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Home Forums RACCA Forum Did renaissance women remove their body hair

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    <br><br>There has been a good amount of research over the last ten years on a new fashion for that removal of pubic hair amongst women. It’s been linked depilacja bikini bez podrażnień in some quarters to a aesthetic of pornography now acquireable on the internet containing reset the “norms” of women’s bodily appearance.<br><br>Visible body hair on women disrupts traditional gender roles – it can be deemed to get masculine to get hair on one’s body in many cultures – and also this includes your hair on the pubic area and armpits that naturally grows of many female bodies. In many cultures it really is normal to get rid of this hair – in the 2005 study of UK women, over 90% participants reported having removed hair using their underarms and legs, over 80% from other pubic area and eyebrows. These figures are similar in the US and Australia.<br><br>

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