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Re: What cultural behavior do most women have in common

#401  Postby LucidFlight » Mar 29, 2014 2:44 am

TMB wrote:This article comments Madonnas recent public display of unshaven pits, and given the rash of articles following this, most commentators seem to think that this is a significant social event.

http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-1.582441


I think those commentators should look at attending social events that are more interesting, then.

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Re: What cultural behavior do most women have in common

#402  Postby NamelessFaceless » Mar 29, 2014 10:21 pm

TMB wrote:This article comments Madonnas recent public display of unshaven pits, and given the rash of articles following this, most commentators seem to think that this is a significant social event.

http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-1.582441


Dude, if you like hairy women just own it and move on. No one is judging you.
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Re: What cultural behavior do most women have in common

#403  Postby TMB » Mar 30, 2014 12:38 am

NamelessFaceless wrote:
TMB wrote:This article comments Madonnas recent public display of unshaven pits, and given the rash of articles following this, most commentators seem to think that this is a significant social event.

http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-1.582441


Dude, if you like hairy women just own it and move on. No one is judging you.


Thankyou for your valiant attempt at humour, but you should not be disheartened by failure, keep on trying.

Unexpectedly you have highlighted something. Madge is no hairier than most women, so it is not a matter of being hairy, just being the way she really is rather than following a cultural norm. She is choosing to present herself as she really is and perhaps does not suffer the same disgust that many women have been culturally indoctrinated to feel for the highly dangerous, uber important tufts of armpit hair.

Good thing that society ensures we prioritise the important stuff like body hair to achieve our optimum, rather than waste those billions on cancer research, that we now spend on depilation.
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