Pubic hair; Attention Kuiper

Margaret Novack novackm at NEVADA.EDU
Sun Apr 30 18:42:51 EST 1995


Still another thought... It was a means of recognizing sexually mature 
members of the opposite sex for mating.		

On Sun, 30 Apr 1995, Judith C. Price wrote:

> 
> In a previous posting, Michael Kolotila x3887 508-374-3887 (mkolotil at NECCADM3.NECC.MASS.EDU) writes:
> > I am wearing my human anatomy and physiology professor hat now.  The 
> > reasons that we have pubic hair is:  1) as a cushion during sexual 
> > intercourse (albeit, perhaps not a great cushion)   2)  as a form of dry 
> > lubrication during sexual intercourse.  Hope that this helps.
> > Michael
> > 
> > 
> > On Thu, 27 Apr 1995 USERID at InforMNs.k12.MN.US wrote:
> > 
> >> Good Afternoon,
> >> You may chuckle as you read my request; however, it is a sincere question 
> >> from an elementary phy ed teacher.  Today in a multi-age classroom, grades
> >> 4-6, I was presenting our family life curriculum and a student asked a
> >> question I could not answer so I'm turning to you for help.  The question
> >> is, "Why do we have pubic hair?"  Please send your response to
> >> 0518wel at InforMNs.k12.MN.US and put Kuiper in the subject line.
> >> Thank you in advance for your assistance
> >> 
> >> 
> 
> Another thought, hair acts as a wick for the evaporation and dispersion
> of sweat and its scent.  The aroma of arousal ...
> 
> 
> 



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