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OK, more than a hint. Have you ever seen a photo of Frida Kahlo and been drawn lustfully, as I have, to her fabulous, thick eyebrows, those two dark arches flapping above her eyes like the outstretched wings of a raven? The woman I set Kevin up with, a beautiful and ferociously smart poet and translator named Jill, who graduated summa cum laude in comparative literature at a university Kevin was rejected from, and whom I dated years ago, has those same eyebrows, and that same dark fuzz, but in both cases a little darker and a little thicker.
There are photos of her working out, selfies that highlight her physical changes since she switched up her fitness routine, and snaps of all her favorite eeeeeats. But Mikenas's account also focuses on something women often don't talk about, let alone show on Instagram: body hair. The Indiana-based Instagrammer hasn't shaved her body hair in over a year, and she proudly displays her leg and armpit hair to remind other women that it's OK to let it grow.
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Men and body hair. There is a lot to talk about in this broad category. But men with plentiful body hair are also somewhat glamorized for their masculinity… at least, as long as it is done right!
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Morgan Mikenas shares empowering and motivational updates about her bodybuilding progress and body hair growth on Instagram. It's just nice to embrace the natural beauty that you are. To me
The general consensus is that the vast majority of the women within those numbers are heading to the gym to stay in shape and improve their mental health, overwhelmingly through holistic kinds of exercise like yoga. That raises an interesting question: where does this pressure to beef up actually spread its roots? Is it fuelled by social media and ITVBe beefcakes?
Please refresh the page and retry. O K, first thing's first: this is not an article about belly shaming if that's even a thing. Whether a person trains to the level of a chiselled six pack or not is their own business — I don't want to start berating anyone who quite reasonably isn't very interested in seeing their own abs.