В инстаграме запустили флешмоб о волосах на женском теле
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В сервисе Instagram запустили флешмоб: пользователи публикуют фотографии с волосами на женском теле с хэштегом #januhairy.

Флешмоб запустила 21-летняя актриса Лора. Его цель – борьба за право на волосы на женском теле. Девушкам предлагают не удалять волосы и постить свои фото в instagram. Зачем? Чтобы бороться с общепринято нормой о красивом теле и чтобы собирать средства для образовательного прокта body gossips, который связан с познанием своего тела.

Лора Джексон о том, как создала флешмоб #Januhairy:

“Привет, я Лора, девушка за Januhairy! Я вырастила волосы на теле для спектакля в мае 2018 года. Это действительно открыло мне глаза на табу на волосы на теле женщины. После нескольких недель привыкания мне начали нравиться мои натуральные волосы. Мне начало нравиться отсутствие дискомфорта от бритья. Хотя я чувствовала себя освобожденной и более уверенной в себе, люди вокруг меня не понимали, почему я не удаляю волосы. Я увидела, что нам еще многое предстоит сделать, чтобы мы могли принимать друг друга полностью и по-настоящему. Тогда я подумала о #Januhairy и получила большую поддержку от друзей и семьи! Несмотря на то, что для многих из них это было удивительно.”

 

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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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А вот некоторые фото под хэштегом:

 

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i’ve been in the modelling industry since i turned 18 and the last 5 years i haven’t shaved my legs and 2 years haven’t shaved my armpits – when i was finally brave enough to lift my arm in photos i got a lot of hate, to the point of death threats and i am regularly told it’s disgusting and i need to shave. it’s so good to see the stigma of natural body hair on women being challenged by other people! i have felt so alone in this path. the tears i’ve shed over the journey to embrace my own body hair is so ridiculous and can still be so sad for me to think about. over the last week i discovered @janu_hairy – big thanks to some of you tagging them on my profile! (please always tag me in things you think i’ll be interested in) 🙏🏼 looking into the movement tonight has got me crying and i didn’t want to wait any longer to share something about it. i never know where to begin with talking about my body hair experience. the videos i shared on youtube barely touch the surface and were both anxiety inducing to film. the thought of making more weighs on me, i want to but there’s just so much i want to do… and say. the reactions to my body hair are often nasty and my audience is over 200,000 men that cannot relate. i have felt so alone, i have felt so wrong, i have felt so annoying. i have been brushing off the impact of everything and afraid to talk about it because… i’m a “strong independent woman”, i should “ignore the trolls” and there are worse things going on in the world i should be talking about right? but… it’s ok to be fed up with something. it’s ok. it sometimes feels the only audience i reach when i upload are men with a fetish and i’m fed up of my natural body being simply a fetish. i want to change this. i want to reach women and show them it’s ok to embrace it. i want to reach little girls and show them they don’t have to remove it! i want to be heard and i want to be seen outside of the sex industry. i want to be the person i needed when i was younger, the change i want to see in the world. who else is with me? what if you didn’t shave in january? what if you shared your own body hair experience? #januhairy | wearing beautiful new @harlowandfox bra.

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Maybe I’m disgusting, gross and dirty… or maybe I’m just an adult human female. #bodyhairdontcare #januhairy @mynakedlunchbox

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FUCK. YOUR. WHITE. BEAUTY. STANDARDS.

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Full support for #Januhairy! Be wild and free.

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Um grupo de mulheres decidiu usar o Facebook como ferramenta para combater a imposição cultural relacionada à depilação impecável dos pelos nas axilas e das pernas, promovido em editoriais de moda e propagandas. O objetivo da campanha é promover a auto aceitação feminina. Lançada em janeiro e intitulada de Januhairy (“Janeiro Peludo”), a ação nascida na Inglaterra confronta os padrões de beleza, e já conquistou mulheres dos EUA, Canadá, Alemanha, Rússia e Espanha. “Algumas de nós não gosta (de estar depiladas), outras gostam. Mas continuamos femininas, higiênicas e bonitas, não importa se estamos peludas ou depiladas”, publicou a fundadora do grupo Laura Jackson. Saiba mais em LEIAJA.COM/NOTICIAS 📷 Reprodução/Facebook/Januhairy #pelos #cabelos #padrao #januhairy #TánoLeiaJá

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Бодипозитивное отношение к волосам на теле пропагандирует и певица Сюзанна Варнина.

 

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Воспринимать кого -то ,как оскорбление на свой счёт -общественная норма .)

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