It sounds like you and your partner may have different preferences when it comes to grooming in that area. It's important to have open and honest communication about these preferences in order to avoid misunderstandings or hurt feelings.
If you don't like shaving in that area and it's uncomfortable for you, it's important to communicate that to your partner and explain why it's not something you want to do. At the same time, it's important to listen to your partner's feelings and try to find a compromise that works for both of you. Maybe there are other ways you can pleasure your partner that don't involve oral sex, or perhaps you could explore grooming options that are more comfortable for you.
Regardless of the specific issue, it's important to have open and respectful communication with your partner about your preferences and boundaries. It's also important to remember that personal grooming preferences are just that -- personal -- and it's okay to have different preferences than your partner. The key is to find a way to work together that respects both partners' needs and desires.