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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Pubic Hair Documentary Casting Call in San Francisco This Sunday

Posted By on Thu, May 15, 2014 at 8:46 AM

Now that is some neatly trimmed pubic hair. - VLADIMIR GJORGIEV/SHUTTERSTOCK

As you may or may not know, May is National Masturbation Month. And if you're looking for ways to celebrate -- well, aside from the obvious -- maybe you feel like participating in a pubic hair documentary!

L.A.-based journalist Chloe Schildhause is working on a documentary that will discuss and analyze pubic hair trends in relation to fashion, advertising, and the cinema industry. Yes, "cinema industry" includes porn.

Schildhause is looking for women who feel like talking to a complete stranger about their pubes while the aforementioned stranger films the aforementioned pubes. Here's a direct quote from the website about what they're looking for: "women to participate in interviews where they will discuss their personal relationship to their pubic hair while having their pubic hair region filmed."

The website also specifies that those participating in the project will only be filmed from the waist down and have the option of remaining anonymous. In the final film, each set of pubes will appear onscreen accompanied by the voice of the owner.

If you're interested in being featured in the documentary, there will be an open call for interviews this Sunday, May 18 at 6 p.m. at the Center for Sex & Culture. Contact Schildhause at to set up an interview. Each interview will last between 10 and 15 minutes.

It might get hairy.

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