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Cameron Diaz's tell all book features a whole chapter on pubes

Cameron Diaz advised women to consider keeping their vagina 'fully dressed' and not to remove their hair.
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It appears there is much to say about pubic hair. According to UPI on Jan. 4, Cameron Diaz wrote a book dedicated to a woman’s body titled The Body Book, with one whole chapter dedicated to the subject of pubic hair. According to Diaz, no subject is off limit in this no holds barred book.

Although Cameron Diaz, age 41, is best known as an A-list actress, she wrote a book about a subject she passionate about. In this book, Diaz claims that women should consider not undergoing permanent laser procedures. She dedicated a whole chapter to the subject and called it, ‘The Praise of Pubes’. She explains in the book, she struggled for a long time with skin rashes. She claims to have suffered from acne and eczema. She tried creams, prescriptions and nothing help. At least, nothing helped for very long. She decided to try to let her own body heal itself, and it did.

She explains how her diet affected the way her skin looked and how she felt. She said she felt much better after she was able to eat a cleaner diet. Her skin immediately looked and felt clearer, according to Cameron Diaz. She admitted to feeling angry with own body, because it didn't heal itself, no matter what treatment she tried. She now claims the answer to her skin problems was right in front of her all along, to listen to her body and give it what it needs.

It's a personal decision, but I'm just putting it out there: Consider leaving your vagina fully dressed, ladies. Let’s be honest: Just like every other part of your body, your labia major is not immune to gravity. I know you may think you'll be wearing the same style of shoes forever and the same style of jeans forever, but you won't. The idea that vaginas are preferable in a hairless state is a pretty recent phenomenon. All fads change, people.