#HairyWomen is the latest Instagram trend and it’s exactly what you would expect

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#HairyWomen is the latest Instagram trend and it’s exactly what you would expect
#HairyWomen is the latest Instagram trend and it's exactly what you would expect
#HairyWomen is the latest Instagram trend and it’s exactly what you would expect

#HairyWomen is the latest Instagram trend and it’s exactly what you would expect! Instagram is a place of many wonders and it’s definitely the place where trends are born and where, eventually, they die.

However, the #HairyWomen hashtag doesn’t seem to be going anywhere, considering the huge rise in popularity it is getting. More and more women are sharing their hairy parts, no matter which ones they may be. Why, you ask? It’s simple! We are all mammals and we should all enjoy equal rights.

Sure, it’s not a matter of rights but of how society perceives women with hairy legs (for example) as opposed to men with hairy legs. It’s not even up for discussion who will suffer backlash and these is why these courageous women have taken it upon themselves to share their body in its natural state. Beautiful. It’s that simple.

#HairyWomen is the latest Instagram trend and it’s exactly what you would expect.

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“I am enough. I am confident in my skin, and for who I am as a person.” . . Imperfection is perfection. Imperfection is uniqueness, everyone is imperfect in their own ways. That’s a beautiful thing. Imperfection is just a perception of ourselves, it is not real. Imperfection is being comfortable and confident with the bodies we are given, and what they do to make themselves happy and healthy. . . My body produces acne, which I realized is a positive thing. My body let’s go of toxins this way, through my face. I accept that. My body produces a lot of hair, to keep me warm since I don’t have much body fat. My body just doesn’t produce it and I accept that. I leave my body hair and honor it, it’s here to help me. I need constant self love and simple foods because I’m easily stressed. I accept that, and honestly living a more stress free lifestyle, and following my intuition each moment has made me feel much happier as a person. I love myself like I did when I was a child, before people told me who I had to be. . . I hope this inspires you to honor your body, listen to what it is telling you and treat yourself with love. You deserve it. I hope you listen to your intuition and hear what it is telling you, even if it’s as simple as “I need to rest.” You don’t need to strive every minute of every day. . . What are your positive affirmations for today? . . #noshaveever #hairywomen #hairypitsclub #effyourbeautystandards #naturalwomen #raw #followyourintuition #lightworker #honoryourbody #selfcare #positiveaffirmations #iamenough #treatyourself #orion #oriontattoo #rvlife #wildernessbabes #writersofinstagram

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HAIRY WOMAN: I fucking love every hair on my body! I've never felt sexier and more ME since I decided to stop shaving my underarms earlier this year. We have been socialized to believe that women should be smooth, soft, pruned, waxed, lasered and freshly shaven at all times – for the male gaze. – A woman's body hair (inc. pubic hair) is seen as 'gross' and unkempt – people throw the bullshit hygiene rhetoric, but are you telling your male friends/partners/relatives the same thing – or is this garbage only reserved for women? This void idea of what women 'should be'. Over on my sex-positive page @cherryrevolution, I get so many messages from girls and women of all ages telling me how inspiring it is to see a woman who isn't ashamed or embarrassed by the hair on HER body. – Those messages warm my heart but also remind me of how much this conditioning is suffocating us. It blows my mind how society will find ANY way to oppress, repress and strip women of ANY agency of their bodies. I remember feeling like I had to be smooth all the time in order to be loved and accepted by sexual partners, frantically shaving if I had a male companion coming over, not even understanding why I was doing it but just feeling like I HAD TO. – Ingrown hairs, cuts, bumps – but I still wanted to be soft and 'presentable' to make other people comfortable, all this so I wouldn't stand out. What a way to live life! Nothing enrages (and confuses) people like body hair on a woman and I find it fucking hilarious. People will genuinely bubble over like stew because a woman isn't shaven and plucked like a chicken. – There's a billion dollar industry that thrives from our insecurities and I'll be damned if I changed a damn thing on my body because 'men prefer' something – I also love how people think women actually need to care about what 'men prefer'. LOL. The short of this is, live YOUR LIFE! OWN YOUR BODY! OWN YOUR BODY HAIR, dye and braid that shit if you want to! (I'm currently deciding between purple or green) – Choosing myself every damn time continues to show me that life is too short to be feeding redundant patriarchal demands. MWAH!😜🤘🏾 – #FUCKTHEPATRIARCHY #HAIRYWOMEN 😍 #SOBERGANG

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