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    Telling women to keep their body hair is just as bad as telling them to shave it. People can do whatever they want with their bodies and do not have to please you.


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    Women grow hair on their boobs and their butts and their legs and their arms and their stomachs and their face and really anywhere their genetics decides to have hair and it is perfectly normal. What isnt normal is society trying to shame women for not looking like a hairless baby. Grown women are, after all, meant to have hair on their armpits, vulva and legs. There is nothing ‘unnatural’ about a hairy woman; if there were then the hair would not grow there in the first place. Likewise, there is nothing ‘unfeminine’ about a hairy woman; if femininity is defined as ‘like a woman’ then a woman in her natural state is by definition as feminine as she can be.
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    (Original post by JDM91)
    Women grow hair on their boobs and their butts and their legs and their arms and their stomachs and their face and really anywhere their genetics decides to have hair and it is perfectly normal. What isnt normal is society trying to shame women for not looking like a hairless baby. Grown women are, after all, meant to have hair on their armpits, vulva and legs. There is nothing ‘unnatural’ about a hairy woman; if there were then the hair would not grow there in the first place. Likewise, there is nothing ‘unfeminine’ about a hairy woman; if femininity is defined as ‘like a woman’ then a woman in her natural state is by definition as feminine as she can be.
    Sure, but you'r simply stating the obvious. You forgot the part with being attractive.


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    Uhh, no. I shave my body for myself because I feel more comfortable that way. Sure I can go days without shaving, and I do sometimes but I prefer shaving. I couldn't care less what other people think. I do it for myself, not to please anyone else.
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    (Original post by charlottecrb)
    Uhh, no. I shave my body for myself because I feel more comfortable that way. Sure I can go days without shaving, and I do sometimes but I prefer shaving. I couldn't care less what other people think. I do it for myself, not to please anyone else.

    And that's the way it should be ! It's your body your rules. I'm not anti hair removal but anti beauty standards and the pressure that's being put by society. But I am pro body hair
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    But I am pro body hair
    ...then you are not actually in favor of people making choices for themselves. You are in favor of people making choices that align with what you like, which is body hair. So, this whole thing is really about you.
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    Trust you I was expecting at least orangutan

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    ...then you are not actually in favor of people making choices for themselves. You are in favor of people making choices that align with what you like, which is body hair. So, this whole thing is really about you.
    No I'm not. You don't understand. I PREFER bodyy hair. But I'm not forcing women into growing it out. It's their body their choice.
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    What really is the point of this thread?
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    Telling people that body hair isn't gross or unfeminine.
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    (Original post by JDM91)
    Telling people that body hair isn't gross or unfeminine.
    You can't tell people what to think. People are perfectly at liberty to find body hair unattractive. You can at most put forward your opinion that it is attractive, which you have done. So the thread really is quite pointless.

    It's like me making a thread saying "I like bushy eyebrows" or something
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    Telling as in showing a diffirent view and approach.
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    Women grow hair on their bellies and their backs and their legs and their arms and their stomachs and their face and really anywhere their genetics decides to have hair and it is perfectly normal. What isnt normal is society trying to shame women for not looking like a hairless baby. Grown women are, after all, meant to have hair on their armpits, vulva and legs. There is nothing ‘unnatural’ about a hairy woman; if there were then the hair would not grow there in the first place. Likewise, there is nothing ‘unfeminine’ about a hairy woman; if femininity is defined as ‘like a woman’ then a woman in her natural state is by definition as feminine as she can be. Why should women only have hair on their heads ? Why is it disgusting and gross ? If it's gross why isn't a man with a hairy body gross ? Who has written the so called rules ? It also isn't unhygienic, we have water and soap don't we ? I think body hair is beautiful and feminine.

    Body hair is oke
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    pretty sure that's a guy
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    No shave no shame ladies. It's oke to grow body hair
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    It's not attractive
 
 
 
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