From mastectomy photos to breastfeeding shots , women are constantly having to fight for their right to show parts of their everyday lives -- and bodies -- on social media. The latest brouhaha revolves not around breasts but, erm , bush. Yep, turns out, Instagram isn't so much a fan of women flaunting pubic hair. The controversy began when Australian online magazine and styling agency Sticks and Stones posted the below photo of two models wearing bikini briefs, in which their pubic hair was obviously in plain sight. Not only was the apparently controversial image soon deleted by Instagram, but Sticks and Stones' account -- which had more than , followers -- was deleted, as well. Ainsley Hutchence, the agency's director, believes that if it had been men's pubic hair on display, Instagram wouldn't have balked, explaining to Mic.
Women proudly flaunt their pubic and underarm hair on the beach for body positive razor ad
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By Danielle Zoellner For Dailymail. A razor company has launched a new campaign featuring females modeling pubic and armpit hair, as it aims to challenge the 'summer ready' pressure placed on women to shave during the hotter months. Billie, a female-focused razor brand, first launched into the spotlight last year for its Project Body Hair campaign — becoming the first shaving ad to show women with armpit hair. The company has now taken its message one step further for its latest campaign, Red, White and You Do You, by having women model both armpit hair and pubic hair while on the beach. New: Billie, a female-focused razor brand, launched a new commercial on Wednesday featuring armpit and pubic hair. Sending a message: The ad features women proudly flaunting their pubic and armpit hair while on the beach ahead of the Fourth of July.
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Plus, why some have never used a razor below the belt. Do you remember the first time you shaved your pubes? When you were awkwardly bent over in the shower yelling at your parents to stop knocking on the door and asking why you've been in there for so long OK, even if you can't relate, everyone has a preference when it comes to how they maintain their pubic hair. Landing strip.