Esta joven lleva un año sin depilarse para denunciar la presión social que sufren las mujeres

Mikenas lleva un año sin depilarse y muestra su estado físico en las redes con la intención de normalizar la imagen del vello femenino. En la fotografía muestra el cambio, que no ha dejado a nadie indiferente y ha provocado más de 3.000 reacciones

Lleva un año sin depilarse para luchar contra la presión social
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La joven ha decidido lanzar su mensaje a través de Youtube, pidiendo que se deje de someter a las mujeres a un estigma social que las presiona a estar constantemente pendientes de eliminar su vello corporal, para así parecer femeninas. Asegura que lo importante es hacer "lo que os haga sentir más cómodos".


La joven decidió dejar de depilarse con el fin de reivindicar la normalidad del vello femenino, mostrando el pelo de todo su cuerpo con total naturalidad.

Asegura que se siente una nueva persona "tanto por fuera como por dentro" y que a día de hoy se encuentra "más orgullosa de sí misma".

Entre las personas que se pararon a comentar, había reacciones de todo tipo. Desde las personas que les parecía "sexy" que mostrara el vello de sus piernas con total naturalidad, hasta aquellos que la tachaban de "parecer un hombre" porque las mujeres "deben estar cuidadosamente depiladas".

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You don't realize how far you've come until you look back at where it all started. The picture on the left was 2 years ago before I started getting into bodybuilding.. I was unhappy with many aspects of my life, mentally and physically.. I decided it was time for change... and never looked back. The picture on the right is me currently.. the same bikini, but happier/healthier/hairier me:) I am a completely new person inside and out, and I could not be more proud of myself.☺😌 Gaining muscle takes time, discipline, dedication, patience, and most of all consistency. Your are not going to see instant results and it's not going to happen overnight.. It is a long process.. BUT if you keep with it you can achieve anything you set your mind to!💗😎#fitness #fitnessjourney #namaste #spreadlove #change #abs #dedication #challenge #healthylifestyle #healthy #happy #consistency #bodypositive #goals #positivity #inspiration #bethechange #calisthenics #hairywomen #fitnessmotivation #getfit #loveyourself #transformation #bodybuilding #inspireothers #dreambig #fuzzy #bodyhairdontcare

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There are lots of things that society tells us we should and shouldn't do with regards to our aesthetics, our lifestyles, relationships, and more. Why do we persist in allowing society to define us? What is the huge problem with being different? I don't shave my legs, and I will never have the urge to do it ever again. Not shaving my body hair has improved my confidence and helped me break free from expectations that society has of me and other women. Not shaving is a lifestyle in itself. Because society tells us that our body hair is disgusting, I get negative comments everywhere I go, people stare, and try and bring me down. That is the reality we live in. And stuff like that shouldn't even be relevant. I am very comfortable within myself and that's what it is about. Any negative way a person reacts to you is just a direct reflection of THEIR OWN insecurities, IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOU. All I am trying to get at is whatever you are doing, make sure it is for yourself and your happiness. Don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone, honestly it's scary at first, but the more you do things you would not usually do, you are creating the better person you want to be. Don't let society define who you are. ☺️👍🏼💜🌍🤘🏼Tag a friend you think could learn from my words and body hair #love #inspiration #bethechange #life #spreadlove #selflove #encouragment #change #changetheworld #empowerment #different #fitness #feminism #trainhard #health #bodyhairdontcare #positivity #positivevibesonly #womenempowerment #befree #loveyourself #onelove #freemind #peaceandlove #healing #findtheothers #reality #comfortable #society #model

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