I find that issue of body hair is another case of fake beauty standards perpetuated by media, which don't align the least with actual taste of population.
But a fact that is not very well known among us men is that women primarily fix themselves for other women, not for men. Average men, as you figure, will not pay attention to details too much, and it's terribly easy to sway them with minimal effort. Throw on a mini skirt of any kind, you don't even have to have particularly great legs, and you'll have half of guys turning their head. It's other women that scrutinize you and roll their eyes if you've missed a depilation term or if your mascara is tiny bit smudged, and apparently many women feel a lot of pressure under the gaze of their own sex. So it's very pointless to try to explain to women that we don't all like impossibly skinny girls or blond hair or whatnot, because they actually can't care less about what we think.
Edit: On the other hand, there are things that completely puzzle me, such as this fad of shaving pubic hair to nothing that media is full of, or, for that matter, thongs? Why did we let barely literate gangsta rappers dictate to us what to like?