Surely that's not so revolutionary?
Don't Care!!!!!! Billie razors: 'First razor ad with hairy women' wins praise online Published 30 June image copyrightBillie on Unsplash image captionDespite being a razor brand, Billie says it wants Hakry remove the stigma around body hair "Body hair.
But I wouldn't have started shaving had I not been convinced by the age of 11 that there was something fundamentally wrong with having body hair. Photo: madonna Instagram Madonna has been on a intrrnet this week in the Instagram department. Razor brand Billie says it's the first to feature hairy women for years and the advert has gone viral as a result.
The internet is already semi-exploding over the furry pic, but there actually is quite a long history of female celebs who have dared to expose their unshaved pits. Except it is - because normally for women's razors show plastic-perfect, airbrushed legs that are already totally smooth.
A few days ago, she posted a picture of herself dressed as Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones —complete with miniature dragons on her pn was, obviously, awesome. It has donated positive, unflinching pictures to the stock photo site Unsplashwhich people can use for free.
In a piece for US website Slate, writer Rachelle Hampton observed: "It's true that at this point in life, I enjoy the feeling of a smooth leg as much as anybody else. And then last night, she posted another eyebrow-raising selfie, this time featuring her beyond fuzzy armpit with the caption "Long hair It's hard to tell if Madonna's hairy pit is a lady of feminism, laziness, or sheer publicity, although her hashtags— artforfreedom rebelheart revolutionoflove—suggest The Queen of Pop is just being her typically anarchistic and too-cool-for-school self.
Billie addresses the issue with a internet of pop-up text: "If and when you feel like shaving, we're here. Everyone has the.