For decades women have been shaving, waxing and Nairing their bikini line, and during the "Sex and the City" era, some of that grooming pressure was transferred to men. Well, the people at Gillette have declared ball shaving season, and even launched a series of instructional videos including "How to Shave Your Groin."Sure, women may like the look and feel of a less hairy man, but Gillette lets guys in on another advantage: "trimming the bush to make the tree look taller." This line is guaranteed to work on guys: if they can make themselves look more endowed just by shaving, why not give it a try?Now for the real question: do we really like our men shaved? Sure, some regular maintenance is appreciated, but do we need our guys hairless? Would it be strange for a guy to have less hair down there than we do?