I did my own research, aka I texted a bunch of my queer and trans friends to ask them about their body hair. What do you do with your pit hair? How does that choice connect with your gender, your other identities, cultural or family expectations?
“Bing bing, bong bong, bing bing bing.”
“I made a choice about how I would look, and didn’t realize until I’d done it how unprecedented that was.”
MEGAN RAPINOE IS NOT WEARING ANY CLOTHES. I REPEAT, NO CLOTHES AT ALL.
“For me, Pride is like New Years. It is a time to reflect on how far we’ve come and how much my life has changed.”
If you have a spiritual practice, that means you, well, practice.
No matter the hate we have faced, we can reclaim our spirituality in a world where many people would call us sinners.
Here’s the deal: I both like and am my body. I am a girl, ergo I have a girl’s body. It’s neat. You know what I think helped me to be comfortable with my body more than anything else? The US Army.
Or don’t. Armpits4August doesn’t mind whether you preen your pits or not, as long as you’re willing to talk about it and PCOS.
“Social equality for all people, regardless of size, must become a goal of the queer movement.”
You have them. Scientists want to study them.
Your parents don’t know what to say, your girlfriend wants to take things slow, and also you’re a virgin who can probably drive.
“I walked out of the salon with the perkiest boobs ever.”
“If you are not hungry enough to eat an apple, then you are not hungry.”