“Why Asian girls don’t like to remove hair from the vagina?” I hear you asking, and no, this is not an uncommon question. There are many Asian women who grow up in conservative cultures where “cleansing” the vagina is not even thought of. As a result, when these women are “treated” with these methods of cleaning, they will have no problems with removing unwanted hair from their vagina.
However, when you are raised in a more liberal society where “cleansing” your genitals is not seen as necessary, it can be very difficult for an Asian girl to remove hair from the vagina in the same way as a European or North American woman would. If they are raised in a culture where this is not the norm, their first instinct may be to pull out any hairs that are on there. This can cause a lot of pain and discomfort for them. They may even start to avoid intercourse as a result.
This problem is much more common in Asia than it is in other parts of the world. The Asian culture tends to be very conservative. This means that it is not seen as necessary to cleanse the vagina in the same way as we do North Americans or Europeans. As a result, Asian girls don’t like to remove hair from the vagina.