Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. In case you didn't know how shaving armpit and leg hair for women became a norm, you can blame the relentless advertising campaigns. At the beginning of the 20th century, women, and of course society in general, couldn't care less about the hair growing on their bodies.
Rima S., 27, Nanny and Nursing Student
Josie Fillat, 26, Marketing Assistant
QMY new girlfriend is really pretty and sexy but she doesn't shave her pubic hair and it's starting to turn me off. Q MY new girlfriend is really pretty and sexy but she doesn't shave her pubic hair and it's starting to turn me off. She's quite hairy and it spreads on to her upper thighs. My other girlfriends have all shaved or waxed their bikini lines and the last one had the whole lot off, which I really liked. But this one says she prefers to be natural - even though she shaves her legs. It doesn't seem very hygienic to me and I don't like the thought of giving her oral sex.
But, inevitably, that makes the imagery inherently controversial because there are still many minds to change about the normalness, naturalness, and acceptability of body hair and the freedom of each individual to do with it as they please. And some of those minds had a lot to say about the campaign video. Yahoo reports that when the Instagram meme account beigecardigan shared the Billie clip, the comments were full of disapproving and often remarkably ignorant opinions. I feel physically ill. Thats just plain unAmerican," one commenter with a strange concept of patriotism wrote. Another who apparently thinks everyone has the same preferences they do said, "Just don't go getting all mad when nobody wants to get with your hairy bikini line.
Nicola Dall'Asen. If you haven't heard of indie razor brand Billie yet, let me help you learn the heck up. Founded in , Billie operates kind of like the ever-popular Dollar Shave Club but is intentionally geared toward women.