Skip to comments.NJ scraps plans to ban genital waxing!
Posted on 03/20/2009 2:09:29 PM PDT by OL Hickory
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) New Jersey is smoothing out differences over a plan to ban bare-it-all bikini waxing.
The state is reversing course on the proposal after angry salon owners complained about losing business ahead of swimsuit season.
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Is this a good business to get into? How does one go about it?
No thanks, I’ll stick with my Epilady.
I need to explore this situation ... in depth. Yes I know it can be a hairy situation but it simply screams for someone to take a clean look at it. It would be a real shame for it to end up in a cover-up when simple justice requires it to be shown in the bright light of day. Excuse me while I get started on my dedicated internet search ...
It's my dream to retire and open a little bikini waxing shop by the sea.
You have to read this! The bare truth about waxing!!
“...And thats why ladies, take note that there is absolutely no excuse for you to be hairy this sizzling, sexy, summer season...”
New Jersey needs to mind its own beewax
The action of consenting adults in private only applies to the members of the Lavender Mafia. Bikini waxing and prostitution are matters of public health, unlike all male bathhouses...
Like they would ever consider banning tattooing and piercing.
If infanticide under the name “abortion” is legal on the basis of “privacy” and a woman’s right to do with “her body” (and the symbiotic lifeform that is feeding from it) what she wants, then I fail to see how there can be ANY constitutional standing for a law against bikini waxing.
(and I just notice your pun)
Keep bikini waxing safe and legal (they no longer want abortion to be “rare” so why should grooming be restricted?).
Like localities try every few years.
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