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I am not one to try and dictate the rules of beauty because I believe that beauty is very subjective and that the beauty that many see in my country will be considered different and out of place to many people in other countries and vice versa.

If anything, these simple words are to try and create awareness of how much pressure we put in young women throughout society. It is true that at the end of the day everyone is the sole owner of their body and is able to make decision for themselves without having to account to anyone but we must do so with much awareness and care of our people and ourselves and not to please the rules of society.

All these aspects made my decision to let my armpit hair grow, personally more important. I know that the beauty industry in Venezuela has now become a big part of the culture and a way of pride I respect that.

However, I feel that as the rules of beauty might be important to be placed upon young women at an early stage in life, alongside that, we should also make it of great importance to let the same young girls, teenagers and women know that it is ok to make decisions to our own bodies without following the rules of beauty and to let them know that they should not feel powerless of who they are or what they wish to be.

This I feel will create a much open-minded attitude towards beauty and will hopefully stop many mental health problems that with total disregard we start to show up at a very young age.

They are true to their own body and shameless of who they are. If they decide to shave or not, it is because of their own choice. The response I got from others was not that stressful personally.

I have not encountered many who have given a shit whether I let my armpit hair grow or not. If there were some weird looks, I was not really aware of it as I knew that there is a general understanding that everyone is getting on with their life and that everyone has their own thing to worry about.

I also understood that we as humans are more self-conscious about ourselves than what the person next to us thinks of us. I mainly had the empowering feeling that my friends and family gave me by not really making a big deal out of it.

For those who asked kindly I answered and for those who had a mean thing to say I was very patient and never let it get to me as I knew that they just needed a bit more education and understanding on the matter.

However, for many women that choose to leave their body hair grow there is still a lot of bullying done for a simple personal decision.

It was with my partner at the time and very good friend Chris. We started to observe our body and talk about how much hair we both had.

He had barely any hair on his back and on the rest of his body where I had much more hair on my back than he did.

He then told me that he loved that I had loads of hair in my armpits, my back and the rest of my body because it reminded him how beautiful and different we can all be in our very own way.

Please celebrate your body! Own who you are and be that! At the end of the day we are all trying to figure out who we are everyday of the year as much as we are all changing and learning about ourselves every other day.

Those who celebrate who and what they are, are creating a much open and safer space for those who are struggling to understand who and what they want to be in life.

It might be easier said than done but give it a try. I stopped shaving mostly because Ben asked but I was kind of excited to see what I looked like with body hair as I started removing it quite young.

It felt like my armpits were very conspicuous to start with as I have quite dark growth but once it got past an inch or so it felt more controllable and less like I was smuggling wigs.

Most people know me to be pretty open to new ideas and style choices so they pretty much didn't care or ask, but I did notice that sometimes in a pub or any large gathering of slightly drunk people that I would get more questions about it, or was assumed to be a staunch feminist.

On the whole though most people either didn't notice or politely ignored it. I think overall the most obvious things I learnt doing this was that most people are grown up enough to not care, and if they do they're mostly polite enough to just pretend they don't see it.

That once your hair grows past a certain point it gets kinda itchy again so I recommend a little trimming if you are going to have it permanently.

And that ultimately if I do or don't have body hair it's no ones business but my own. February photographed April I stopped shaving after I got cancer and lost all my hair, due to chemotherapy.

My husband likes to nuzzle in my armpit hair. I'm really surprised by those who strangely associate female body hair with being unhygienic. I wash and use deodorant, just the same as my husband who also has body hair.

I first stopped shaving because it was irritating my skin and I wanted to give it a rest. After that, I decided to just let it grow and see what happens.

I then stopped shaving altogether and let it alter my perception as it went. Previously I felt like I had to shave every last hair from my armpits and legs, as it's what you're 'supposed to do'.

People were picked on at school for being more hairy than other people, even before it became time for some hair to grow in. People are pointed out in the street for any difference anyone seem to find, and it seems okay for people to laugh and stare.

Hair just seems to be a bad thing for women, unless it's straight, bleach blonde and perfect, and on your head - where it's supposed to be When my hair had grown back, I still felt this pressure going out, I was happy with it, but I felt other people might not be, and I was sure they'd let me know about it.

It's taken a while to get more comfortable with it, and I'm still not always confident about it, because my aim is not to offend or make anyone feel uncomfortable.

At the same time, the people that do judge you so highly perhaps need to be offended and feel a little uncomfortable. The only real negative response came from the people confronted by this picture on Ben's social media.

And the hate wasn't limited to the underarm hair. Strangely, despite my insecurity, I just found those comments funny. If I had felt any need to respond, I didn't need to, because several other people I didn't know had already done it for me.

I stopped shaving because I quickly came to realise the absurdity that a lack of body hair equated with femininity. The first time I removed body hair, I was around 11 years old.

I stole my older sisters razor and attempted to remove all of the hair from my body, not that I had much at the time. I assumed you needed to use a lot of pressure with the blade against my skin and ended up removing strips of flesh from my legs, which caused profuse bleeding.

I still remember going to school wrapped in bandages and claiming that I had fallen down a tree. As I grew older, I reflected on this instance a lot and the meaning behind it, and eventually just stopped removing my hair all together.

Most women will be all too familiar with the sharp knick of a razor blade against their leg or the spine tingling rip of wax on their labia.

I simply chose to no longer bother enduring the pain, let alone the expense. I feel entirely comfortable not conforming.

If people find me unattractive because of it, great! I hope that eventually our society will reach a stage where we are mature enough to no longer be shocked by women with body hair, that it will no longer be read as a form of feminist backlash or political statement, but just a normal human body existing within the world.

No one has ever really said that much about it. I worked as a nanny for a few years and the kids I cared for were always pretty shocked by my armpit hair.

Photographed and written August I guess she got lucky on the natural bikini line then. I became aesthetically aware of my body at a much earlier age than many expect one to.

Having begun puberty aged at around 8 or 9, I found myself painfully conscious of the myriad changes to my body; most notably the weight gain, menstruation and of course, hair.

What ensued were many humiliating and sometimes aborted school visits to the pool and haunting horrorshow P. Bullying occurs inwardly as well as outwardly, and the cruelty from others accompanies that which we inflict upon ourselves.

Within the spheres of sexual, societal and educational pressures and tensions that imbue adolescence and our adult lives , there are multitudinous opportunities to doubt oneself.

These are bred and fed by external expectations of who you are meant to be; this is manifested, manipulated and milked through imposed ideas of what you are meant to look like.

What ensues for many are torrid years of obsessive attempts to alter one's body and situation, in some ways wholly destructive and others which are apparently insignificant.

For many and myself this was led by a desire for appeal and belonging; the inward necessity for these feelings being supplanted by an obsessive outward focus.

Whilst healing and growth ultimately come from within, body shaming is an ever-rife phenomenon which impairs our ability to do so.

Ideals of image are vitriolically and violently imposed to such a variant of degrees that the gravity of many instances are often overlooked.

Whereas I support that for some this may be their own enjoyed preference for many others removing their hair occurs from conformity to expectation and from fears of rejection.

Whilst I wrote this I was reminded of pressures in my high school which insisted that girls should shave their arms; not just the armpits but every hair from every inch of our arms.

Many times, myself and others were ridiculed for not doing so. Ultimately there were few occasions which necessitated the need in my mind to shave at all.

However, shaving was always required if in company of others, romantically or platonically, if I were to avoid feeling akin to the Mexican wolf boys or Victorian Freak show attractions.

Older and somewhat less riddled by issues of eating I began to let my underarm grow, partly due to the opinion of a partner at the time who preferred it.

Realising the falsity in the prevailing message that everyone is repulsed by body hair, I began to take delight in not shaving. When I did shave again, generally for modelling jobs, I was irate at the discomfort it caused me.

I also began to think about it more, realising that if hair is growing there that there is more than likely a bloody good reason for it.

The underarm is a sensitive place and a vital area for the release of toxins. The axillary lymph nodes can become irritated and even infected from frequent shaving and use of harsh deodorising products.

On a more superficial level, I would sometimes get rashes and pimples from shaving and regrowth which looked to me a lot worse than some hair.

These represent women with hair under their arms or on their legs as being wholly repulsive, deterring as well as shameful to themselves and others.

More so than this, they are represented as inherently male attributes as shown by the morphing of the woman into an apologetic and shamefaced man.

I wholeheartedly feel that the only people who ought to feel ashamed or embarrassed are those that brandish cruel ridicule and admonish women like myself who choose not to shave.

I feel those who fall into this category need to stop, take a moment and honestly ask themselves; why? Why do you feel so affronted? Why do you care SO much that you feel like you are justified in making your hateful comments?

Why do you believe you have the right to dictate what another person chooses to do with their body? Why let it concern you so deeply?

Why bother? Ben is a dear friend of mine and I am so proud of him and all the spectacularly beautiful women that make up this series of photographs.

Braving the ignorance of others and choosing to be yourself despite the bullying you may face is one of the most admirable qualities to uphold.

Those who seek to harm others are ultimately only serving themselves a disfavour. Be yourself and be the beauty you wish to see in others.

Remember that your skin is just the carrier for the true beauty which lies within. I am a firm believer in natural beauty.

Learning to love and accept yourself for who you are. I know this isn't always easy but I would still never get any cosmetic work done.

Working in the modelling, dancing, and acting industries can make you question the way you look, and you constantly compare yourself to other women.

It can be tiring. It was also a personal challenge and social experiment. I was curious how I would feel and how others around me would react.

At first it I felt a little bit physically uncomfortable because the hair was a bit itchy, but I was excited. I had shaved everyday since the moment I started to grow hair.

My mum is a beauty therapist so I had tried every method of hair removal by the time I was The hair took ages to grow, as my underarms aren't particularly hairy.

When it started to get longer I found myself often stroking the hair, I couldn't resist playing with it. It felt quite erotic. I got mixed reactions; my best friend already had long underarm hair so she knew how liberating and sexy it made you feel.

My boyfriend at the time didn't like it very much, which made me want to rebel even more ha ha. I would totally recommend trying it at least once.

December photographed August I think you all look great. The same would happen on my vulva if I ever dared to shave, and eventually started on my underarms too.

I tried a few different hair removal methods but nothing really worked, and eventually, I started to feel that my body was protesting, so I just stopped.

I worked in a bar when I first stopped shaving, so I had some shocked reactions from some of the male customers and regulars, I think it was just a bit before hairy armpits on women became more common to see, so some of them were disgusted reactions, but honestly I felt like it was a pretty good misogyny filter.

So I let it grow, curious to what it would feel like au natural in an area so taboo and visible to the rest of the world.

It made me feel good! It attracted partners; curiosity and questions that were enquiring and appreciative in fairly equal measure.

Through the project with Ben, I did receive some rather alarmingly nasty comments from Internet trolls on my photo, but I thought in a round about way they were even more empowering than the compliments.

These people were commenting this way almost unanimously, out of ignorance, and perhaps their own insecurity. The people complaining have a lot more to deal with than their own body hair growth.

They feel they have to conform to a societal pressure I really don't adhere to. So negativity equalled empowerment and much hilarity for how small minded some very unfortunate souls could be in the face of natural physicality.

In fact sometimes I have the exact opposite. However, in saying that sometimes I like to feel all smooth and bald. Through this whole practice of liberated body image, I just wish to promote my own choice and to be conscious about what makes me happy in my skin.

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I still find this unattractive. I don't judge it. I don't condemn it. I'm glad those women are happy so, and I would not tell them to shave.

But I don't find them attractive. You're allowed to feel how you feel, but you're right, it's not your place to tell them to shave.

Maybe this is an opportunity for you to examine why you find this unattractive. Do you find it unattractive in men or just women? There is no judgement or bossing around.

Certainly nothing worthy of name calling which is the insecure version of trying to establish dominance that fails with actual thinking people.

I'm a woman and I don't like the look of a full beard on a guy. Everyone has likes and dislikes, I like clean shaven men. I don't see any difference between that and Shelp's dislike of the hairy girl look.

There's nothing insensitive or judgmental about it, we're not all required to be attracted to the same look.

And that's why I didn't tell them to shave. I dislike armpit hair on anyone. Armpit hair is not like leg or arm hair, growing regularly on a vast surface of skin.

It's like a weird located beard, with long hairs growing in a very narrow place. For me, it looks like some kind of mould.

Don't know. Why should he examine that? How dare you! Your self righteousness is just very off putting right now, you have no right to tell anyone to do anything.

Shame on you! Because smooth skin is so much better to touch than hairy, it's not as deep as you might think. How about thousands of years of gender beauty norms.

Read some books, please. I'm a woman and I agree. Everyone is free to do with their body whatever they want but they can't demand other people find them attractive.

Did any one of these people demand anyone find them attractive? I didn't see that anywhere in this entire thing. Okay so if you translate "challenging beauty standards" to "demanding other people to fing them attractive", how do you translate "following beauty standards"?

Well thank god you've gotten that out. We've all been incredibly worried wondering what you find attractive. I am a man and don't find it attractive at all, a real turn off, BTW , I also shave myself since I was 18 years old as I notice that women don't like to have a caveman.

I don't shave due to laziness and my eternal devotion to my single status, not because is a thing. Yeah, it's disgusting, but my laziness is a very powerful critter.

I worship that comment. Let's say your average man shaves his face and pubic area on a regular basis.

That's not a lot of work. Now let's say your average woman shaves her legs, bikini area, and armpits. That's substantially more work because there's more area to shave.

Men can shave their legs if they choose, but I've just observed not very many people do it on a regular basis. It's a personal choice and I'm not biased to that but I honestly can't find the energy or time to shave all of my areas.

I just have to say don't be discouraged by any downvotes you get on any of your posts or comments. There are always going to be people who disagree and try to bring you down try to ruin your mood and they're having a bad day.

Everyone has their reasons but we have our reasons to share our opinions. I don't find it attractive at all, and they are the ones shoving it down our throats by exposing it as if it is something to be proud of to have hair under the armpits.

Where do they wear deodorant, or do they? I think this is only attractive to far left women who are Hell bent on doing away with their feminine side.

I hope my granddaughters shave! The woman with hair on her legs is ugly, her leg looked like a man's leg. Actually, I've seen men's legs that are more attractive.

If you're going to shove this down our throats, don't expect everyone to be on board we are all entitled to our opinions, but that isn't possible with the far left, their opinion is the only thing that counts.

I am sorry, but having hair is not less hygenic, you simply need to use deodorant and shower,like normal people do. I do find hairless bodys more atractive men and women but its nobodys busines what other people does with their body.

I like shaving because its very soft but very often I do not do it it is very irritating for my skin. As a woman I got a lot of very rude remarks about it, even when my hair is really short so you cant barely see it.

It's definitely a myth that having body hair would be less hygienic, and it should also be everyone's personal choice whether to shave or not, without getting comments about how disgusting they are.

Wow, I got the same number of downvotes 17 as of now for stating a biological fact as the person above me who wrote an ad hominem attack. That's exquisitely pathetic.

Body odour is bacteria, and the whole point we have pubic hair is to trap the smell because it's supposed to be an aphrodisiac.

That means less body hair means less smell bacteria on you. I'd say that certainly qualifies as a hygiene issue. I love how a lot of people keeps saying that it will smell.

Most of my male relatives and friends do not shave. Do they smell and are dirty? Exactly my point. I was just wondering, if I was born in a different culture would I still feel that I have to shave?

If it is just about hygiene, why men don't shave their armpits as well. I wonder how many of those who claim it's unhygeinic are either men who don't shave their own pits and pubic area, or women who happily live with the men who don't.

I have super sensitive skin and was spending a lot of money to soothe irritation caused by shaving. My skin is so happy now.

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