Grungy. Photo By David Hanjani
I stop shaving my legs for maybe two-three mounths ago. At first iI did it as a fun and empowering thing and was going to shave it off again before summer. But it came to stay on my legs and is not going anywhere! :)
Fluffy is the new black!
But, I’ve been shaving my ARMS since the fourth grade, and about a month ago I decided to stop. My (almost!) husband totally encourages it, saying I look more normal with arm hair.
It’s the baby steps, right?
I always hated to shave my legs, but also shame to go out in public with my haired legs, so I was always wearing pants. One day I bought shorts, e decided to use, it was really hot and I just got courage to go out like that. It was awesome for me. After that it became easy and I don’t really care if people give me strange looks. I really love how my legs like that! :)
A man’s hairy legs in workers boots adorn the label on a bottle of wine in Australia so why not women’s hairy legs? Let’s start a hairy women in all media campaign.
I thought many in some parts of Europe it is the norm to have hairy legs and armpits.
PS The wine is from Schild Estate, Barossa Valley and is a Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 and was having a glass when I read about this!
I have a skin disease called psoriasis which causes red patches on my body. They’re really sensitive and bleed super fast. So I don’t shave my legs, because it really hurts!
Sometimes I don’t care but when I’m in public places and people keep staring at me I feel a little unsecure. I won’t ever shave for other people tho.
I really like this page. People need to realize it’s totally okay to have hair, we’re all born with hair so.. Keep it up!