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Please refresh the and retry. E very time a woman is photographed with visible underarm hair. Tabloids go into meltdown, publishing numerous images that zoom in on the 'offending' hair and labelling it shocking.
The feeling seems to be: How can these women live, breathe and walk the same land as the rest of us? And how on earth could a man begin to find them attractive? That comment was prompted by photos of Lourdes Leon, who has been pictured with unshaven armpits. The year-old has found herself in the eye of the storm, with endless negative and bullying comments about her naturally growing hair posted online. Madonna's daughter LourdesLeon hangs on the beach with friends. L ourdes has never been afraid to be herself, so I'm guessing she probably doesn't care.
The expression on her face, as she was photographed on the beach, said 'so what? And she has ly posted pictures of her unshaven pits on social media - just as her mother Madonna did a couple of years ago. Really proud. And so many people are so mad. Y et, away from the online hysteria - there are other people who take a similarly relaxed attitude to female armpit hair.
And, shocker, some of them are even men. Long hair Sexy underarms Care!!!!!! He said he found them really animalistic and it sexy underarms him on. It was five minutes every day dedicated to making other people happy.
Her WiF co-founder Lily More, a year-old fashion researcher, feels the same. She stopped removing her hair because she began to get eczema and reacted badly to deodorants after shaving - it was never intended to be a feminist statement. I decided to canvass male opinion. I think in a relationship particularly you accept each other as you are.
The other night I was sitting in bed comparing my armpit hair with my partner's. He's not bothered by it and knows it's my body so my decision. A ll these women stopped sexy underarms their underarms from various reasons - from trying it out as an experiment to a feeling of laziness - and not all of them have continued to grow out their hair. But many have found that their hair has changed the way they feel about themselves.
I decided to grow it out as a challenge so I could make an informed decision rather than assuming I would hate it because of social norms.
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