Women are coerced into hair removal, indoctrinated by society to see it as a necessity. They are making decisions as to what type of razor they use, whether they use cream or wax, whether they get a professional to do it, but these are secondary decisions; the initial choice is whether to remove hair at all, and this decision was made by someone else, long ago, with little thought as to our best intentions. Along with the decisions about whether body hair is attractive, or hygienic. Of course, we all have personal preference, but when every channel in society tells you that body hair is repulsive, there is only one conclusion to come to. It is near-impossible to have a true preference. And until women are no longer chastised, mocked, and insulted for their body hair, we cannot say that we have that choice.
filmmaker asks 20 strangers to kiss each other for the first time. holy shite i have goosebumps. (x)
This was incredibly awkward in some parts but also sweet in others.
I wonder if any of them dated after this
fun date idea: Go down on me while I shop online with ur credit card
if you can learn to pronounce:
- arnold schwarzenegger
- benedict cumberbatch
- ralph fiennes
- jake gyllenhaal
- etc. etc. etc.
you can learn to pronounce:
- quvenzhané wallis
horror movies that begin with “based on a true story”
no one cares if you don’t like short hair on girls shut the fuck up