They might not be the most lauded part of the body, but pubes have finally found a passionate Cameron Diaz shaped spokesperson!
Diaz, who has became infamous for her stance on pubic grooming in her 'Body Book', is at it again with her deep love of the lady garden. The 41-year-old actress appeared on the Graham Norton show in Britain and told the charismatic Irish presenter that;
I don’t care what women do with it, but we should be informed about how their bodies work. And I brought up the conversation about how young women, as a sort of trend, are lasering off all of it at once. Forevermore. And I just want to say to women who think at this moment for whatever reason — whether they’ve seen it and think that it’s sexy or that their man thinks that it’s sexy or whatever, they’re tired of dealing with “it” … I believe that if you’re doing something forever, you might change your mind. And the man who thinks it’s sexy now, you might change your mind about him too. And I just feel like you should consider what forever means. Because once it’s gone, you can’t get it back. That’s what forever means. That’s from my heart to yours. It is there for a reason and to laser it off is to lose it forever!
But not before she bent over and directly addressed her own crotch fur with the fervor of Britney at a Cheetos factory. No, really.
Check out the video below and see for yourself, it gets really interesting from around 4.10:
Before I saw this clip, I didn't realize how deeply I wanted Russell Crowe to bellow directly at Diaz's vajayjay before talking about seeing a blue movie called 'Virginia the Talking Vagina', but now my life is made.
Also, I have a new found love of Diaz the doyenne of the well dressed downstairs. I just wish she didn't indirectly compare Richard Adeyode's hair to pubes by patting it. You're so likeable Diaz, but no. Just no.
So laydeez, any thoughts on learning to love a luscious lady garden, or is that just too taboo these days?
Should Cameron Diaz hide her head in shame for her pube loving?