Please refresh the page and retry. Research by analysts Mintel shows that there has been a steady decline in millennial women removing hair from their legs and underarms. In 95 per cent of women aged 16 to 24 said they removed hair from their underarms. In , this had dropped to just 77 per cent.
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Rise of young women going 'au naturel' as nearly a quarter now don't shave their underarms
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In her new book Unshaven , photographer Nikki Silver celebrates women who choose to not shave their body hair. Co-authored by sexuality educator Tina Horn , the book features both erotic and feminist images of amateur models showing off their body hair. As an award-winning feminist porn producer , Silver said she had already been photographing women for her porn site NaughtyNatural when she decided to create Unshaven. She had a catalogue of over 40, photos to choose from between her porn shoots and specific photography taken for the book. While Unshaven includes a diverse range of models, there are many feminists who argue that growing out body hair as a political statement is often white-washed.
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For some, it's empowering to go against the grain and our society's fixation with female hairless bodies. It's natural, so if you've got it, flaunt it. For others, seeing visible armpit and leg hair still creates discomfort. It spurred that much conversation. Two decades later, however, millennial and Gen-Z women are agreeing with Busy.