Here and there you will find the person who claims that he still chokes the monkey to a Playboy from 1975, but that's rare and usually the weirdo who hasn't gotten any since 1975 as well. The rest of us, we prefer a shaved crotch, and now science even says balder is better! 

Over the past decade, doctors have noticed a dramatic decrease in reported cases of crab lice, also known as pubic lice or crabs. The reason, they say, is actually quite simple: the rise in popularity of pubic grooming in both women and men. Crabs are just simply being left homeless.

A majority of college men and women in the U.S. and Australia remove all or part of their pubic hair, researchers at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, reported in a 2011 paper.

Pubic lice, a sexually transmitted infection, is estimated to affect 2 to 10 percent of the human population. It doesn't transmit other infectious diseases, but the crabs are a tremendous nuisance. The female louse needs to mate only once to remain fertile throughout her entire life and can lay eggs every day.

Time to shave up my friends, and say goodbye to crabs forever! PETA's not gonna fight for this one, are they?