15 women that have decided not to shave anymore and proudly show their newfound freedom
Women seem to be more and more tired of having to be slaves of hair: they are tired of always having to have a razor blade at hand, of being ashamed if you see the hair on the armpits or legs, they are tired of having to regularly go to the beautician remove moustaches and eyebrows that were previously considered "too much", "bad taste" and "unsightly".
Some women are tired of having to adapt to the imposed beauty standards, that want women to be smooth and shaved, and have decided to accept their natural beauty, including hair, and to spread a new beauty standard. What initially seemed like a fashion or a protest movement, is starting to become a normality and more and more women share their newfound awareness on social media: that of being beautiful regardless of how much hair you have, or don't have, on your body. Why should we be ashamed of it? These women show them proudly, without worrying about people's judgment.
Proud of her beauty
To give motivation to the others
Why do you need to hide it?
You don't need to be ashamed of posing like this
Even if many are still unwilling to accept it, this is normal
Can you be beautiful even with hair? The answer is up to you
Everyone has it
Perhaps the part you are most ashamed of
It comes naturally
And it doesn't matter what others think.
Regardless these girls feel beautiful
Enough with being slaves to hair.
You go to the beach without the anxiety of anyone noticing them.
And you smile serenely.
These 15 women don't pretend to convince other women to make the choice of ditching beauticians, waxing, razor blades and tweezers and letting hair grow freely. They just want what is in fact normal to be normalised, so that women with hair are not called out as people who don't take care of their body or their appearance. Although many still criticise their decision and harshly judge their appearance, even calling it "masculine", they feel beautiful and feminine all the same. After all, beauty is a completely subjective thing.