proposition to ban the “Brazilian,” the waxing technique made popular in both Sex in the City, and porn the world over. (For both the guys out there who still don’t know what I’m talking about, it means removing all of a woman’s pubic hair for that “baby fresh,” ten-year-old feeling.)
Two women, (of the apparently millions who have the procedure done) had complications and infections from improper Brazilianing. Despite this staggering statistic, Consumer Affairs Director David Szuchman announced that he would not support the proposal, and since he oversees the board, that in essence, was that. Presumably the defeated board members all went home grumpy, thinking only of all the bare vaginas that had slipped through their fingers.
Now I can’t stop thinking about it too.