A Shave-Free Summer
With companies and editorials slowly including women’s body hair in their campaigns, more and more women are becoming comfortable going au natural. But what is it like to be a female with full on body hair, especially in the summer? Insta-famous feminist, Arvida, speaks to Refinery29 on the highs and lows of not shaving, what sparked her decision, and how living in a very liberal city plays into this.
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