22 posts tagged body positive
Bathtime with Floe :}
Photo by Tobias English of
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Where would a woman have to come from to have that much body hair naturally?
Not trying to sound like an asshole, this photo is lovely, I am just genuinely curious.Hi there! Thanks for the compliment. :) I was born in the US and am a pretty vast mixture of different ethnicities, mostly European. The biggest chunk (1/4) and the heritage I feel the most connected to is Italian. My grandfather’s side of the family comes from Bari and Calabria in Southern Italy. :) Honestly, through my Body Hair Aware project, I have learned that (as I suspected) male pattern body hair on women is far more common than most people know because most of the women who have it hide and/or remove it with regularity and rarely discuss it. You would be amazed by the number of women (from many different backgrounds and ethnicities) who have messaged me who also have a great deal of body hair - even chest hair. It’s something humanity has rejected for so long, many people don’t even know it exists. I find this and the psychology behind it vastly intriguing.
I love you, Tango ♥
[ photo is a person laying in a bathtub, looking to the side and smiling. they have armpit hair, chest hair, leg hair, a happy trail and thick pubic hair. ]
Mo’Nique BET Awards “Crazy In Love” Performance. Just in case some of y’all don’t understand the significance of the gif set I just reblogged.
I loved this so much because it showed FAT WOMEN doing the damn thing. Fat women of color tearing the fucking house down with choreography. Everything about this was perfection and I loved Mo’Nique for it.
This is exquisite. They are amazing. I got MY LIFE at 0:40. I LOVE IT. Excellent. Kudos to Mo’Nique and the other women for this. I am grinning from ear to ear. :)
Awesome, so very awesome.
EVERY LITTLE THING ABOUT THIS
Perfect the way u are
Why is it called “skinny dipping” any way? FAT DIPPING 5EVA!
Swimming nude in the ocean is still on my bucket list, tbh.
This is wonderful!
I am naturally a very hairy woman. I don’t have PCOS or anything like that - it’s because of my Italian heritage. After years of ridicule, feeling embarrassed, enduring painful removal, hiding it, and despising the whole situation, I finally came to fully embrace it and haven’t removed it in about three years. I am a model and performance artist, and I have always had an underlying desire to love my fuzzies, but felt unsure for many years if I could handle the negative attention that would undoubtedly come with it. Since learning to love and accept it fully, I have realized that it is soooo worth it. The positive far outweighs the negative. Many new and exciting opportunities have come my way as a direct result of being myself and embracing my body hair. Love perpetuates love. I encourage everyone everywhere to practice self love and acceptance deeply and fully as often as possible! We are all worthy of love and acceptance. I love blogs like this that are actively spreading this very important message. Thank you so much!
Thank you for sharing your story with us. I think you are an absolutely gorgeous human being, and I am really envious of your fuzzies.
I looooove this!