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¿Te atreverías a dejarte las axilas peludas?

Son muy pocas las mujeres que se atreven a dejarse las axilas peludas. En este año una chica británica volvió tendencia el JanuHairy.

Varias famosas de Hollywood se han dejado ver con las axilas peludas, entre ellas: Julia Roberts, Madonna y Miley Cyrus. Pero esta vez, Laura Jackson empezó una campaña en redes sociales llamada #JanuHairy. La idea no es dejarte solo las axilas peludas, sino todo el cuerpo. La chica de 21 años no volvió a depilar su cuerpo desde mayo del 2018 e invita a las mujeres a dejar a un lado el tabú de no depilarse.

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Hi I’m Laura, the gal behind Januhairy! I thought I would write a little about my experiences and how Januhairy came about… I grew out my body hair for a performance as part of my drama degree in May 2018. There had been some parts that were challenging for me, and others that really opened my eyes to the taboo of body hair on a woman. After a few weeks of getting used to it, I started to like my natural hair. I also started to like the lack of uncomfortable episodes of shaving. Though I felt liberated and more confident in myself, some people around me didn’t understand why I didn’t shave/didn’t agree with it. I realised that there is still so much more for us to do to be able to accept one another fully and truly. Then I thought of Januhairy and thought I would try it out. It’s a start at least . . . I have had a lot of support from my friends and family! Even though I had to explain why I was doing it to a lot of them which was surprising, and again, the reason why this is important to do! When I first started growing my body hair my mum asked me “Is it you just being lazy or are you trying to prove a point?” . . . why should we be called lazy if we don’t want to shave? And why do we have to be proving a point? After talking to her about it and helping her understand, she saw how weird it was that she asked those questions. If we do something/see the same things, over and over again it becomes normal. She is now going to join in with Januhairy and grow out her own body hair which is a big challenge for her as well as many women who are getting involved. Of course a good challenge! This isn’t an angry campaign for people who don’t see how normal body hair is, but more an empowering project for everyone to understand more about their views on themselves and others. This picture was taken a few months ago. Now I am joining in with Januhairy, starting the growing process again along with the other wonderful women who have signed up! Progress pictures/descriptions from our gals will be posted throughout the month. Lets get hairy 🌵 #januhairy #bodygossip #bodyhairmovement #happyandhairy #loveyourbody #thenaturalrevolution #natural #hairywomen #womanpowe

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En instagram varias chicas se unieron a la campaña y compartieron fotos en las que aparecen sin depilar:

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Another aspect of understanding sexual energy between two people is emotional intimacy, an instinctive desire to bond to a lover, to feel comfort, to be known. This makes the difference between pure physical sex and lovemaking. Emotional intimacy comes from affection, from sharing feelings, from being vulnerable. By caring, you reinforce each other’s attractiveness and make each other feel special. As friends and lovers, you are fundamentally there for each other which creates trust. You see each other as real people, the good and the bad, not some idealized version. When conflict, anger, or hurt feelings arise you’re committed to working through them. Bring your fears and insecurities to a partner in an undefended way. When you share all parts of yourself, even your secrets, you can truly surrender. -Tantric sexuality teacher David Deida. . Sexual activity benefits your body in many of the same ways as exercise, boosting heart health and immunity and lowering blood pressure Sex is linked to improved sleep, intimacy and self-esteem and it may also lower your stress levels and provide pain relief A healthy sex life is a key part of a healthful lifestyle; if your sex life needs a boost, nutritional and emotional factors may need to be addressed . https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/11/18/11-sex-health-benefits.aspx . . So many are uncomfortable to even talk about sexual energy. In the early days of my chronic illness I often felt like my skin was sunburnt, and experienced a lot of deep stabbing pains in my muscles, sex was the last thing on my mind. After changing my diet, and doing some physical therapy, I realized sex made a big difference in my symptoms with regular doses. 😊 *No not everyone feels the same, or is even interested, just one of the things that has helped me heal. 💜 . . #sexed #exercise #healthylifestyle #selflove #chronicpain #fibromyalgia #youdontlooksick #hairdontcare #hippiegoddess #januhairy #bodypositive #noshavelife

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The incredible @chante.heart shares her thoughts and her beauty❤️ “I didn’t want to be one of those ladies that posts a picture with their unshaven armpits and feels the need to explain how society sucks & should change, and they are proud of their hair.. though I agree, somewhere in there I feel like just needing to express an explanation or defense already makes it seem less normal & negates the point of how inherently not a big deal it is. But here I am, writing out explanatory words to sooth some level of anxiety I still seem to have about blatantly showing my fuz, because I’ve heard the backlash before, the disgust, the mock vomiting, and the judgment by men and women on women who make the choice to let their bodies be wild. I’m not one for policing folks who choose to shave or not, how you want express your body is your choice, anyone else’s opinion (including my own) i see as totally irrelevant. In my life, I’m at a place where not shaving represents coming home to my body, my mind, my adult humanness, & my ‘woman’hood. It has been a process like the blooming of a flower, a love of my given design that unfolds petal by petal with the passing of time. Today I posted a picture of some beautiful blooming mustard yellow flowers a saw on my walk, and I posted a picture of myself, blooming in my mustard yellow dress & feeling just as beautiful.” 👏✨❤️ Support the Januhairy movement by donating to Body Gossip’s Performance Project: a great charity and Januhairy is almost at it's fundraising target! Click here for more info and to dig into your pockets and donate as little or as much as you can…(link in the bio) https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/bodygossip #januhairy #bodygossip #bodyhairmovement #happyandhairy #loveyourbody #thenaturalrevolution #natural #hairywomen #womanpower #selflove #feminine

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Jesteśmy kobietami. Mamy włosy na ciele. Na rękach, nogach, łonach, brzuchach, plecach, twarzach. Nasze włosy są od jasnego blondu, po czarną jak smoła czerń. Od cienkich i delikatnych, prawie niewidocznych, po gęste, grube i widoczne nawet z bardzo daleka. Od małego uczy się nas, że włosy na ciele są nieporządane, złe, paskudne. Przekaz jest jasny. To klarowny roztwór dyskryminacji, nienawiści i presji. Media, reklamy, cała pop kultura, koledzy i koleżanki ze szkoły, często członkowie rodziny, opiekunowie, nieraz nieznajomi na ulicy – wszyscy jednym głosem mówią nam, co powinnyśmy myśleć i czuć w związku z naszym ciałem, jego małą, cienką, wyrastającą z cebulki częścią. Włosów używa się jako pretekstu, by z nas szydzić, by nas poniżać, porównywać do zwierząt, śmiać się z nas, musztrować, zmuszać nas do torturowania ciała, do uważnego przyglądania się samym sobie, czy pasujemy do kanonu, do wąskiej foremki narzuconej z góry. Nie pasujesz? Poczuj dyskomfort. Zrezygnuj z czegoś. Nie idź na basen. Przełóż spotkanie. Wycofaj się. Przygotuj. Bez tego będziesz inna, trudna, zbuntowana, nie każdy to zaakceptuje. Pewnego dnia sama w to wierzysz. Po prostu lubisz być gładka. Do tego wiesz, że włosy są brzydkie, że psują wizerunek, a przede wszystkim sprawiają, że czujesz się brudna. Bolesna depilacja, krwawa nauka używania golarki, kosztowny laser – przynoszą ulgę. Pasujesz. Jesteś czysta, ale każdy nowy milimetr przypomina Ci, że walka trwa, wygrałaś bitwę, ale wciąż jesteś na wojnie ze swoim ciałem. Spytaj się siebie: Czy kiedyś z czegoś zrezygnowaś z powodu odrostu? Czy widziałaś kiedykolwiek swoje ciało z włosami zapuszczonymi na max? Czy jeśli czujesz do włosów obrzydzenie, to możesz powiedzieć, że nie czujesz presji golenia? Czy gdybyś miała włosy na full nie wstydziłabyś się iść na basen? Wrzucić zdjęcie do Internetu? Spotkać ze znajomymi na plaży? Czy jesteś wolna? Czy twój wybór może być wolny w społeczeństwie, które wywiera taką presję? @cialopozytyw @janu_hairy @bodyhairmovement @natural.femininity @gethairyfebruary @allyournaturalbeauty

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Gracias a ese nuevo reto, se volvió a poner de moda pintarse el vello de las axilas de unicornio. Según  la revista People, fue la Youtuber Rainbow Girl, quien impulsó la tendencia de pintarse el vello de las axilas de unicornio. Si te animas a hacerlo, acá te dejamos el tutorial:

Con el hashtag #UnicornArmpitHair algunas chicas se animaron a compartir sus fotos:

¿Te atreverías a unirte a los retos #JanuHairy y #UnicornArmpitHair? No se te olvide dejarnos tus comentarios en redes y compartirlo con tus amigas, seguro hay alguna que está cansada de depilarse y quiere unirse a esta nueva tendencia.

Con información de: Informe 21 y Apppanamericana

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