Enero peludo: La campaña que invita a las mujeres a NO DEPILARSE

La Kalle. Campaña para que las mujeres no se depilen / Foto: Instagram

El objetivo de 'januhairy' es tratar el vello femenino como algo normal y natural.

Por: Redacción digital La Kalle

‘Januhairy’ (juego de palabras en inglés entre ‘enero’ y ‘peludo’) es la campaña que pretende arrasar en 2019, ya que pretende que las mujeres dejen de depilarse algunas zonas de su cuerpo como axilas, piernas y bikini en el primer mes del año y, por qué no los otros 11 meses también.



El movimiento se volvió sensación en Instagram con fotografías de mujeres de todo el mundo en las que exhiben con orgullo su cuerpo velludo.

El tema incluso lo han tocado famosas como Madonna, Julia Roberts, Miley Cyrus, Penélope Cruz, Britney Spears, entre muchas otras que han mostrado en sus redes sociales que no siempre se rasuran.



: @youngheartxoldsoul - “Hair under an arm of a woman - a very big and difficult subject. But why? Isn't it normal to have hair on our bodies? Isn't everyone allowed to make the desicion to not shave their hair? Who told us that hair isn't okay? Why is somethimg so natural seen as wrong in our society? Whoever made us, created us with hair and our hair did always protect us, it never did us wrong. I am honest to y'all, I always shaved my hair and it was very difficult for me to let it grow for 3 weeks. But I wanted to let it grow to show you that it is okay, this doesn't mean you should too - please keep that in mind. I was relieved when I could shave my hair 10 minutes ago after taking the photo and I was feeling myself again. I will definitly still shave my armpits in the future. But I don't think it was disgusting, I wasn't sweating more than before and I wasn't smelling more after doing something intense. I will accept it more from now on if a woman makes or already made the desicion to let her hair grow. Everyone should do it how they prefer it and we should accept it and support the desicion others make.” 

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Good morning everyone! This is the fabulous @themamabelle who shared her story with us... “So if you know me then you know that I choose not to shave my pits. Lots of people ask me why so I figured since there’s this #januhairy thing happening on social media why not talk about it?! I think I stopped shaving my pits mid 2016 after coming across @ripsnorter on ig. She was beautiful and just so happened to not shave either and that’s when I realized who fucking cares about hair. I’m half Lebanese, hairy by nature. When i shave my hair grows back within minutes, it’s truly pointless and a waste of shower time for me considering how much hair I have to groom solely on my head. So i stopped. Eventually i stopped shaving all together because it simply did not benefit me anymore. Fastforward 3 years and i haven’t bought a single use razor since then. Sometimes I’ll shave because I feel like it and that’s the point. It should be a choice! Not a beauty standard. Sure there’s tons of criticism but it has benefited me in so many ways. No more ingrowns or razor bumps, I don’t sweat as much, I used to always have sweat circles on my sleeves, contrary to popular belief my pits don’t stink and I rarely use deodorant now because of that, and i have much more time in the shower now that I’m not incessantly worrying about removing every last strand of hair on my body. Oh and it’s also helped me weed out shallow potential mates in this freaky dating world because I don’t want to be with someone who’s not comfortable with my body choices. The point is, do whatever you want because it’s your body. Someone is always going to have something negative to say so you may as well do whatever is going to benefit you. Happy Januhairy! I challenge you to put down the razor next time you’re feeling called!” -To share your #januhairy story, send us a DM or email us at [email protected]!

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"There is nothing more rare, nor more beautiful, than a woman being unapologetically herself; comfortable in her perfect imperfection. To me, that is the true essence of beauty."Steve Maraboli  @i_am_morgie“…Imagine if everyone just decided that today was the day they loved themselves and embraced every part of them selves. Accepting and loving your body and your "flaws" because you know they are what makes you who you are. If you are focused on being true to yourself in every moment, you are less concerned what others think, which will lead to peace of mind. When you have nothing to hide and you can freely be yourself, there is a profound peace/confidence you will emanate to the world that will inspire others.” All the girls joining in januhairy are shaving off their body hair on New Year’s Eve (Monday 31st) ready to kick start the new year with a new challenge! We have many women who have signed up for this charity project so far, from the age range of 16-60!  Sign up and join in while you can! #3daysleft #januhairy #thenaturalrevolution #bodyhairmovement #bodypositive #spreadlove #behappy #namaste#hairywomen #healing #healthylifestyle #selfcare #loveyourself #beyourself #bethechange #divine #inspireothers #inspirationalquotes #positivity #goodvibesonly #lifeisbeautiful #hairy #gratitude #weareone #higherconsciousness #freespirit #empowerment #smile #feelgood #bodygossip

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La inicitativa fue creada por Laura Jackson, una joven de 21 años en el Reino Unido con el fin de que las mujeres traten este tema deje de ser un tabú en la sociedad.



El perfil de Instagram ya cuenta con más de 10 mil seguidores.

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