By now, one would think that a woman would be able to do whatever she likes with her body sans the public commentary. But ask about a woman with armpit hair and they'd surely say that isn't the case. From Miley Cyrus and Madonna to Julia Roberts and Penelope Cruz, more and more female celebs have been rocking long armpit hair lately. Perhaps it's a proverbial middle finger to conventional beauty standards, or perhaps they just ran out of razors?
Nike advert showing woman’s ‘disgusting’ armpit hair causes controversy
Nike ad showing woman's 'disgusting' armpit hair causes controversy | Metro News
However, it was her pose, which revealed an unshaven underarm, that quickly became the main topic of discussion. The post, which received more than 5, comments, seemed to spark fury, with anger on both sides coming from some who felt it was either unhygienic or gross and others who felt it was completely natural. Enough decided there was nothing wrong with showing off a bit of fur as the image has so far amassed more than 16, likes. A lot of the comments which were hating on the image seemed to come from women, something that was was pointed out by other commenters. After the negative came the positive messages.
Simple words, but they've prompted a debate in the US and beyond this week thanks to a new razor advert that shows women actually shaving their body hair. Surely that's not so revolutionary? Except it is - because normally ads for women's razors show plastic-perfect, airbrushed legs that are already totally smooth. Razor brand Billie says it's the first to feature hairy women for years and the advert has gone viral as a result. Strange, huh?
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