The photo-sharing site temporarily disabled her account for photos it said "violated community guidelines."
It's exactly what it sounds like.
"I thought, 'What would be the worst thing to have on your dress?'"
In a world where women continue to allow themselves to be taken in by bullshit ageist messaging, a single gray pube doesn't necessarily worry me from a desirability standpoint, although it bums me out. For me, a gray pube means time is passing, and it's not the pube I'm afraid of.
I'm of an age when most people came into adulthood with as much hair (pubic and otherwise) as they could muster. Therefore I can attest to the hairless trend not being in fashion during the 60s and 70s. By the 90s, though, the hair-free look was popular.
If you're going to shave down there, watch this first.
If only L'Oreal knew the insecurities that lie below our belts. A whole range of products could eliminate the six signs of genital aging. Visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. A big plus on hairless testicles, I would have thought.
One month before I went to a nude beach for the first time at 59, I started dreaming up ways to camouflage my private parts, scars, pale skin, and stretch marks. It had been awhile since I'd needed to worry about beach-body stress.
The Style section of the Times ran a piece on "Woman Who Dye Their (Armpit) Hair," (NYT, 7/14/15) The piece began with a priceless quote from 17 year old Destiny Moreno of Seattle who dyed her armpit hair Voodoo Blue courtesy of Manic Panic.