I just saw a recent picture of comedienne Joan Rivers that made me want to throw up. Her face is now stretched tighter than a piano string; her mouth and snout bear more than a passing resemblance to that grotesque "cat-woman," Jocelyn Wildenstein. Ironically, she's become the industry's worst poster child. I'd rather have my jawline sag to the floor than end up looking like Rivers. Recent reports say that the number of pricey cosmetic surgeries is declining, thanks to the recession.
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From Frida Kahlo's brows to Miley Cyrus' armpits -- women past and present have proven that body hair can be bold and beautiful. To celebrate with Fischer, we've rounded up images of body hair-positive women flaunting their fabulous fur. In an article introducing the first annual body hair holiday, Fischer explained her reasons for creating the celebratory day. I want people to realize that women and others who have been minoritized for having body hair or not removing it are not gross or unhygienic. And that more importantly, we exist. Historically , women's body hair has been repeatedly stigmatized and censored. While women are so often told body hair is not feminine, there are tons of ladies who do in fact flaunt their natural body hair.
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No more ingrowns, better body confidence, and other full-bush health benefits. For years, the trendiest pubic hair style was a trimmed or bald bush. But we've noticed a recent uptick in the number of women who've tossed out their razors and waxing kits in favor of letting things go au natural down below. Anecdotally speaking, lady lawns seem to be coming back into style—and it might be because more women are discovering the surprising health benefits. It's not clear if less hair means a higher risk of STIs, but one study did link pubic hair removal to increased transmission of herpes and HPV.
Pubic hair is hair which covers the area around the sex organs. It is generally darker in color and stronger in texture than other hair found on the human body. It is caused by the rising levels of androgens during puberty.