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When did body hair become seen as "unfeminine"?

It grows naturally on women's legs, underarms and labia... and yet women who refuse to remove their body hair are stigmatized, and even attacked. How did we get here?

06/21/2020 5:01 PM

8 comments

  • Sybil L.
    10/08/2020 01:02

    Have you been to Europe?!! No female hair removal there!

  • Ashmin G.
    10/03/2020 20:55

    As a child growing up I saw my mother, aunts and many other women with natural body hair, they carried themselves well, smelt clean and it was never a “gross out” thing. It was acceptable. In my late teens, times changed, all younger ppl were scoffed at and it was a growing trend that became a “norm”.... I preferred the new norm..

  • Jesse N.
    10/01/2020 18:56

    Who cares

  • Susanna S.
    10/01/2020 16:02

    I haven’t shaved for 50 years. No one has ever challenged my hairiness. I don’t buy into the double standard. Men should try shaving their other body parts and see how they love being a slave to their body’s natural growth.

  • Lucinda D.
    10/01/2020 11:41

    Great video- there is not enough discussion about this!

  • Caroline I.
    10/01/2020 07:09

    Entirely a personal choice. should not put pressure on women to conform on your personal choice. Be big enough to ignore what others want you to do. Sheeple effect.

  • Matt M.
    10/01/2020 06:49

    I've never cared about body hair. You don't feel like shaving? Dont bother me any.

  • Dorit F.
    10/01/2020 05:36

    Illuminating, thank you ✌

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