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Why oh why are people disgusted by the sight of female underarm hair?  I'm trying to change this but it feels like I'm the only one!

Why oh why are people disgusted by the sight of female underarm hair? I'm trying to change this but it feels like I'm the only one!

“Just having a little feminism moment. I think it's ridiculous that we were raised to change ourselves by others standards. Like we have to shave, or it's gross and unhygienic, or that if we show cleavage it makes us a "slut" and practically "begs for rape". It isn't about being greater than men, it's about being treated equally."- anon

“Just having a little feminism moment. I think it's ridiculous that we were raised to change ourselves by others standards. Like we have to shave, or it's gross and unhygienic, or that if we show cleavage it makes us a "slut" and practically "begs for rape". It isn't about being greater than men, it's about being treated equally."- anon

Ha! I wish I'd be applauded for not shaving my legs. What's the point if you never wear shorts or skirts?

Ha! I wish I'd be applauded for not shaving my legs. What's the point if you never wear shorts or skirts?

Hey ladies, you know that limited free time you have? Here's a dude who knows how you should be spending it - shaving your arm hair, because the perfect sex mannequins in his imagination don't have arm hair, and that's the standard you're expected to meet.

Hey ladies, you know that limited free time you have? Here's a dude who knows how you should be spending it - shaving your arm hair, because the perfect sex mannequins in his imagination don't have arm hair, and that's the standard you're expected to meet.

Members of the first Women’s Battalion of Death - they sacrificed their hair in an accepted act to reduce sexual encounters with male battalions and to give them equality.  Russia c. 1914

Members of the first Women’s Battalion of Death - they sacrificed their hair in an accepted act to reduce sexual encounters with male battalions and to give them equality. Russia c. 1914

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