Whenever there's a big media controversy over here (Merica) it's always over something stupid like suggestive ice cubes or the fact that somebody just read Huckleberry Finn for the first time. Very rarely is it because the local public health board has focused a little too much of their time on pubic health and created a computer game for girls to practice trimming their bush. Fiffi was developed by the Swedish Association for Sexual Education following a survey that revealed that 90% of all Swedish women tend their pubes and is basically just Wooly Willie taken to its logical, groinal extreme.
The controversy comes in because members of the remaining 10% (we are almost certain) are worried it'll give kids the wrong impression about crotch maintenance. We'd be more concerned that the difficulty of controlling the razor has left all our best efforts looking like this:
Seriously, what do you need a joystick or something?