toxicnebulae asked: you are so gorgeous.
Thank you <3 You’re sweet.
Anonymous asked: your (old?) blog was one of the first I looked into when I became interested in feminism so thanks to you, I now have the confidence to wear shorts/skirts/dresses without shaving!
Thank you!!! That means so so much to me to hear that. Posts like these make me want to continue on with my blog.
Anonymous asked: How come you and all the other leg submissions have such soft, fine body hair? Mine is really thick and dark and not at all soft.
Mine are actually pretty thick, especially my calves and lower legs. I’ll try to get some close up shots for you! Be proud of your body hair, I’m sure it’s gorgeous <3
still femme as hell
I love this!
retreatfromthesun asked: I'm really glad you started this blog up again...I shaved my legs this summer because my year-long experiment in not shaving didn't end in me being totally comfortable with my hairy legs. You are making me think I just need to stick with it a little longer! (I have gotten almost totally into my hairy armpits, except right now they have been itchy for days, suddenly, ugh)
I took a brief hiatus (well, couple years almost), but I had someone remind me that while I was blogging and putting myself out there, I was happy with my body. Hairy legs in a society like ours can be difficult to swallow. Confidence is key, which I’m still working on myself. Good luck and thank you for your kind words of support.
bigdog222 asked: Heyy i just wanted to say hi and that what i think your doing is way awesome and also wanted to say dang any guy/girl would be way lucky to have you around there arm is one lucky SOB:) anyways hi im weston and would love to chat sometime:)
Thanks for the support/compliment!
piercedpenis asked: How did people at work react to ur hairy legs. And pits;-)?
I haven’t really shown off my arm pits as much as I’d like, but I’m looking to change that this spring/summer when it’s warmer. As far as my legs, people that I work with don’t say anything, but I’ll get the occasional client that will be rude or act disgusted. Sometimes it makes me self conscious but I get it over it pretty quickly. And I know that if I’d have a bad day at work because of something trivial like hair, I can go home and feel beautiful regardless.
baretobush asked: Hey lady! I think your not shaving stance is really great and thought you might get a kick out of my growing-out-my-bush blog. :) I want my hair back!
I’ll check it out! Thanks for stopping by my blog and thanks for your support!
Anonymous asked: Do you use hair products on your body hair?
As in like conditioning and stuff? I haven’t until now, but that’s a freaking amazing idea! I take biotin and other things to help it grow and be soft, but never thought about using hair care products. I do occasionally dye my fur as well :)
piercedpenis asked: Just wanted to say that I love that Ur hairy and proud and show it off. I'm slowing but surely working my fiancée in to showing off her hair. But it really does take some balls and let me tell u. U have them thanks again for the amazing page :-)
That’s amazing! Give your fiancee time to be comfortable. And support her, hold her hand, and tell her she’s gorgeous. Her confidence will soar and the last thing on her mind will be her hair.
And thanks for the compliments :D
freakin1075 asked: Will you be posting more pictures of your sexy legs? I look forward to seeing more pictures :)
It’s possible! And thanks for the compliment. I’m going to be challenging myself to show off my legs/armpits more in public, so I’ll be posting those photos on here as I do.
Anonymous asked: I think what you are doing is great and bold. I appreciate it so much, like you have no idea... I get teased for having a hairy body in general. - a hairy teenage girl
Dear Hairy Teenage Girl,
It took me a long time to become comfortable in my own skin. Thankfully, I have a good support system and I appreciate him very much in making me feel gorgeous. Don’t be afraid or nervous or feel bad about your hair. You’re gorgeous. Always believe that.
peculiarparable asked: Do you know of any other blogs that are similar to this one?
I will start doing some research and I will get back to you on that. I’d be curious in knowing this and following others as well.
So I dyed some of my lighter hair a darker brown. Pictures below. I’ll be showcasing my new found dark fur at the gynecologist tomorrow. I’m sure that will be an interesting trip. She’s going to get an eyeful, hahaha.
Also, complete side note, I stopped plucking my eyebrows (after being a crazy woman and plucking them pretty thin) and now they’re growing in nice and full and natural <3.Armpit fur love. It basically matches my hair on my head now.
Dark belly hairs. Some of them used to be lighter blonde. Not now!
Darker leg furs. These last 2 pictures are my favorite <3 I love my furry legs. I used to be super self conscious, but I’m learning to be more comfortable in my own skin. I’m learning to love myself <3.
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s post about how the lady doctor’s visit goes. I’m sure I’ll have a story from that!
So I decided to take a friend up on his challenge of showcasing my hair in public at least once a week. So when I saw him on Thursday he asked me if I had taken him up on the challenge he had given me yet, which at that point I had not. So the following day I picked out my clothes for my work day. I picked out a dress with a sweater for over top and some cute shoes. The dress came to approximately my calves since I didn’t want to go super short because of how cold it’s been outside. Anyways, so per the photos below, you can see how it looked.
As far as reactions at work, most people didn’t acknowledge the fact that my furry legs were sticking out. There was one particular situation where a younger guy, I’d say mid 20s or early 30s commented that it looked disgusting to his friend, mumbled under his breath, but I definitely heard what he had said. It made me incredibly self conscious at first, but considering he was the only one that even bothered to comment, I figured it was just him giving in to social pressures that he has always grown up with.
I went to Chipotle Mexican Grill directly after work, where no one even bothered to comment or even truly pay attention, which was nice honestly…the fact that people didn’t even bother to be negative or stare.
In the end it truly made me a little more confident and I look forward to trying it out more in the future where I show off my other furry parts :D
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