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Anaconda, Bitch, and Clothes: tooiconic Shaving is part of the patriarchy!!! No woman does it for herselfl! screams the girl who grows three thin little blonde hairs, who isnt burdened by ingrown hairs and constantly feeling itchy when she doesn't shave. respectthefemalebody You won't feel itchy once it gets long enough. And I mean, shaving is Women have been shaving our legs less than 100 years. It started as a gimmick for razor companies to sell their products to women while men were fighting ww2 Have you ever even seen what your natural adult leg hair looks like fully grown? What, do you think women are born with a gene that compels us to shave? tooiconic Hi, you don't know my body better than I do I had fully grown leg hair and all over body hair by 11 years old and I was an itchy, miserable mess. The leg hair in particular would touch my sheets, even my own clothes, and make me so itchy that I couldn't sleep anymore. The same thing with my pubic hair and leg hair still happens as an adult even after not shaving for about 5 days. Shut the hell up with this patriarchy bullshit respectthefemalebody Why do you think more women shave their legs than men? What do you think the word patriarchy means? Dont know why youre bothering. She acts personally attacked by every little thing feminists do, lol. She fails to even realise that no one would have a problem with "thick black hairs" if razor companies hadnt made women their target buyers. tooiconic ?77??? Did you just say that some women have thick leg because of razors??? I'm Italian. Italians have thick hair. What part of "l was tchy and horribly uncomfortable by age 11 didn't you understand? Please tell me you're not one of those people who thinks shaving makes your hair thicker. Please. Im saying u wouldnt be insecure about it if women shaving was never a thing to begin with tooiconic Where did I say I was insecure? I started shaving because I was ITCHY. What part of that is confusing? You think your itchy but its your mind tricking you, due to insecurities. spookysugarr Holy shit @tooiconic this bitch thinks she knows more about your body than you do Im a psychiatrist, shes likely suffering from ocd, anxiety disorder & mild Schizophrenia Also are u her personal white knight, every time someone disagrees with her ur here taking her hot loads to prove ur devotion spookysugarr Dude, you're not her doctor And no, but thinking just because you have a profession you know what's going on with people's body's from a Tumblr post, really? spookysugarr Help her what? You don't know if she's already talked about this with her own doctor or therapist or physiatrist or whatever, you can't just go diagnosing people like that on the internet. People self diagnose all the time and that's dangerous I don't know why it's so hard to believe you can feel itchy with hair on your body? That's my top reason to shave tbh @tooiconic message me and we will work through your phobia of leg hair, together. anti-sjw-rebel She doesn't have a phobia of leg hair. She shaves because it makes her uncomfortable and itchy Quit trollin dude. What she does with her hair is her own business not yours figgernaggotlove Some people don't realise they need help until it's too late tooiconic Please don't give this idiot anymore attention Shaving your leg hair is not only oppressive, but a sign of mental illness. I should know, I'm a random guy on the internet.
Anaconda, Bitch, and Clothes: tooiconic
 Shaving is part of the patriarchy!!! No woman does it for herselfl!
 screams the girl who grows three thin little blonde hairs, who isnt
 burdened by ingrown hairs and constantly feeling itchy when she
 doesn't shave.
 respectthefemalebody
 You won't feel itchy once it gets long enough. And I mean, shaving is
 Women have been shaving our legs
 less than 100 years. It started as a gimmick for razor companies to
 sell their products to women while men were fighting ww2
 Have you ever even seen what your natural adult leg hair looks like
 fully grown?
 What, do you think women are born with a gene that compels us to
 shave?
 tooiconic
 Hi, you don't know my body better than I do
 I had fully grown leg hair and all over body hair by 11 years old and I
 was an itchy, miserable mess. The leg hair in particular would touch
 my sheets, even my own clothes, and make me so itchy that I
 couldn't sleep anymore. The same thing with my pubic hair and leg
 hair still happens as an adult even after not shaving for about 5 days.
 Shut the hell up with this patriarchy bullshit

 respectthefemalebody
 Why do you think more women shave their legs than men?
 What do you think the word patriarchy means?
 Dont know why youre bothering. She acts personally attacked by
 every little thing feminists do, lol. She fails to even realise that no one
 would have a problem with "thick black hairs" if razor companies
 hadnt made
 women their target buyers.
 tooiconic
 ?77???
 Did you just say that some women have thick leg because of
 razors??? I'm Italian. Italians have thick hair. What part of "l was
 tchy and horribly uncomfortable by age 11 didn't you understand?
 Please tell me you're not one of those people who thinks shaving
 makes your hair thicker. Please.
 Im saying u wouldnt be insecure about it if women shaving was
 never a thing to begin with

 tooiconic
 Where did I say I was insecure? I started shaving because I was
 ITCHY. What part of that is confusing?
 You think your itchy but its your mind tricking you, due to insecurities.
 spookysugarr
 Holy shit @tooiconic this bitch thinks she knows more about your
 body than you do
 Im a psychiatrist, shes likely suffering from ocd, anxiety disorder &
 mild Schizophrenia
 Also are u her personal white knight, every time someone disagrees
 with her ur here taking her hot loads to prove ur devotion
 spookysugarr
 Dude, you're not her doctor
 And no, but thinking just because you have a profession you know
 what's going on with people's body's from a Tumblr post, really?

 spookysugarr
 Help her what? You don't know if she's already talked about this with
 her own doctor or therapist or physiatrist or whatever, you can't just
 go diagnosing people like that on the internet. People self diagnose
 all the time and that's dangerous
 I don't know why it's so hard to believe you can feel itchy with hair on
 your body? That's my top reason to shave tbh
 @tooiconic message me and we will work through your phobia of leg
 hair, together.
 anti-sjw-rebel
 She doesn't have a phobia of leg hair. She shaves because it makes
 her uncomfortable and itchy
 Quit trollin dude.
 What she does with her hair is her own business not yours

 figgernaggotlove
 Some people don't realise they need help until it's too late
 tooiconic
 Please don't give this idiot anymore attention
Shaving your leg hair is not only oppressive, but a sign of mental illness. I should know, I'm a random guy on the internet.

Shaving your leg hair is not only oppressive, but a sign of mental illness. I should know, I'm a random guy on the internet.

Bad, Bitch, and Friends: Lara Witt @Femmefeministe We shouldn't have to out ourselves as survivors in order for people to grasp the magnitude of how systemic assault & harassment are. #MeToo 10/15/17, 7:07 PM This is not to say that MeToo is a bad thing at all; just that, once again, the burden falls on the oppressed group (people who have been assaulted-harassed) to appeal to the moral sense of their oppressors. @femmefeministe explains, "Each time I pour my soul into a piece about assault, I draw out words and put them together with the hope that someone will feel connected or some sense of solidarity. I write for victims, but I also write for those who don’t know what it’s like, I have written with the hope that those of you who have never felt themselves shredded and stripped of their autonomy will hear us and fight alongside us because we need more people to stand up against rape culture. We march, we carry signs, we hold hands, we cry, we scream β€” but who’s listening? Sometimes it feels as if no matter how many times we write our stories, no matter how many statistics we show you, you don’t really care. For a moment you ingest our pain; you read details and see flashes of images pushed into the sentences we stitch together. Perhaps you almost feel a sense of revulsion, or even guilt. You think we were raped by monsters, but the people in our nightmares are people like your fathers, your brothers, your friends... How many stories will we have to write for you to care? Or have you read too many of our horrors? Are you desensitized now? Your friend made a rape joke, but hey, he’s a good guy. Right? I won’t tell you about the person who destroyed me. I won’t tell you about the scars. I won’t tell you about the night terrors or the depression or the anxiety or loneliness β€” because, to you, I’m just another bitch who was probably asking for it. I’m a statistic you will forget, these words of mine, you will forget but I will go back to bed and not have the luxury of forgetting. I am tired of proving to you just how difficult it is to recover. I cannot do that labor anymore. The numbers are out there for you to research: the essays, the songs, the art and the speeches are there for you to absorb and carry within your heart so that perhaps one day you can find the time to actually help us dismantle rape culture.”
Bad, Bitch, and Friends: Lara Witt
 @Femmefeministe
 We shouldn't have to out
 ourselves as survivors in order
 for people to grasp the
 magnitude of how systemic
 assault & harassment are.
 #MeToo
 10/15/17, 7:07 PM
This is not to say that MeToo is a bad thing at all; just that, once again, the burden falls on the oppressed group (people who have been assaulted-harassed) to appeal to the moral sense of their oppressors. @femmefeministe explains, "Each time I pour my soul into a piece about assault, I draw out words and put them together with the hope that someone will feel connected or some sense of solidarity. I write for victims, but I also write for those who don’t know what it’s like, I have written with the hope that those of you who have never felt themselves shredded and stripped of their autonomy will hear us and fight alongside us because we need more people to stand up against rape culture. We march, we carry signs, we hold hands, we cry, we scream β€” but who’s listening? Sometimes it feels as if no matter how many times we write our stories, no matter how many statistics we show you, you don’t really care. For a moment you ingest our pain; you read details and see flashes of images pushed into the sentences we stitch together. Perhaps you almost feel a sense of revulsion, or even guilt. You think we were raped by monsters, but the people in our nightmares are people like your fathers, your brothers, your friends... How many stories will we have to write for you to care? Or have you read too many of our horrors? Are you desensitized now? Your friend made a rape joke, but hey, he’s a good guy. Right? I won’t tell you about the person who destroyed me. I won’t tell you about the scars. I won’t tell you about the night terrors or the depression or the anxiety or loneliness β€” because, to you, I’m just another bitch who was probably asking for it. I’m a statistic you will forget, these words of mine, you will forget but I will go back to bed and not have the luxury of forgetting. I am tired of proving to you just how difficult it is to recover. I cannot do that labor anymore. The numbers are out there for you to research: the essays, the songs, the art and the speeches are there for you to absorb and carry within your heart so that perhaps one day you can find the time to actually help us dismantle rape culture.”

This is not to say that MeToo is a bad thing at all; just that, once again, the burden falls on the oppressed group (people who have been as...