Playboy Advisor: Boob Jobs & Pubic Hair

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Playboy Advisor: Boob Jobs & Pubic Hair:

My wife and I were at a party recently, and a friend of a friend whom we hadn’t seen in a while was there. She’d had obvious augmentation done. In that situation, is a compliment necessary, or is it better to say nothing unless she brings it up?—S.V., Tampa, Florida

If you honestly think she looks great, of course you should compliment her, in the same manner you’d compliment someone who was wearing a nice dress, had a great new haircut or had lost weight. You should say something generally positive and flattering, such as “You look fantastic,” and not “You look beautiful; your formerly underwhelming breasts are now twice as big as they used to be. Kudos to the surgeon.” Whatever you do, make sure the point of your compliment is to make her feel good about herself, not simply to satisfy your curiosity.

I’d always dreamed of one day posing for Playboy, but now that I’m married I’ve given up that fantasy. I’ve kept my natural pubic hair, but now I’m considering looking like the girls in your magazine. Should I be happy with the way I am or get rid of my hair to look modern?—K.P., Santa Monica, California

The 1970s are back in fashion, and this has extended to pubic hair. More women are opting for a nicely trimmed bush instead of the completely bald look that rose to ascendance in the 1990s. Case in point: when legendary Playmate Jenny McCarthy posed for the magazine in 2012, she proudly grew out her bush—not to voluminous 1970s proportions, but more than many models you see in our pages and elsewhere. Whatever you do, do it for yourself. Being confident with the way you look is far sexier than trimming to chase a trend.

For answers to reasonable questions relating to food and drink, fashion and taste, sex and dating, write the Playboy Advisor, 9346 Civic Center Drive, Beverly Hills, California 90210, or e-mail advisor@playboy.com.


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